It seems another series of Nexus 5 images have surfaced, though, this time around the images appear to be of some dummy units. This latest round includes four five images (and growing) in total and while it is hard to say 100%
Intel may be exiting the TV game, according to a report form All Things D, Intel may be turning over their web-based TV service to none other than Verizon. Sources “familiar with the talks” describe both companies as being in
Coming ahead of the holiday shopping season, AT&T has launched two special offers. The first of these special offers deals with the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 tablet. Specifically, the potential of grabbing the tablet for free.
Security, shell corporations, and tarps. Google has shrouded their San Francisco barge in mystery, and it’s only making the curiosity worse. Now there is news of a second barge, this time on the other side of the country in
ZTE has announced the latest Blade branded handsets. Or in this case, the ZTE Blade Q lineup, which include three different models. There is the Blade Q Mini, Blade Q and Blade Q Maxi which will be arriving with a 4-inch,
In a world where we crave the quick read, Amazon is going another way. With their new weekly reader Day One, Amazon intends to showcase short stories and poems. The “publication” is Kindle only, and has an introductory price
As Google Glass tries to wedge itself firmly into our daily lives — and we look for a reason to have it there — news of a California woman receiving a ticket while driving with the headset is less than favorable.
Despite the rumors from earlier in the week, this latest Pandora app update did not add Chromecast support. We suspect some may be disappointed about that, however this update did bring something that was long overdue —
Earlier this morning it was an unboxing image out of Ireland and now it looks like we have a Nexus 5 sighting coming out of Taiwan. This latest doesn’t appear to be a final model, but instead an earlier prototype model.
A recent International Data Corporation (IDC) report showed Q3 2013 to be a record breaking quarter in terms of smartphone shipments. In fact, the year-over-year showed a 38.8 percent growth. And as we have been seeing with these