Galaxy Nexus. This year? Their choice of a new Nexus 5, or Nexus 7.
Author: Nate Swanner
wireless charging could end up being the new normal.
SlashGear has a hands-on review of the LG G Flex, and it might strike you as interesting. More than a pretty, curved face, the G Flex offers a touch of class and style to a fresh form factor that keeps us guessing — but happy.
a lot more of the technology in smartphones. They expect Samsung to launch one or two, and their CEO thinks we’ll see seven or eight companies use the tech next year.
voice searches. It will also read the results back in those languages, should the device be set to those settings.
T-Mobile might be positioning themselves to purchase that spectrum — said to be worth about $4 billion — but they may have company.
bill has passed the House of Representatives today making it much more difficult for patent trolls to get away with filing frivolous suits. The Innovation Act, introduced by Bob Goodlatte (R-VA), is aimed at dissuading frivolous lawsuits being filed by penalizing those who attempt vague, often misleading patent suits. The bill passed by a vote of 325 to 91.
Android is still king of the mobile landscape. Analytics firm comScore has released their monthly report on smartphone market share, and it shows Google’s operating system is still on top. Second is Apple and their iOS, while Blackberry — in a downward spiral — continues to embarrass Microsoft by holding firm at number three, even with a significant loss in users.