Author Archives: Steve Neill


LG to have event in New York City on August 7th

My oh my, what interesting times we live in. LG, the Korean mobile phone division, has announced to the press that on August 7th they'll be having a press event. The most leery part of the message we received was... that they didn't mention what the event was for.

Aio Wireless integrating 4G LTE

4G LTE is getting harder and harder to miss. The irony is, that it's literally true. You see, it's not exactly breaking news that 4G LTE is slowly surpassing 3G as the mobile network of choice. So with that astonishing revelation (sarcasm) comes the even more astonishing revelation that more and more companies are getting into the 4G mix - and Aio is one of them.

HTC CEO Peter Chou sticking by brand

The latest, most breaking news out of HTC is at least somewhat consoling: Peter Chou, head CEO for the company will not be stepping down, no matter how turbulent or troubled the future may get. For Mr. Chou, it's been a personal investment since day one.

Sony Xperia ZL receives Android 4.2.2 Update

Europe gets a lot of nice things first that we don't. Whether it's interior design, Porsche's, or just the prettiest models this side of the Milky Way, it always seems to have the lead example. Unfortunately for us, yet again, the same can be said for the Android 4.2.2 update for the Sony Xperia ZL, as that's exactly where it's headed first.

Lenovo putting emphasis on the mobile industry

Lenovo, which has been working non-stop to popularize its laptop range (which currently takes up 80% of their total sales) is currently seeking other ways to broaden its financial horizons. The most popular idea for profit within the company has been a serious expansion and push into their mobile side. So that's exactly what they're going to begin doing, as of now.

LG Optimus G to now utilize Qualcomm Snapdragon 800

The times they are a changing, or so the saying goes. We've been hearing a lot about LG lately, and although the LG high end line of phones will no longer be referred to as "Optimus", the low end to medium range will be, and with that, the new G series is getting a brand new Snapdragon processor to go with it: The Qualcomm Snapdragon 800.

Canon Direct Print and Scan V2 available for Android

It's always nice when you can get out there, take some cool photos, and print them off on the go. Or that feeling when you need to scan in that quick piece of artwork, and bring it to the design studio to submit before to your boss before deadline, and you can do it in a jiffy. Unfortunately, PC owners tend to not get the good end of the stick on these quick tasks, so it's with a great emphasis on portability that Canon brings it to Android.

HTC One Mini headed to AT&T

With all the hype of the HTC One Mini, and its capability (being an absolute miniature of the One in almost every way outside of display size), AT&T seemingly couldn't wait to get their hands on it to start selling it up to consumers. The new device, expected in August, will be a great addition to a growing line of 4G LTE capable phones, that AT&T can most certainly utilize.

AT&T switches on the power to more 4G LTE

With Verizon showering greater continental USA with 4G LTE, it would only be common sense for its head competitor, AT&T, to begin doing the same. That's why the news of 5 more cities to receive 4G LTE from the global blue doesn't surprise us in the least, and why we're very excited for many more to come.
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