Samsung Galaxy S6 scored highest in processor benchmark

Samsung's latest flagship smartphones, the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge, use the South Korean giant's very own Exynos SoC with the latest 14 nm manufacturing process technology. You won't find any Snapdragon model now because Samsung decided to utilize its own Exynos division on its latest phones unveiled at MWC 2015 earlier this week.

Sony Smart Bluetooth Speaker: voice commands, calls, alarm

If you've always wished to have a speaker that would act like a tiny robot and obey your every command, it seems that kind of technology is not too far away! While it still can't wash your dishes or clean your room, the Sony Smart Bluetooth Speaker BSP60 might just be the next best thing. With a simple command of "Ok Speaker", the egg-like device can do a whole lot of things for you.

OnePlus to be available in all European Union countries

If you've been a fan of OnePlus and their unique way of marketing their smartphones (by invite only), then it must have been a tad frustrating if you wanted to try it out but you didn't live in a country where it was available. But now, if you live in a European Union country (other than the major ones), your luck is about to change as the Chinese OEM announced they will be expanding their reach to include 16 more countries in Europe.

LG G4 to be “radically different”, might be the last G

Although LG didn't come to MWC 2015 with a bang as some might hoped, it isn't letting the event pass without getting in a word or two. And while it didn't reveal the LG G4 just yet, it might have dropped a few teasers that will make almost anyone curious about the Korean OEM's plnas for its future flagships. Naturally, it is taking a few cues from its industry rivals, but quite interesting is the hints that LG might be moving on to a different kind of flagship afterwards.

Samsung releases official hands-on videos for Galaxy S6 and S6 edge

Usually, OEMs rely on tech websites and blogs to post hands-on articles and videos when they release their new products. But Samsung is going an unusual route by posting several hands-on videos on their YouTube channel to show off their spanking new Galaxy S6 and S6 edge, specifically the smartphones' design, hardware and camera. Their aim is obviously to excite the public about the great new features and look of their newest flagship devices.

Acer now to “ship” Swype virtual keyboard to selected devices

If you have an Acer smartphone, specifically some of the newer ones, and if you're tired or bored of using the built-in keyboard, your OEM has great news for you. They have just signed a partnership with app developer Nuance and this means that virtual keyboard Swype will be heading to your smartphone pretty soon. It will take you a bit of time to learn its continuous touch keyboard, but once you've gotten the hang of it, normal keyboads will soon lose its appeal for you.

Google update spree: Play Store, Hangouts, Drive

MWC 2015 isn't enough to keep Google from doing its weekly update duties and this week, we're getting a taste of quite a few big ones. And now, this time it isn't just about Material Design, but the changes do improve on the overall user experience as well as the user interface of some apps. Play Store gets a new and better landscape layout, Hangouts gets a new contact card format, and Drive adds drag and drop organization on mobile.

YU coming out with 2nd smartphone dubbed “Project Caesar”

While the Yureka may have not rocked the digital world, it was a relative success on its own. YU Televentures, the separate company by Micromax which was behind the smartphone, is apparently working on their next entry into the market. This time around, they will again be working with custom ROM maker Cyanogen, and are looking to have this out in the Indian market by next month.
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