T-Mobile will soon be in for a change. It looks like those plans will be going away beginning next month. T-Mobile has yet to confirm exactly when these switches would take place, or how long it would take them to transition all users, however a letter shared on Howard Forums points towards this happening in November.
One max, the phablet version of its One flagship and a direct challenge to Samsung's Galaxy Note 3. A 5.9-inch screen makes for a sizable device, and HTC has used the extra space to fit in fingerprint biometrics, too, not to mention a much larger battery. So, is the One max the HTC to have?
Gear, and Apple dragging their feet on the smartwatch they’re said to have in development, the time is right for a Google smartwatch. According to a new report, we may be getting one soon.
TrueSmart updates since the Kickstarter came to an end, however judging from this latest video, it looks like they have been making some progress. We know the watch will be running a full version of Android. In this case Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, however we suspect some are concerned with how that may translate to the 1.54-inch 240 x 240 display.
earlier leak, it looks like HP has officially announced the Chromebook 11. This one is touted as being "made with Google" and "for everyone." Perhaps key here, as the name would imply, the Chromebook 11 is sporting an 11-inch display. Specifically, an 11.6-inch display with a 16:9 aspect ratio and resolution of 1366 x 768.
Google has released the XE10 update for their wearable. Adding a few key features -- such as transit information and the ability to see profile pics of contacts you’re conversing with -- Google is rolling the update out to explorers and pioneers right now.
ZTE recently announced the US availability of the Grand S and nubia 5 smartphones. These were announced alongside the partnership with the Houston Rockets. Both handsets are available for pre-order at this time and they will begin shipping in mid-October. But for now, courtesy of ZTE, we got to spend a bit of hands-on time with the Houston Rockets branded nubia 5.
“major industry announcement”, the number four US carrier has help delivering the message. At their event on October 9th in New York City, T-Mobile is bringing along Shakira to, well, shake things up a bit.
Samsung and Apple were in legal wranglings with one another? Yeah, we almost forgot, too. They’re still suing each other across the globe, but a recent revelation that Samsung executives may have been privy to the Apple-Nokia agreement is a big problem -- for both Apple and Samsung.
LG and Samsung are expected to come to a head once more as the two Korean display and device manufacturers race to put out a smartphone with a curved display. LG is now tipped to be ready for its own reveal this month, matching Samsung's own expected curved Galaxy Note 3 announcement.