IFA

Samsung offers full-length Unpacked video and Note 4 teasers

If you are a fan of Samsung hardware, you may have wished you could have been on hand at Samsung Unpacked to see all of the new products unveiled first hand. If you couldn't be there, but want to see everything that went on Samsung has now published the full-length video of Unpacked to its YouTube page.

CAT Phones outs the S50 for the rugged smartphone market

Caterpillar is synonymous to the construction industry – the world of power vehicles, heavy industrial tools, and heavy work boots (which at some point in time most people wanted a pair of). CAT Phones, a subsidiary of Caterpillar, has been outing rugged smartphones over the years, and this year, at the IFA 2014 in Berlin, it has announced a new rugged smartphone – the Cat S50.

Panasonic launches Toughpad rugged Android device at IFA

The IFA 2014 tradeshow in Berlin is not just for stylish devices like the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 or the new Sony Xperia Z3Panasonic tries to break the mold by announcing the Toughpad FZ-X1 rugged Android handset (FZ-E1 for the Windows 8.1 model). With a name that sounds more like an artisan tool than a phone, Panasonic seemingly went for all out rugged protection with this new industry-ready device.

Alcatel’s OneTouch Hero 8 is a slim octa-core 8-inch tablet

You may have noticed it, but it just needs saying that going “octa-core” (8 processor cores, for the uninitiated) seems to be the trend at the ongoing IFA 2014 in Berlin. A lot of manufacturers are outing new devices with octa-core processors and Alcatel is one of those with the OneTouch Hero 8 – a stylish new tablet with power to spare.

Alcatel gives affordable LTE connectivity with POP2 smartphones

Alcatel’s POP devices have been one the manufacturer’s most accessible products since its 2013 refresh – offering budget-friendly devices with respectable specs. At IFA 2014, it looks like we’re getting another refresh with Alcatel announcing the POP 2 series of phones – and from the looks of it, they’re going to be competitive with the other phones in their market.

The new Moto X builds on an already successful device

Specs for the new Moto X, back then called X+1 or even X2, have already been leaked and some of them even came true. But it is only when you get the bigger picture that you are able to see how all of those fall into place. Now that we've got our eyes and hands on with the new flagship, we can safely say that Motorola has another winner in the making.

The new Moto G: bigger, faster, still pure Android

Motorola has come out with the successor to its budget flagship, simply called the new Moto G. While it isn't surprising that it doesn't have all the bells, whistles, and mouth-watering features of the new Moto X, this new and improved Moto G can still stand proud, doing what it does best: offering a solid pure Android experience with a price tag that won't make your wallet, and your heart, bleed.
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