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Kyocera Hydro WAVE is their newest waterproof 4G LTE smartphone

If you’re the type of person who would constantly drop their smartphone, or even worse, drop it on a wet surface, then you probably stay away from expensive devices, unless you’re rich enough to be constantly changing your phone. Kyocera is a brand that has been producing devices for those who need a more rough and tumble smartphone, and the latest one they’re releasing, the Hydro WAVE, brings you features you’ve come to appreciate from their sturdy gadgets, at an affordable price.

Microsoft sues Kyocera for patent infringement

Lawsuits within the tech industry is not an uncommon thing, and the past few years we've seen legal battles among and between such big companies like Google, Apple, Samsung, etc. The latest one to join the circus is Microsoft, no stranger to this lawsuit issue of course, and this time, they're going after Japanese OEM Kyocera. They claim that the smartphone maker has infringed on some of their patents and is seeking financial damages but at the same time, hoping to find an amicable solution to the issue.

Kyocera to unveil solar charging phone at MWC 2015

As we all get excited for what should be a very exciting Mobile World Congress 2015 in Barcelona, most people will be looking to the big manufacturers and seeing what new and amazing things they have brought as their flagship devices. At the other end of the spectrum though, Kyocera will be reminding us that the MWC is also about the smaller technologies that have the potential for changing the way we live and work with our mobile devices. To that, Kyocera will be bringing a solar-powered mobile device to the floor.

Kyocera intros tough DuraScout E6782 smartphone

While most Android fans are clamoring to get a taste of Android 5.0 Lollipop on their phones or tablets, there are still people who would be content to simply have new Android KitKat phones. Kyocera didn't even have to wait for next week to show off the new Kyocera DuraScout E6782 at the Mobile World Congress. The company has just announced the phone with specs are good enough for an affordable unit if you want the basic smartphone functions.

Get your wallets ready: AT&T’s November 7 madness sale

It isn't Black Friday yet but it might as well be, at least for AT&T's subscribers. The carrier announced this week a number of devices, both Android and Android-friendly ones, that will all land on November 7. So if you're in the market for a smartphone or a smartwatch, whether for yourself or for your kid, then better get your cash or credit cards ready, because this one will be a doozy.

Kyocera DuraForce lands on AT&T for some tough love

Continuing its barrage of Android-related announcements, AT&T is outing the first rugged Kyocera device to land on its shelves. The Kyocera DuraForce, like many of its brethren, is gifted with a handful of features that make it usable under the most extreme conditions. Unfortunately, that sometimes also translates to somewhat mid-range specs as well.

Kyocera Proteus is another flexible smartphone

There seems to be a distinct movement towards flexible mobile devices at this point, which could mean that companies not earning from the smartphone market are looking for expansion niches and groundbreaking technology to get to that “next big thing”. The Kyocera Proteus concept phone – a flexible, rollable, wearable smartphone.

Kyocera Brigadier videos show how crazy tough it is

The cat is out of the bag and Kyocera indeed has in its repository the world's first non-luxury wallet-friendly sapphire glass toting smartphone. And just to show what it means when it says "tough", Kyocera has pushed two new YouTube videos that summarize the Brigadier's key rugged features as well as demonstrate the excruciatingly painful things you can do to this smartphone.

Kyocera builds water, shockproof Hydro Life for T-Mobile

So the idea for building a sturdier, more robust phone for those with active lifestyles is not a new one – we’ve already seen Samsung and Nokia do it. T-Mobile is willing to put out another sturdy phone into the market, with Japanese electronics giants Kyocera building the Hydro Life smartphone which is set to launch by August 8.
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