Mobile

Samsung Mobile CEO not losing his job

Is Samsung going down? No, not yet. The South Korean giant is just going through a downtime with worst earnings and performance in three years. Its Mobile Communications Business for Samsung Electronics president, J.K. Shin, is still staying despite the rumors that the board would be dropping him because of the bad numbers.

Tonino Lamborghini 88 Tauri DSDA smartphone unveiled

Lamborghini is one of the most exotic of the Italian supercar makers and it has lent its name to products like computers and other devices in the past that have nothing to do with cars. Lamborghini is set to lend its name to another product outside the automotive world and this time is a very interesting smartphone called the Tonino Lamborghini 88 Tauri.

Samsung 5G service hits 7.5 Gbps in testing

Samsung has announced that it has achieved a major milestone in its testing of future tech for 5G mobile phone service. In testing, the new 5G mobile data service has achieved speeds of over 7.5 Gbps. That speed is over 30 times faster than current generation 4G LTE service. Samsung achieved record setting speed in moving tests with an uninterrupted 1.2Gbps over a 5G connection while traveling in a vehicle at 100m/h.

1Password for Android update: freemium model, new features

Now that the official free trial period for 1Password for Android is over, it’s now time for the password manager to unveil version 4.1. It has now rolled-out the new features that they announced a few weeks ago, plus a freemium model that lets you use the app for free for a limited number of features. They’re also offering a sale price for the Android app, since most of its other platforms are on sale as well.

1Password to release new update, extends free trial

If you’re still not on board the 1Password bandwagon, you’re being given more time to explore the popular password manager for free, as they are extending the free trial until August 18. Developer Agile Bits will also releasing version 4.1 soon, which will add even more features to the first one launched just six weeks ago on the Android platform.

Canon brings mobile printing to Android and HP Slate devices

The days of printing from the desktop or laptop are getting more obsolete, as more and more people are using mobile phones and tablets to access and edit their documents and pictures. Canon Print Service is a mobile printing solution that will let users print directly and wirelessly from their Android gadgets, as well as several HP Slate devices, to selected printer models.

Facebook improved its Android app for emerging mobile markets

If you live in a country that has lightning-fast Internet connection, Facebook on mobile should have no major issues. But for those who are in developing mobile markets, like countries in Africa, then connection speed is a major deterrent towards experiencing the Facebook Android app in all its glory. This is something the Facebook developers themselves experienced in a recent trip to the region to further understand how they can bring faster connectivity to the “next five billion.”

OnePlus raffles off invites to purchase the One

The marketing team behind new tech company OnePlus really know how to drum up attention for a product that is not even officially out in the market yet. This week, they are digitally raffling off not the product itself, but 2,500 invites to purchase the One ahead of everyone else. But there will also be that one lucky winner who will get to take home probably the most anticipated mobile phone in a long time.

1Password now available for Android, free until August

Android users who keep forgetting their passwords or are fanatical about securing them need not be envious of iOS and OS X users anymore. 1Password, that password manager iPhone and Mac users keep talking about has finally arrived on Android. The best thing about it? It’s free, well, until August anyway.
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