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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.

Prezi presentation app now available for Android

If you're one of those people that think PowerPoint and Keynote are so year 2000, then you've probably have been enjoying making your work or school presentations on this thing called Prezi. This platform has been around for some years now, but they have only now released their app for Android devices, as it has been one of the most requested products for the developers from their audience. And now it is here, giving you the ability to carry your Prezis wherever you go.

IDC says Android dominated the market in 2014

The newest IDC numbers are in, and they show that the mobile world has been swept up by Android and iOS, with the former of those two being able to boast as last year's mobile platform victor. Both Android and iOS have nearly consumed the entire digital world, claiming a place on 96.3-percent of the world's smartphones (Windows Phone takes up most of the remaining percentage). Android was clearly the champ among them all, with over a billion units shipped over the course of the year and the majority of the market share.

LG G Flex2 rolls out to the rest of the world

LG is making a big fuss over MWC 2015 but that doesn't mean it's taking things sitting down. Instead of trying to play tug of war over the spotlight, the Korean manufacturer is doing all its announcements before the event. It has just recently unveiled a new set of mid-range smartphones and now it is announcing that its hottest new product, the LG G Flex2, will be available this week in more places around the world, with more to come after MWC 2015 is done.

HTC One M9 detailed in big video leaks

The HTC One M9 will be made official in the near future, but at the rate the leaks are happening, not much will be a surprise once it comes. Over the weekend, a German retailer ended up leaking several renders of the phone, and now three videos have surfaced, all of them showing off the smartphone in extensive detail, including text boxes pointing out key elements of the phone. We've got all three videos in their entirety, as well as the pertinent details, after the jump!

Android One devices in India to get Lollipop

Android One devices are the line of smartphones that Google has produced that are aimed at developing nations where buyers often can’t spend the hundreds of dollars that people in developed nations throw at mobile devices. Google's Android One initiative has met with mixed success so far.

This tiny charger will give extra juice within 60 seconds

What do people want in their smartphones? Longer battery life. You don’t need surveys to know that people who always carry their phones  wish for an improved battery that can last at least the whole day on a single charge. Sure, people want a more vivid display, more responsive touchscreen, larger display, clearer camera, a slimmer and more robust form but the ultimate need according to a recent survey is longer battery life.

CM12S arriving for OnePlus One in March, maybe OxygenOS too

Carl Pei, co-founder of China-based phone manufacturer OnePlus, let it be known through Twitter today that CM12S – that is, the Lollipop version of Cyanogen’s proprietary software for the OnePlus One – may be arriving mid to late March. And with a view to the quite public separation of Cyanogen and OnePlus, he also said that OxygenOS – the company’s self-developed version of Android – may arrive within the same timeline.
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