Jolla has just brought some good news to brave testers of its Sailfish mobile operating system. Starting today, those who have access to a Nexus 4 smartphone can install an alpha-quality preview of Sailfish OS for Android.
Keen eyes have spotted the Xperia T2 Ultra, with the model number D5316, making its way through the FCC. It seems that Sony will be bringing this mid-tier phablet to the US after all and it will be arriving via T-Mobile.
Paving the way for an impending launch, AT&T has released the hardware information for the ASUS PadFone X to whet users' appetites. Since the rather impressive specs match everything we already know about the device, all we really need now is the actual availability date and price.
The new HTC One (M8) may have just been announced, but developers and tinkerers may soon already be able to get their hands on one in just a few weeks. HTC has now put up the ordering page for the developer edition of its 2014 flagship.
Those who have been eagerly waiting to get their hands on OPPO's later masterpiece need not wait much longer. Starting early next month, the Chinese manufacturer will be opening up pre-orders and will even be throwing in special promotions during the pre-sale period.
LG has just announced the schedule of availability of its mini flagship, the G2 mini. Offered not only in different colors but also in different hardware configurations, the G2 mini will begin its commercial launch in selected regions of Europe, Latin America, and Southeast Asia starting at the end of March.
Sony has just updated the support page for the Xperia M to indicate the release of its Android 4.3 firmware update. While it may not be the latest Android 4.4, considering that the device started life with Android 4.1, it is still a substantial improvement.
The HTC One (M8) was announced yesterday. Along with the handset announcement came plenty of details in terms of a US release. Except while we saw some details for Verizon Wireless, AT&T and Sprint -- we were missing many of the specifics for T-Mobile. Well, it seems the price and release date has since been confirmed by the carrier.
A Google Play edition (GPe) HTC One (M8) arrived yesterday. That particular handset entered the Play Store shortly after the official announcement and currently sits with a price point of $699. Well, while the HTC One (2013) is no longer able to be called the latest or greatest in terms of the One family of devices -- it remains a solid offering.
As we often see following major device announcements, the iFixit crew comes in with a teardown. Having said that, the latest has been shared, and yes, this one is giving everyone a look at the insides of the newly announced HTC One (M8). Or maybe more accurate for the overall picture here, the iFixit crew is offering a look at how to properly take the HTC One (M8) apart.