Chinese OEM star Xiaomi is indeed making its way to the US, but before you get your hopes up, we will let VP for International Business Hugo Barra dash them. In a press event at San Francisco, the former Google exec revealed some
US residents may very well be getting a taste of the Chinese OEM Xiaomi’s brand of smartphones as it looks like they might be entering the market by 2015. Sources say they will be appearing at the Consumer Electronic Show
ZTE is bringing yet another of its rare smartphones to the US, this time offering it without any carrier support or subsidy. The nubia 5S mini’s 13 megapixel camera and focus on digital photography features, however, might
Months after Sony announced its newest smartphone and months after it went on sale in other regions, the Xperia Z2 is finally available in the US market. However, it is still currently available only off contract through the Sony
We won’t say better late than never, because in this case it’s about high time! Sony has finally released the Xperia Z1 Compact in the US, making the mini flagship available unlocked but only through its online store.
For reasons that baffled users for almost two years, VLC for Android was available on the Google Play Store for everyone except North American residents. But finally, if you live in the United States and Canada, you can now join
If you’ve been pretty excited to get your hands on Samsung‘s latest tablet star, you need not wait much longer. The manufacturer has just dropped the good news that the Samsung Galaxy Tab S, both in its 8.4-inch and
Starting May 15, all four major US carriers will be implementing the new Text-to-911 program. This new way of asking for assistance via SMS aims to address situations where it would be difficult to use the usual 911 voice call.
It seems that Sony‘s loyal fans will have something to beat the heat this summer. The manufacturer has confirmed that the Sony Xperia Z2 is scheduled to set the country ablaze during that season, though exactly when and
Confirming observations made by journalists, Russian minister Nikolai Nikiforov said that Russian government officials have swapped their iPads for Samsung‘s tablets not so long ago. This was supposedly prompted by fears of