Humour us for just a moment as we bring you slightly reiterate what we already know about the Samsung Galaxy S IV, though with screenshots this time. Leaked photos of what looks to be the Korean giant’s upcoming flagship phone shows off a new TouchWIZ colour scheme, grey and blue, along with some interesting hardware
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Google Play is celebrating its first anniversary, and as with any happy occasion the company is bestowing gifts upon its guests. While the selection will expand throughout the week, the initial crop of offers is a little…underwhelming. Some highlights include: – Hotels.com is offering 10% off a booking – Fancy is offering $15 off a
Google Chrome beta for Android has been updated to version 26.0.1410.26, and has brought some interesting new features with it. Most notably, users can now sync passwords and autofill data between desktop clients running the same version of Chrome. If you use the browser to store passwords (which we don’t necessarily recommend), fields should start
In what looks to be a fortunate misfortune, screenshots that were thought to be from the Galaxy S IV but aren’t have inadvertently confirmed certain features of the upcoming device anyway. Screenshots from a leaked Galaxy S III ROM show off several rumoured features, one of which was reported by the New York Times this
Bell, Virgin, Fido and TELUS also discounting iPhone 5 16GB and 32GB, TELUS drops 64GB version to $199
In a strategic response to Rogers, Bell will be discounting the iPhone 5 16GB and 32GB to $99.95 and $199.95 respectively on a three-year term. TELUS has also discounted the iPhone 5 16GB to $99 and in a cutthroat move has put the 32GB version on sale for $149 and the 64GB version for $199.
The day after I accepted delivery of a shiny new 16GB Nexus 4, it was knocked off a table and severely dented on one side. It lived to see another day, but the second I picked it up I knew my next step would be to investigate the rather small Nexus 4 case market. Unlike
According to HTC representatives, the One will be the company’s only flagship release this year, in contrast to previous years when the company brought out multiple high-end devices. The idea is simple: focus on marketing a single product to millions of potential customers across hundreds of carriers. The less HTC dilutes the top of the
We love us some Humble Bundle around these parts, and today’s introduction of the fifth edition is no less exciting than the previous four. Pay-what-you-want, DRM-free games that work on Windows, OS X, Linux and Android are always a good thing, and this time around we have three previously-unreleased Android games and a couple bonus
Another month, another Android version breakdown. As of March 4th, 16.5% of devices that connected to Google Play were running Android 4.1 or Android 4.2 — 14.9% the former, 1.6% the latter. Ice Cream Sandwich comprised 28.6%, down slightly from the previous month. That decrease is due to a 2.9% surge in Jelly Bean
Google has released its first update to Maps for iOS, bringing some features over from Android and the web. Users can now sync up previously-searched locations based on contact information, so if you have an address saved under Mom, searching by name will point you to the place on the map. Similarly, Google has introduced