Although much of the Nexus buzz currently centers around predicting the LG Nexus 4 successor, we should also remember that the Nexus 10 is also due for a refresh. While Samsung was once thought as a shoo-in for the title, it's possible that Google may have given the task to Asus.
But until then, let's take a little break from Apple, and round up a few other rumors that've been making the rounds the last couple weeks: Samsung might release a Galaxy Gear 2 smartwatch … Read more
The drama -- or some might argue, the lack thereof -- is over. The iPhone 5S and 5C have officially arrived, which means it's once again time to look ahead to the next iPhone.
I know. Some of you may be getting bored of this game. But for others, it's still fun to play.Will it be called the iPhone 6? There's a good chance it will be, though sometimes Apple likes to shake things up a bit, as we've seen with the 5C and the naming of its iPads.
But whatever it is called, I … Read more
The picture gets somewhat clearer for the rumored Nexus 5 smartphone as newly discovered FCC documents provide a glimpse at a fully assembled device that could very well be the next Nexus. These echo earlier findings about the LG Nexus 4 successor.
First spotted by PhoneScoop, the FCC filing shows a variant of Verizon's LG G2 smartphone. Just as the Nexus 4 was a modified version of the LG Optimus G, so appears to be the case for the LG G2 and the so-called Nexus 5.
The photos make the phone appear to be covered in a black material … Read more
Don't look now, but we might soon have the fifth generation of Motorola's sliding QWERTY Droid smartphone. The first rumored images and specifications tied to the Motorola Droid 5 have emerged, suggesting that Verizon could soon announce the next-gen sliding QWERTY model.
If the photos are to be believed, Verizon and Motorola don't look to change things up too much when it comes to design. Indeed, the phone looks like it could reiterate last year's five-row sliding keyboard in the Droid 4.
Reportedly, the Droid 5 will feature a 4.3-inch 720p HD display and a … Read more
Yesterday's iPhone event revealed nothing about new iPads, but if a new video is to be believed, there's an iPad Mini 2 waiting in Apple's wings -- and its feature set is definitely open to interpretation.
Unbox Therapy, which recently showed a very convincing-looking iPad 5 shell, claims to have the back plate that will house the iPad Mini 2. Like the white first-gen Mini, it sports an aluminum finish, but this time with a mirrored Apple logo -- same as the rumored iPad 5. Take a look:
The key takeaway, of course, is that the iPad … Read more
Sprint may be the sole US carrier to support the unannounced HTC One Max, reports often correct source @evleaks.
Once known by its "T6" code name, the so-called HTC One Max is rumored to arrive in the coming weeks. Specifications are reported to include a quad-core 2.3GHz processor, a 5.9-inch 1080p HD display, an UltraPixel camera, 16GB internal storage, and 2GB RAM.
This was a big week in tech, and we've got the video to prove it.
IFA 2013 in Berlin kicked off to a roaring start with tons of announcements and reveals, including the hotly anticipated Samsung Galaxy Gear, an Android-powered smartwatch that partners with your phone. We also saw a 55-inch OLED TV from LG that actually comes with a paint-style frame to mount on your wall. Can a TV really be a work of art? To get the full highlights, you'll want to check out our must-see videos from IFA.
On the other side of the world, … Read more
Unnamed sources told the pair that Amazon is considering the offer for "its long-planned smartphone." While it has talked to wireless companies about selling the phones through the carriers' channels, Amazon will probably sell the phone on its site. The company doesn't want to make people sign up for a wireless plan contract for the free phone, a requirement wireless companies typically use to encourage customers to renew their contracts … Read more
The next generation of Nexus smartphone may have just been spotted loitering the virtual halls of the FCC.
Details found in the federal database show a 4.96-inch display and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor. Digging deeper, the D820 is found to be running a version of software called "aosp_hammerhead-userdebugKyeLimePieFACTORYeng.sangjoon84.lee.20130618.015154 [sic]."
Spelling error aside, the fact that it shows Key Lime Pie indicates … Read more