With so many interested parties digging for early information about the Samsung Galaxy S III, the successor to its immensely popular Galaxy S II Android handset, it's no surprise that multiple sources are claiming to strike gold with leaked images and specs.
Actor Mike Daisey's one-man show on his depiction of deplorable working conditions at Apple's iPhone factory took a sharp turn when Daisey's "facts" were revealed as partial fiction. It isn't just Daisey's shaky credibility that's on the line, nor the news outlets that publicized his work as first-hand source material--CNET included--but also the message he's worked so hard to drive home.
We also take a closer look at the benefits of unlimited data--or not--and check out one of the most intense workout accessories that does more than just play your music … Read more
Sprint is just days away from announcing its next Android smartphone, according to details picked up by SprintFeed.
According to the blog, the ZTE Fury is set to arrive on March 11 with a wallet-friendly $19.99 price tag and a two-year commitment. If you hear the price and expect low-end hardware then you'd be right; this ain't no superphone.
The specifications for the Fury include Android 2.3 Gingerbread, a 3.5-inch display, a 1GHz processor, and 512MB RAM. Featuring 4GB internal storage and a 5-megapixel camera, it's not exactly the worst choice for a starter … Read more
Hell's bells! Nokia is on the highway to hell with two prototype Windows Phones, code-named the AC/DC and the Prodigy.
Nokia's two rockin' Windows Phone devices are expected to go on tour later in the year when Windows Phone 8 arrives onstage.
The Prodigy is reported to be a high-end Windows Phone--perhaps capable of taking your brain to another dimension, so pay close attention. Whether it'll be an equal to the current headliner on the Nokia Lumia bill, the Nokia Lumia 900, or will be an even more powerful firestarter remains to be seen. Everybody in the place--let's phone!
Read more of "Nokia Prodigy and AC/DC are Windows Phone prototypes" at Crave UK. … Read more
Now that Mobile World Congress is officially over, we get a chance to discuss the most newsworthy items that came out of the expo (hint: you guessed it, we ended up mostly talking about Nokia and the 808 PureView... oops). We also chat about the future surrounding other means of wireless technology, including Bluetooth 4.0, NFC chips, and Google Wallet.Subscribe with iTunes (audio) Subscribe with iTunes (video) Subscribe with RSS (audio) Subscribe with RSS (video)
We may be a few months away from seeing the official announcement for the Samsung Galaxy S III handset, but that's certainly not going to stop the rumor mill from churning out new details.
Case in point: a list of specs for the Galaxy S III surfaced over the weekend and provided a rather complete picture for what will undoubtedly be one of the most popular Android smartphones of the year.
Rumors are circulating that Samsung's planning a smartphone with an edge-to-edge screen, dubbed the Samsung Galaxy B.
Peering through the dense fog of Google Translate, it would appear that Samsung has been working on the phone for a while already, and that it'll feature a screen that leaves only the top of the phone's front display-free.
What's one thing that's basically stayed pretty much the same throughout the entire lifespan of iOS devices? The dock port.
But that could change soon, according to a new report. iMore says that Apple is on the cusp of switching to a smaller version as part of a move to save space and make room for other components in its portable devices.
How soon that change is headed to a device is as unclear as ever though. iMore suggests it won't be the next iPad, but could be the next iPhone. … Read more
Despite the fact that Nvidia is keeping mum about which devices will feature its Tegra 3 processor at Mobile World Conference, a recent leak suggests that a new high-end LG phone may be in for consideration.
Apple is once again said to be working on larger models of its MacBook Air line, with a new report making a rather bold suggestion that two new Air models would replace the company's popular MacBook Pro line.
Citing people familiar with Apple's computing roadmap, Apple Insider says Apple is cooking up an overhaul to its MacBook Pro line that involves stripping out components like the optical disc tray and hard drive, and replacing the latter with flash memory like it did on the MacBook Air.
The report suggests Apple is focusing its efforts on making those changes … Read more