The “Pokemon GO“, the massively popular augmented reality game developed by Niantic Labs and published by The Pokemon Company, surprised everyone with its spectacular record breaking figures. Weeks after its introduction, “Pokemon More »
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s previously know globally as Sony Ericson before re-branding in 2012 is now known by the name Sony Xperia. Xperia is the brand name of smartphones from Sony Mobile. As Sony Xperia launched their first android smartphone in 2008 which is named by Sony Xperia X1 a this is the first generation of Xperia Smart Phone at that time Xperia X1 was the best phone. But now the Xperia launched Sony Xperia Z5 premium.
Two mysterious Sony smartphones have been certified by the Federal Communications Commission in the US. Listed as PY7-29752M and PY7-93041M, the devices are said to be part of a new Xperia line codenamed Kugo.
Apple (AAPL) reports 2016 third quarter earnings on July 26, but most analysts are expecting it to have a minimal effect on Apple’s stock price, regardless of what’s revealed.
The Verizon Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge are receiving updates today to software version VRU4CPH1 that seem to have focused primarily on improving WiFi and HD Calling on Big Red’s network.
HTC has started rolling out the August Android security update to unlocked HTC A9 and 10 devices, according to the company’s Mo Versi.
The new Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is finally official and set to be available on August 19th. Loaded with top-tier specs and improvements across the board the Note 7 could be a great replacement for last years Galaxy Note 5. Below we’ll compare the two for potential buyers or those looking to upgrade.
The Note 7 leaks are streaming in faster than ever as the Korean company’s August 2nd event approaches, and the latest include even more glimpses of the flat non-edge version of the Note 7. We’ve mentioned many times the possible existence of a flat Galaxy Note 7, but renowned leakster Evan Blass told to 9to5google last week that they should abandon any hope they have of seeing a non-edge version of the phone.