The Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge was announced alongside the regular Samsung Galaxy S6, and its undoubtedly a beautifully crafted device. However we have put together five reasons you should not purchase Samsung's newest flagship, and likely consider something better.
Thursday, March 5, 2015
Wednesday, March 4, 2015
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 on T-Mobile is now receiving the Android 5.0 Lollipop software update. The update brings a Material Design inspired user interface, Lock Screen notifications, the new "Recent Apps" multitasking menu, the 64-bit ART compiler, Project Volta for improved battery life and more. Also coming with the update are enhancements to Wi-Fi calling and a fix to the email set up.
Both the newly announced Samsung Galaxy S6 and Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge come with built-in wireless charging capabilities. Samsung has introduced a brand new wireless charging pad, which will likely launch alongside the new handsets (on April 10).
HTC is giving its fans in the U.S. an opportunity to win one of their newly announced HTC One M9 smartphones by simply visiting the company's website and completing a registration form.
The company has five handsets to give away in the sweepstakes, which is open until March 24, and winners being randomly selected "on or about March 25." Interestingly, HTC says that the Approximate Retail Value (ARV) of a HTC One M9 is $599, which may be the official (unlocked) price of the handset when it launches in the US.
AT&T has introduced a new service called ForHealth at MWC 2015, accompanied by a mobile app of the same name. This service will collect and analyse all your fitness and health data. The app will also provide you with a warning and give you recommendations based on the data.
Tuesday, March 3, 2015
The HTC One M8 for Verizon is now receiving the Android 5.0 Lollipop update. With Lollipop your handset will receive a new notifications feature for the lock screen, the new "Recent Apps" menu, the Lollipop Material Design, the 64-bit ART compiler (making your apps load faster), Project Volta for better battery life and more.
Besides unveiling the Pebble Time Steel, the company also unveiled details about its fully customizable smartstraps with an open SDK and possibility to add various sensors. With the limited area within a watch to add multiple sensors, it makes sense to take advantage of the strap.
Just a few days after unveiling a brand new Pebble Time smartwatch with its new Timeline interface, Pebble Technology is now taking the cover off the Pebble Time Steel: a metal watch with exquisite styling, but otherwise practically identical to the original Pebble Time.
BlackBerry is hard at work plotting its comeback, and vaguely unveiled one of the devices it is working on, at MWC 2015. This upcoming BlackBerry flagship phone with a dual-curved 'edge' display and a slider form factor.
The BlackBerry Leap has finally been made official, featuring a 5 inch HD display, no physical QWERTY keyboard and the promise of a 25 hour battery life.