A lot of information about Samsung's Galaxy S5 has already leaked to the public, and as it approaches the expected date of its introduction, further details are dropping Many of these are making the new phone more and more interesting. At SamMobile portal that deals exclusively with Samsung technical specifications of the devices that are believed to be final and that we will see on the cell phone during March or April have emerged.
The first part of the specification of new Lumia's which will be presented under the Microsoft name was published on site NokiaPowerUser. Citing "reliable sources", they claim that Microsoft will continue Nokia's tradition in recent times at which their smartphones specifications can be measured with high-end devices from other manufacturers.
Alternative release of Android, CyanogenMod, has recorded more than 10 million installations, according to the statistics of the project site.
Having reported a quarterly loss of $ 4.4 billion, the BlackBerry has realized that the time has come to reduce the payments in the 2014.
Scanning objects in three dimensions becomes increasingly interesting area of research, and goes hand in hand with the rapid development of 3D printing technology. Researchers from ETH Zurich have addressed the available technologies and enhance them with their algorithms for pattern recognition.
Samsung is very familiar with hybrids between camera and smartphone, and now the thing has become official. Specifically, the plan is to unite the department for the development of cameras and cell phones.
Samsung looks for a new way to attract even more buyers to get their famous smartphone Galaxy Note 3. This time they decided to present a refreshed versions of it, so from this month beside standard black, white and pink colors we will be able to get the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 in three additional variants.
Lumia 520, Nokia's cheapest and also the best selling WP device, is coming in the new release. Earlier rumors were true, Nokia officially launched Lumia 525
Finnish company Jolla, composed of former Nokia's employees, has released their first smart phone based on the beta version of the open source operating system Sailfish OS. It has emerged as a derivative of extinguished Nokia's MeeGo project, a free operating system for phones that is based on Linux.