Monday, 12 May 2014 06:43

Apple takes over Beats Electronics?

According to the Financial Times, Apple is reportedly negotiating the takeover of the company Beats Electronics for $ 3.2 billion. Apparently, the agreement on the takeover could be announced as early as next week, but companies still have not agreed on all the details, so the deal may not happen.

New rumors appeared about the specifications of the smartphone LG G3. Apparently the device, besides the already known screen of 5.5-inch in Quad HD resolution (2560x1440 pixels) will have the latest Qulcomm Snapdragon 805 processor. The housing will be made of polycarbonate. Also, the device will have 3GB of RAM, 32 GB of internal storage space which can be expanded with a microSD card and battery power of 3200 mAh.

ARM positive about budget smartphones
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Friday, 09 May 2014 09:01

ARM positive about budget smartphones

Emerging markets are still dependent on cheap cell phones. Smartphone breakthrough on these kind of markets is currently stalled by the relatively high prices.

Playing slots on mobile phones isn’t something new. But being able to play slot machines on your smartgadget outside New Jersey and Nevada – the only states in the US that allow online gambling – is something that can change the face of casino gaming forever.

After the sale of cell phone department to Microsoft, Nokia intends to invest in other technologies. Investment fund Nokia Growth Partners announced at a conference of the Global Mobile Internet Conference that they plan to invest $100 million in the automotive industry.

Leaked pictures showing LG G3 in robust protective case
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Pictures that have allegedly leaked due to carelessness of manufacturers of robust protective masks are supposedly showing the next LG's flagship smartphone, LG G3. The official presentation of the device is announced for the end of this month, and according to the existing information, the G3 will try to stand out primarily with large screen.

Wednesday, 30 April 2014 15:16

Rajeev Suri to take Elop's place

After last week merging of Nokia Devices and Services department to Microsoft was finished, and former CEO Stephen Elop departure from company, Chief Executive Officer place remained vacant. Now the Finnish company announced that they have appointed the current Executive Director of division for Solutions and Nokia Networks, a 46 -year-old Rajeev Suri as their new CEO.

The company OnePlus about which we wrote last week because of their first smartphone One, is not really "all-new" company everyone believed. The story around OnePlus begins in 2013, when Vice President of the Oppo (which also produces mobile phones) Pete Lau went from that position and founded a start-up OnePlus. Not even half a year after that OnePlus comes to market with a high end performance mobile at a very attractive price, and announces it as the best mobile phone in the world.

As it was announced a few months ago, Nokia's takeover deal of Devices and Services department by Microsoft has officially ended. According to the original agreement all the paperwork was to be completed during the first quarter, but regulators in individual countries with their subsequent decisions pushed the completion of this work to April.

Possible defective camera found on the Samsung Galaxy S5
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The first buyers of the Samsung Galaxy S5 are reportedly encountering problems with defective cameras. The problem was for a number of customers confirmed by the manufacturer.