News: Reads from WWW
Thursday, 18 Sep 2014
With the arrival of iOS 8, iPhone users can now select their keyboard from a list of third party alternatives instead of just using native Apple keyboard. One of the most popular Android keyboards, SwiftKey, is now available on iOS.
Even if Foxconn is already manufacturing over half a million iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus phones combined, it says it is still struggling to meet the high demand.
Wednesday, 17 Sep 2014
Did you know that Samsung builds artillery tanks? Yes, they do. And they build aircraft engines and auto driving robots too.
The NVIDIA Shield unveiled a couple of months ago is now available for pre-orders in the US and UK. Shipping starts by the end of September.
Rumors about a cheaper Samsung Galaxy Alpha SM-G850 sibling coming has surfaced the Internet. The Samsung SM-A500 is believed to be the cheaper version of the recently launched Galaxy Alpha. Its alleged specs were also leaked online.
Tuesday, 16 Sep 2014
LG Electronics, a South Korean manufacturer of mobile devices and consumer electronics, posted a teaser that hints a launch of a flip-style smartphone. On its website, LG posted a dimmed image of a flip-style handset called "LG Wine Smart."
Appearing on a Vietnamese website, the alleged Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime or Samsung's "Selfie Phone" was leaked online. Hit the link to see pictures, leaked specs, and estimated release schedule.
Google made Android One official in India with local launch partners Micromax, Karbonn, and Spice, each to offer their own handset. As Android One expands outside of India to reach other emerging markets like the Philippines, it announced its partners that support Android One.
Numerous reports say that Microsoft will make an announcement later today of its US$2.5 billion deal to acquire Mojang, the company behind the popular Minecraft game.
Monday, 15 Sep 2014
Oppo posted on its Facebook page a teaser of what looks like the N1 sequel, the Oppo N3. The teaser indicated an impending launch slated for October in Singapore.