Motorola Officially Announces Droid Turbo

At an event today, Motorola and Verizon have officially announced a 5.2-inch Droid Turbo. The main feature of the phone is fast charging capability that can get 8 hours of battery life in just 15 minutes. It will be available from Verizon on Thursday.

Samsung ATIV S Gets Windows Phone 8.1 Update In Europe

Windows Phone 8.1 update comes with a dozen new features and is worth updating your phone to it. While the update was already rolling in the US according to reports, it looks like users in Europe also got it recently, at least those in Germany and Italy.

The Evil Within Halloween Demo Is 3 Chapters Long

Looking to buy The Evil Within on PC, but haven't been able to make up your mind? Bethesda and Tango Gameworks has left everyone pleasantly surprised by releasing a massive 8.9 GB demo of the PC version of The Evil Within for Halloween. The demo lets you play 3 chapters

Natural Selection 2: Combat Launched On Steam, Trailer Inside

Unknown Worlds has released Natural Selection 2: Combat on Steam. Developed by Faultline Games, NS2: Combat started out as a mod, but is now available as a standalone title for $14.99. At present, under a special promotion, it is selling for $13.49 (10% discount).

HP Announces The MB Chronowing, A Designer Smartwatch

HP teamed up with a fashion designer to produce its first Smartwatch. The MB Chronowing has been created by renowned designer Michael Bastian, but engineered by the folks working at HP. It's more of a traditional watch than a Smartwatch, but HP's added a few features.

MPAA Says No To Google Glass, Galaxy Gear In Theaters

The MPAA has officially banned Google Glass and Galaxy Gear from theaters. It is a well known fact that the Motion Picture Association of America is outright against piracy, and their updated regulations that specifically target Google Glass and Galaxy Gear reminds us.

Walmart To Sell Nintendo 2DS For $79 On November 3rd

Walmart will be offering the Nintendo 2DS at a discounted rate on November 3, which is the coming Monday. To get into the sale, you'll have to head over to Walmart's website after 12am PT and participate. So if you want a $129 for $79 next week, keep your eyes open.

HTC Desire 620 Passes Through The NCC In Taiwan

The NCC's documents have revealed that HTC will soon unveil a new Desire Smartphone. The HTC Desire 620 was spotted in the NCC's database, which is Taiwan's equivalent of the FCC in the US. There are two variants in the works - Desire 620u and Desire 620h.

Sold Sold 9.9 Million Xperia Smartphones Last Quarter

Sony's financial report for Q3 2014 (which includes the months of July, August and September) has revealed that the Mobile Communications division has brought in a hefty 176 billion Yen ($1.58 billion) loss to the company. Ouch! Sony sold 9.9 million Xperias.

Gresso Regal R1 Android Smartphone Made Of Titanium Costs $3,000

Gresso, a luxury Smartphone maker from Russia, has announced the Regal 1. This beautifully designed luxury Smartphone comes with a 5-inch Full HD (1920 x 1080) display with Gorilla Glass, 8 MP rear and 5 MP front cameras, 2 GB RAM and 32 GB of internal storage.

The Crew PC System Requirements Revealed By Ubisoft

Ubisoft has revealed the PC system requirements for running their upcoming open-world driving title, The Crew. Coming to PC on 2nd December, The Crew has a very modest base and recommended system requirements. A 64-bit Windows OS is the base requisite here, mind you.

Huawei Announces Honor 4X, Costs Around $210

After Oppo announced two new smartphones today, it's Huawei's turn. The company has announced a mid-range Honor 4X smartphone in China. The smartphone is available for pre-orders from the company's official website for CNY 1,299, which is around $210.

LG G3 Dual-LTE Launching In Russia This November

LG is launching the G3 Dual-LTE in Russia this month. The LG G3 Dual-LTE is basically a dual-SIM version of the G3, only that both SIM slots offer LTE connectivity (as the name aptly suggests). Apart from that, the spec sheet is entirely identical to that of the G3.

OnePlus One With Yellow StyleSwap Back Cover Spotted

OnePlus may soon introduce a yellow colored StyleSwap back cover for its flagship (and only) Smartphone. StyleSwap is basically a fancy way of saying that the OnePlus One has interchangeable back covers, but the company never rolled them out to the masses.

HTC Continues Recovery With Second Profitable Quarter

HTC is definitely on the road to recovery. After posting a decent $92 million profit last quarter, mainly due to strong sales of the HTC One M8, the Taiwanese firm has posted a smaller $19 million profit for this quarter. Although profits have dropped sharply.

There Will Be An Amazon Fire Phone 2

Despite having flopped terribly, Amazon will not kill off the Fire Phone dream. In their Q3 2014 earnings report, Amazon revealed that they have incurred losses to the tune of $170 million, of which unsold Fire Phone inventory makes up for $83 million.

Google Voice Search Can Now Look Within Apps

Google has added in-app searching to its voice-search software for Android. This means, if the app supports the new feature, one can simply ask (an example) "Ok, Google, search for flights in MakeMyTrip" which will open the MakeMyTrip app and search for flights.

BioShock Infinite: The Complete Edition Coming On November 4th

Take-Two's financial report for the second quarter confirms that BioShock Infinite: The Complete Edition will be released on November 4th. However, this release date only applies to the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 version of the game. There's no mention of PC.

Angry Birds Transformers Launches On Android

Rovio has released the Android version of its next Angry Birds title. Angry Birds Transformers features Autobirds who can turn into cars and shoot laser beams. To save Piggy Island, the Autobirds will have to team up with their arch enemies, the Deceptihogs, and work.

Nexus 6 Europe Release Gets Delayed

Pre-orders for the Nexus 6, which were supposed to begin from November 3rd in Europe, have been pushed back to a much later date. The delay is about two weeks, so pre-orders will eventually kick-off from November 18th. Note that you will only be able to pre-order it.

Google Nexus 6 Sells Out In The US

Google has kicked off the sale of its new Nexus Smartphone in the US. It looks like the Nexus 6 sales have picked up very well, with the phablet selling out within a couple of hours itself. This is despite the fact that the Nexus 6 is the pretty expensive.

IDC: Xiaomi Is The 3rd Largest Smartphone Manufacturer

Xiaomi has done it. The phone maker from China, who came into existence four years ago in 2010, and entered the market only three years back in 2011, is now the world's third largest Smartphone manufacturer, according to IDC. Their growth numbers are amazing.

FCC May Soon Classify ISPs As Common Carriers

The Wall Street Journal reports the FCC is very close to re-classifying internet service providers as partial common carriers, thereby subjecting them to harsher net neutrality laws. Since the re-classification would not make the ISPs entirely common carriers, there

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (2015) Mentioned On Official Website

Several references to the Galaxy Note 10.1 (2015) model have appeared on Samsung's official website. The Galaxy Note 10.1 (2015) is mentioned alongside the current Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014) model, so you can rule out any human error from their side. That's all we know.

Apple iPad Mini 3 Battery Life Falls Short Of Expectations

PhoneArena, having tested the new Apple iPad Mini 3, reports that its battery life falls terribly short of expectations. Both the new iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3 have smaller batteries than their predecessors. However, while the iPad Air 2 posted a decent battery life.

Amazon UK Delays Nexus 9 Until December

Amazon UK has confirmed it had to postpone Nexus 9 to December 15th. Initially, the HTC-manufactured Nexus 9 tablet was planned to launch on November 3rd, but there are still no details regarding the setback and those who pre-order it will just have to wait.

AT&T Locks The Apple SIM Feature

With the new iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3, Apple introduced the Apple SIM, which is one SIM card that allows you to switch between networks whenever you want without having to commit to a specific carrier. Though the idea is really good, AT&T has different plans.

IDC: Smartphone Market Grows 25 Percent Year-Over-Year

The global smartphone market has grown 25 percent year-over-year, according to the latest report from IDC. The report shows that the market has seen a massive jump in total smartphone shipments during Q3 when compared to the same time period in 2013. 

Nexus 6 Now Up For Pre-Order On Google Play

Pre-orders have begun for the Nexus 6 smartphone on Google Play. Due to traffic or general problems with the site, there are a variety of issues that people have encountered. While the phone is available, there have been reports of glitches, particularly when customers

Galaxy Note 4 Developer Edition For Verizon Now Available

Last week, we reported about the Galaxy Note 4 Developer Edition for Verizon and that is preparing for a launch by the end of this week. As promised, the company has listed the phablet on its online store and if you want to purchase it you'll have to pay $699.

Free Roaming Limited In Metal Gear Solid V

Free roaming will not be permitted in missions in Metal Gear Solid V, even though the game features an open-world that generally allows for more exploration than previous games in the franchise. Hideo Kojima has revealed players will not be able to go

Microsoft Slashes Xbox One Price To $350

Microsoft is going on the offensive. After debuting the Xbox One with Kinect for $499 last year, and later coming out with a $399 package minus Kinect, the Redmond giant has announced that the Xbox One will cost just $350 next month (next week, to be precise).