Although it was not officially announced, Huawei P8 Lite was already available for purchase in Europe for around €260. Today, at the Premium South East Asia (SEA) event in Bangkok, Huawei has finally announced the P8 Lite phone, alongside availability and price details.
ASUS has revealed new details on its Facebook page regarding the upcoming ZenFone Selfie smartphone. The company has posted an image confirming that "a new ZenFone family member" will be announced at Computex 2015, which takes place in Taipei, on June 2.
Xiaomi has been selling the 10,000 mAh Mi power bank for a while now, but there are some people who find it either too big or too small in terms of energy density. Today, the company launched two new Mi power banks so customers could have more choices when ordering.
Just as we reported about the upcoming Lumia 940 and Lumia 940 XL smartphones, it seems that the devices are closer to the release than we thought. A 5.2-inch Lumia smartphone that has almost the same specs as the Lumia 940 is listed on GFXBenchmark.
Google Project Tango was available since December last year, but only for certain people and at a price of $1,024. It received a price cut in April, but it was still only available for a limited number of people. Today, the Project Tango is launched for all customers.
After the announcement at GDC, NVIDIA has now officially announced the availability of its Shield Android TV console. Two models are available, the standard with 16 GB of storage that costs $199, and the Shield Pro version with a 500 GB HDD with a price of $299.
Shortly after Google announced Android M at I/O 2015, HTC became the first OEM to announce that its flagship Smartphones will be updated to Android M. Jeff Gordon, who works at HTC as the Senior Global Online Communications Manager, confirmed via Twitter.
At Google I/O 2015, Android M was one of the big announcements during the keynote last night. The other big announcement was Google Photos. The overhauled Google Photos service, launching today, was earlier a part of the Google+ suite. That's no longer the case.
Google announced Android M, the newest iteration of Android OS during the I/O 2015 keynote tonight. So, what's Android M all about? It's simple, really. Last year, Google introduced a new design and a bunch of features with Android L. This year, it's all about optimization.
Google announced Android M at the Google I/O 2015 keynote today. Along with announcing all the new features that make Android M better than previous iterations of Android OS, Google also announced that it is continuing with the developer program - Android M Developer Preview.
Google officially announced Android M during their Google I/O 2015 keynote. Android M is the newest version of Android, succeeding Android L from last year. Obviously, we all would like to know the Android M release date. Well, it's far, but Android M Developer Preview release.
Microsoft has officially announced the Xbox Live Games with Gold free games lineup for the month of June 2015. While the Xbox One free games list isn't impressive at all, the Xbox 360 gets two solid and impressive titles that will keep gamers occupied all month.
Those who were hopping that Sony's upcoming flagship smartphone could feature a Quad HD display will be disappointed to hear that will not happen. Jonathan Lin, general manager of Sony Mobile's Taiwan branch, has confirmed they have no plans to launch 2K smartphones.
Verizon has officially announced availability details for two LG devices, the LG G4 and G Pad X8.3. The LG's flagship smartphone will be available for pre-order from today, but will arrive to stores on June 4, while the G Pad X8.3 will be in stores as of tomorrow.
Xiaomi Mi Store was supposed to open during mid-May, but for whatever reason that didn't happen. Instead, the company has set a new date and will officially open Mi Store in the United States, Germany, United Kingdom and France next month, on June 1.