Elephone is not a top tier manufacturer, and most of its devices are sold in China. The company has several nice looking smartphones, but the upcoming P9000 looks very elegant, minimalistic, and yet the hardware inside the smartphone is very powerful.
Two days after we reported a price cut about the Yu Yuphoria and its comeback to stock Android operating system, Cyanogen has issued a statement saying it has great partnership with Yu and that Cyanogen OS 12.1 will be powering Yu's upcoming flagship.
Samsung Galaxy J2 was announced only a month ago and Samsung is already rumoured to announce another Galaxy J smartphone. The Galaxy J3 with model number SM-J3109 has made appearance on GFXBench and pretty much all of its specifications are now revealed.
Google has confirmed the launch date of its two flagship smartphones. The company sent out media invites in India for the event that will be held in New Delhi on October 13, where the pricing and availability of the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P will be officially revealed.
SwiftKey has come out with an experimental version of its keyboard that uses neural networks to improve its predictions. The SwiftKey Neural Alpha app is only available on Android and it may have some bugs since it is still an early version of the app.
Amazon has invested another $190 million in its Indian operations, increasing the amount it has spent in the country in the past year to $500 million. The eCommerce company has also opened another fulfillment center in India, meaning there are now 21 active Indian centers.
With many free trials now coming to an end, Apple Music is reportedly seeing a major drop in active users. Digital Music News reports Apple's music streaming service is having a hard time holding onto subscribers. Apple Music may be left with just 3-4 million users.
The old, grandfathered unlimited data plans that are still active at Verizon Wireless are going to cost more soon. Verizon has announced it is raising the price of the plans by $20 per month and that increase is going to apply to the bill customers receive after November 15.
Samsung's 18.4-inch Galaxy View tablet has been spotted in an FCC database. Documents associated with the tablet were reported on by Phone Arena and they reveal the tablet is going to be on AT&T. Samsung already confirmed the existence of the large Android table.
Now that Google is technically Alphabet, Google has purchased the actual alphabet domain name. Shortly after becoming a subsidiary of Alphabet, Google has purchased abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz.com. That domain name was created in 1999 and we don't know how much Google paid.
As eSports moves further into the mainstream, the BBC has announced it will provide an online stream of the League of Legends World Championship. BBC Three will provide four days of live coverage of the championship's quarter finals beginning October 15.
Hackers located in China successfully breached the computers of LoopPay, the company responsible for Samsung Pay. This hack was carried out in March by the allegedly state-sponsored Codoso Group and the hack took place prior to Samsung acquiring LoopPay.
Mark Zuckerberg has confirmed Facebook is working on augmented reality (AR) technology. Unlike virtual reality, which Facebook is involved in through Oculus VR, augmented reality isn't as close to being feasible or widely available in the consumer market.
Wearables will eventually be implanted and ingested, not worn, according to Jawbone CEO Hosain Rahman. Jawbone has made multiple fitness wearables and it has already looked into devices that would be swallowed or implanted. They could do things like monitor your blood.
The beta for Star Wars: Battlefront is opening up today. Everyone will have access to the beta on PS4, Xbox One, and PC beginning at 1 PM ET. Some parts of the game have already been accessible to a few people who received the beta early and played on a few planets.