It’s never too early for Nexus leaks, am I right? While we’ve seen the odd leak in recent times showing off possible specifications and rear panels, today we have not one, but two leaks about both the Nexus handsets that are allegedly being developed by LG and Huawei. Read more
While Google’s Nexus smartphones usually come equipped with top-of-the-line hardware, their popularity can be largely attributed to the pure Android experience that they offer. But this time around, Huawei is going to give you one more reason to get excited about the upcoming Google flagship – it could be compatible with LTE bands worldwide.
There isn’t long to go until August 13th, the day that Samsung will officially launch the Galaxy Note 5, the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus and possibly another (as yet) unknown device at its Unpacked event. There’s been a steady stream of leaks in the last few weeks about both devices, and today’s leak is about battery capacity.
The mobile version of Skype‘s Business edition that allows video conferencing with up to 250 people is soon coming to Android and iOS devices. Launched by Microsoft two months ago, the service integrates into MS Office Calendar and lets users send group messages and participate in video chats. Read more
Online retailer Expansys has just kicked off a pretty good deal on the 16GB Wi-Fi variant of the Nexus 9, but you will have to be quick. For the next 24-hours only, residents in the United States can bag themselves one for $290, which is a whopping $109 shaving off the usual price.
Earlier today, India’s most popular travel app, Ola Cabs, took to its official blog to announce that it has now formed an exclusive partnership with OnePlus, in order for customers using the service to experience the company’s latest smartphone is they so desire.
It was only last month that HTC launched the up scaled variant of its flagship smartphone in Europe and now it’s being removed from the shelves of retail stores in the Netherlands as a result of its 4G LTE connectivity issues.
Samsung has filed a new patent in Q3 2014 which was recently published by the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office that will allow a smartphone to display holographic icons. Read more
Rite Aid has announced that they’ll be joining tons of other companies and being accepting mobile payments on August 15th. All of the company’s nearly 4600 stores will be able to take Apple Pay and Google Wallet payments.
It’s not a major deal, and it’s something that’s becoming increasingly common with most bigger stores and restaurants. But hey, if you shop at Rite Aid often, at least you won’t need to worry about bringing your credit card with you anymore. Read more
Google is now a subsidiary of a bigger company called Alphabet, but they may run into some issues using that name. Apparently, the name Alphabet (and alphabet.com) is already registered to German automobile manufacturer BMW. That Alphabet handles support to corporations for vehicle fleets, and BMW isn’t interested in selling the name or website domain. Google never approached BMW with an offer to purchase the domain, anyway, but that’s a moot point. Read more