Jim Wicks is Motorola’s Senior VP of Consumer Experience, and he’s been with Motorola for 12 years. That’s a fairly long tenure in a market where high-level positions jump around between companies every couple of years.
Despite being with the company for over a decade, Wicks has decided to leave the company, which just might be a sign of how things are going for Motorola under Lenovo. Read more
If you’re the type to enjoy brutal videos of new devices getting put through the ringer, we finally have a torture test on YouTube for the OnePlus 3.
The video does a very brief overview of the build of the device and even compares it to the Galaxy S7, but then very quickly moves into trying to destroy it. Read more
We finally have some news about HTC that’s not awful! It seems like it’s been years since anything has gone right for the company, but right now it looks like the HTC 10 is hitting its stride and is beating internal expectations, at least in Taiwan. All of this comes from Jack Tong, president of HTC in North Asia. Read more
Google’s 2-step verification is an important setting because of the added security it gives, but it’s also not a very quick or simple process. But, Google today is making it a whole lot quicker to make it through that 2-step verification process.
Chinese electronics giant BBK might not sound all too familiar with you. But, they’re the company responsible for putting out some of the world’s most loved smartphones. Oppo, Vivo, and even OnePlus are all companies owned by BBK, and now, the electronics giant is starting up yet another smartphone brand called iMoo.
The 2016 edition of the Olympic Games being held in Rio, Brazil is fast approaching, with Samsung being one of the main sponsors. The South Korean electronics has a long-standing relationship with the Olympics in recent times, which has proven to be beneficial for the handset maker, as seen with the Galaxy S3 during London 2012. Samsung’s huge marketing machine is just beginning to warm up for Rio 2016, and one of its first promo videos is called “The Chant”, telling the story of South Sudanese 400m runner, Margret Rumat Rumat Hassan. We’ve embedded the video for you after the break.
Huawei’s subsidiary company, Honor, today announced its next smartphone, the Honor 5C. It’s available to purchase today, and priced at €199/£149, it’s a hard one to pass up. Don’t let the price fool you. With a 5.2-inch Full HD display and Kirin 650 octa-core processor, the Honor 5C runs and feels like a whole lot more than a budget phone. It goes without saying: the Honor 5C is a pretty stellar package for those on a budget.
Hit the break for the full spec sheet.