A new report says that Samsung is working on a feature similar to that of BlackBerry Hub. This report comes by way of SamMobile, saying that it’ll be called Samsung Focus and launch alongside the upcoming Galaxy Note 6.
LG announced today that it will be reshuffling its mobile division. CEO Cho Juno sent a letter to employee’s saying that the company needs “to change the way we work to move faster and lighter.”
It was just a few days ago that Samsung’s Galaxy S7 Active made an unofficial appearance with AT&T branding, as seen in the image above. While it was assumed that it would come with similar hardware as the regular Galaxy S7, its specifications have been leaked today on a benchmarking site. Read more
While Xiaomi launched its monster Mi Max handset earlier today with a 6.44-inch Full HD display, the Chinese manufacturer also took the wraps off of the latest version of its firmware, MIUI 8. The firmware is based on Android 6.0 Marshmallow and comes with a new design and a number of new features. Join us after the break for more details. Read more
The Galaxy S7 is Samsung’s stab at a 2016 flagship, following the very well received Galaxy S6. It’s facing some incredibly stiff competition again this year, with LG’s module-driven G5 and HTC’s polished-to-perfection HTC 10, but Samsung has always held up against most other companies in the market. It’s taking a safe approach with the Galaxy S7 by building off of the successful aspects of the Galaxy S6 instead of a radical redesign like we’re used to seeing.
So how well does the Galaxy S7 hold up?
Xiaomi teased the Mi Max a few days ago, and now the massive handset is official. Boasting a whopping 6.44-inch display and a Snapdragon 650/652 processor, Xiaomi’s metal bodied Mi Max will be available with a price tag starting from 1499 Yuan ($230), depending which variant you choose. Join us after the break for the rest of the specifications. Read more
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced today that they have begun investigating why it takes mobile devices in the US so long to get security patches, and that’s if those mobile devices even see a security patch at all during its life cycle.
Google announced today that they are adding a new “Local Source” tag to their Google News platform to help readers around the globe identify news sources that may be especially close to a news subject. Often these local news sources can provide additional context and perspective. A problem can rise up though when a local story goes viral and national publishers end up drowning out the local sources. Read more