Acer has announced two smartphones for the US, the Liquid Jade Z and Liquid Z410. Both smartphones support 4G LTE connectivity and offer 64-bit processing power for improved browsing, streaming and app experiences. Expect to see the new Jade Z in stores now and the Liquid Z410 in September.
A few weeks ago, Lenovo reported that Motorola would still operate under their namesake and device development would be held in house. Today, a report came out stating that due to Lenovo’s less than stellar sales numbers in their mobile department, that those devices would be rolled into Motorola. This is a logical move for Lenovo since their devices never really catch any type of hype, and are not doing too well in terms of sales.
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We know how it is. You have an idea for an app, but you don’t know how to code and develop. And it costs too much to put your idea into the hands of others. Well today’s deal from AndroidGuys aims to help you out.
The Hot Java Android Coding Bundle is a bundle of five different courses for you to learn how to code any app or game that you have. The first course goes over the basics of [Read More...]
Lara Croft GO is a brand new turn-based puzzle title by the same company that brought the world Hitman GO. Taking the same experience and art direction of the previous GO title and mashing it together with Tomb Raider has resulted in a beautiful take on Lara Croft. Prepare to be immersed on the diorama board with plastic figures as you work alongside Croft to uncover the myth of the Queen of Venom.
John Sculley-backed Obi Mobiles has morphed into Obi Worldphone, launching two smartphones aimed at developing markets. Dubbed SF1 and SJ1.5, both devices are set to launch in the month of October and feature interseting design elements that distinguish them from the sea of entry-level phones currently available.
The latest photo contest was looking for your best “cloud” pictures, and the quality of entries was certainly up in the clouds. We had a tough time narrowing things down to just two winners, but in the end we were able to do it. Read along to see the winners this week.
Popular read it later service Pocket has been updated, adding recommendations for users. Recommendations are meant to focus on “high-quality content”, offering you interesting or important stories that you may have missed.
Following an unsuccessful attempt to make its mark on the smartphone market with the Fire Phone, Amazon is said to have laid off dozens of employees at its hardware unit, Lab126. Although several projects are still in the works at the facility located in Sunnyvale, California, the retailer is said to have also scrubbed development of a huge tablet with a 14-inch screen and a smart stylus along with its smartphone ambitions:
LG has announced the Rolly, a full-size rollable wireless keyboard designed to work with smartphones and tablets. The keyboard folds up along the four rows into a stick that’s easy to carry around. Constructed out of “impact-resistant” polycarbonate and ABS plastic, LG’s accessory gives you more tactile feedback when compared to silicone-based keyboards.
As the last week has proven, the majority of everyone cares more about those high-priced, powerful phones that dominate headlines for weeks. Not only do those devices dominate headlines, but they also dominate our wallets. However, even with these high-profile devices taking our wallets hostage, there are more economical devices becoming more and more relevant.
The OnePlus One shocked everyone with flagship-like specs while only costing about $ 300 for the base 16GB version. Naturally, the OPO was dubbed the [Read More...]