HTC will design and release a mobile VR solution this year.
HTC isn’t selling as many phones as it used to, and is now referring to itself as a “VR company,” much to the delight of its shareholders.
The company has informed CNET UK that is working on a mobile version of the HTC Vive, though the design and functionality is not yet clear. What is clear is that “it’s not a phone slapped onto a headset. [Read More…]
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You can now go live with just a few taps.
YouTube has been talking about live streaming straight from your phone since mid-2016, and now it has expanded to make it available to everyone … who has more than 10,000 subscribers on YouTube. Thankfully, this is only a limited-time restriction, as the ability to live stream directly from your phone will expand to everyone very soon.
Live streams can start up right away with just a few [Read More…]
The biggest phone show of the year is about to kick off in Barcelona. Here’s what to expect…
Mobile World Congress, held each February (or sometimes early March) in Barcelona, Spain, is usually the event which kicks off flagship phone launch season. For the past two years, Samsung has unveiled its new flagship Galaxy S phone ahead of MWC, and although we’ll need to wait a few more months for this year’s Galaxy S8, there’s still a [Read More…]
It’s time to make a few things clear: there’s BlackBerry the software company, and there’s BlackBerry Mobile, the hardware vendor.
As we move into the month of CrackBerry’s 10-year anniversary, and the return of CrackBerry Kevin, we thought it was important to highlight a few key differences between the BlackBerry we knew and the one we’re likely going to continue writing about.
Late last year, BlackBerry signed a software and brand licensing deal with TCL [Read More…]
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The ZTE Axon 7 Mini, which we voted as the best phone you can buy under $ 300, is coming to Canada this week through youth-oriented carrier, Virgin Mobile.
The phone, which will cost $ 49 CAD on a 2-year contract and $ 399 CAD outright, will eschew the MiFavor, um, flavor of Android in favor of a more stock experience, though it will still run Android 6.0.1 out of the box. The other main difference from the U.S.-sold unlocked [Read More…]
Don’t hold out for new Xiaomi phones at MWC.
Xiaomi unveiled the Mi 5 at last year’s Mobile World Congress, but the company won’t be announcing a new device this time around. In a statement to TechCrunch, a Xiaomi spokesperson said that the company will skip this year’s event.
According to the publication, Xiaomi doesn’t have any new devices to showcase at the event, debunking rumors that the Mi 6 will be unveiled at MWC. The [Read More…]
LG couldn’t catch a break in 2016. Let’s hope 2017 fares better.
The hits keep coming for LG, as the company posted a loss of some $ 224 million in the fourth quarter on declining mobile sales.
Revenue in the mobile division declined 25% between Q4 2015 and the same period last year, with LG calling the situation “challenging.” The G5 was mainly to blame, though there was some slowdown in the entire category for the Korean giant, which [Read More…]
BlackBerry is expected to bring its next smartphone, the so-called Mercury, to Mobile World Congress next month. According to a tweet from BlackBerry Mobile, the handset should make its debut on February 25. While it has not specifically said so, BlackBerry’s phone would help kick off the annual MWC trade event. BlackBerry doesn’t manufacture its phones any longer;