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HTC reports its lowest revenue numbers since 2003

Things are still bad for HTC.

HTC recently published its official earnings report for Q2 2018, and to not much surprise, things aren’t looking too hot for the Tawainese company.

During this past July, HTC saw just NT $ 1.4 billion in total sales. While that may sound like a big figure, it’s down 37.23% from June’s sales and 77.41% lower compared to July 2017 numbers.

In other words, HTC just had its weakest month since August  [Read More…]

New RAMpage attack affects all Android phones released since 2012

RAMpage can access passwords, photos, documents, and more.

There’s a new security vulnerability, boys and girls. It’s called RAMpage and is the latest type of Rowhammer attack to hit the scene.

RAMpage was discovered by a group of eight academics across three different universities and the official research paper was published on June 28, 2018. It reads as follows:

RAMpage breaks the most fundamental isolation between user applications and the operating system. While apps are typically not  [Read More…]

Essential has probably sold around 5,000 Essential Phones since its release

More than a month after its initial release, the Essential Phone has only sold 5,000 units. That’s not good.

Just like every year, 2017 has brought the release of a lot of new phones — most of them very good. You’ve got your heavy-hitters like the Galaxy Note 8 and LG V30, but then there’s the market oddity that is the Essential Phone. The very first product from Andy Rubin’s new startup was officially launched on August 17, and  [Read More…]

How many Pixels has Google actually sold since its debut?

The sales numbers remain a mystery to all of us, though there are a few theories floating around.

With all the fervent rumormongering regarding the next batch of Pixel smartphones, it seems an appropriate time to take a look at several of the theories making the rounds about how many millions of Pixel and Pixel XL units Google has actually sold.

The phone launched eight months ago and has remained a strong seller at Verizon, where it  [Read More…]

Google has shipped 10 million Cardboard VR headsets since 2014

Mobile VR usage has skyrocketed last year.

Google has announced that it shipped over 10 million Cardboard VR viewers since its launch in 2014. The company also said that over 160 million Cardboard apps have been downloaded, out of which 30 apps have over 1 million downloads. The numbers are a healthy increase from January 2016, when Google touted 5 million sales and 25 million installs for Cardboard apps.

In recent months, Google has turned its  [Read More…]

Nintendo’s market value has doubled since Pokémon Go release

Nintendo’s shares soared another 14.4% on Tuesday, with its market cap more than doubling to $ 42.5 billion (4.5 trillion yen) since the launch of Pokémon Go on July 6. To put the numbers into perspective, Nintendo is now worth more than Sony, which has a market value of $ 40 billion.

Pokémon Go is now available in 35 countries, and has already overtaken Twitter and Tinder when it comes to daily active users. Speaking to  [Read More…]

Join by joaoapps: Best thing since Pushbullet (Review)

Overview When Pushbullet went paid, everyone freaked out. Every well-known tech site scrambled to get something along the lines of “Best alternatives to Pushbullet” on their page. Some people just went ahead and paid like it was no big deal. Long story short, the only reason I still have Pushbullet on my device now is

It has only been 4 years since the original phablet was introduced: A brief look back at the Samsung Galaxy Note

Four years ago this month, Samsung introduced the first phablet with the Samsung Galaxy Note.

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In January of 2012, Samsung truly brought us the Next Big Thing with the first Galaxy Note. And big it was with a game changing 5.3″ display.

Without a doubt the dominant smartphone in late 2012 was the iPhone 4s. And it was a great phone, but it had a 3.5″ display! When I think back  [Read More…]

Leaked photo allegedly shows off Nokia’s first smartphone since the Microsoft deal

Nokia is looking to get its brand back into the smartphone race. A new image has been leaked, which claims to showcase a licensed handset – the Nokia C1 – running Android. Since we’re closely approaching the end of 2015 (when the ban from using Nokia on new phones lifts), it’s certainly plausible we could well be looking at what’s set to arrive in 2016.

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HTC Reports lowest April revenue since 2010

HTC Corporation has released their April revenue numbers Tuesday, and to the surprise of many, they were not what the company had hoped for. The consolidated revenue totaled $ 440 million, down 39 percent over the same period last year. The biggest issue is that we can now take into account, sales of the HTC One M9 as part of the total number of sales and revenue for the company.

Now, there are many sources that say that HTC has  [Read More…]