Nokia has long been one of the most well-respected names in business phone. While they may not have the global market shares that Apple and Samsung can brag about, there’s no doubt that Nokia holds its own in the smartphone market, which have been enjoying great fame in its reliability, affordability, and its highly impressive
new FB-centric UI, Facebook Home. But now, the HTC First got a considerable price drop; from $99, it was lowered to $0.99—almost free with an AT&T contract. If this was any indicator of the product’s market performance, we could easily assume that this Facebook phone flopped, and the price drop is the only way for
If you’re in search for a quality yet affordable smartphone to be used primarily in your business, you may want to consider getting an Android phone. Android operating system is not only the mainstream today, it is also the top choice of most business entrepreneurs as it offers a number of Google services for free,
Even before it made its mark in the field of mobile technology, Apple has been known for being the technology of the elite. It has made a name for itself by being sleek, reliable, and durable technology worth its price tag.
If there’s one thing people are good at, it’s making ideas a reality. About two years ago, an image of a transparent smartphone was passed around on popular image sharing sites, like Tumblr, Reddit, and 9gag. It appeared to be a panel of glass with a translucent display, clearly showing that it is a vision
And Blackberry is back at the game. After some delays, the much awaited Blackberry Z10 that features the new Blackberry 10 OS is here. The phone is now available in UK and Canada, and will be officially available in US soil this March. Now the question is should you buy it? The problem in addressing
Google’s flagship smartphone, the Nexus, has a new iteration in the form of the Nexus 4. Following the limited release of the Galaxy Nexus, the Nexus 4 was slated to hit the stores in a nonchalant manner, with little expectations from critics other than being the "next Good Nexus phone." But after its November 13
The year 2012 has been a great period for mobile devices. Consumers were treated to a plethora of new and revamped gadgets, with the latest iPhone, iPad, and Samsung Galaxy series, all taking center stage. From fancy launch dates to viral advertisements, 2012 never let consumers down. But what can we expect as 2013 unfolds?