News: Mobile Phones
Friday, 2 Oct 2015
The Stagefright bug is back with a vengeance, and can now be distributed to Android devices through malicious audio files.
If you've updated to iOS 9 and find that it's eating up your data, you can try installing an ad-blocker app. The New York Times conducted some tests and found out that you could decrease data usage with ad-blockers.
The first of LG's V series phones was unveiled yesterday, and it's known as the V10. It comes with two screens and two front-facing cameras. More details about the V10 in the link.
Thursday, 1 Oct 2015
Lee Morris of Fstoppers just released a video comparing the video quality of the iPhone 6s and a Nikon D750, with fairly interesting results.
According to reports, the US Patent and Trademark Office has granted Apple a patent for a wraparound display that could possibly be used in future generations of iPhones. Read on to find out more!
Jason Mackenzie, the President for HTC America, tweeted about the roll-out schedule of Android 6.0 Marshmallow for some of the company's smartphones.
HTC has sent out invitations for a virtual event on October 20, which is when the company will likely announce the One A9 smartphone.
Someone at Microsoft’s mobile division may have gotten ahead of themselves and accidentally revealed the company’s Lumia 950 flagships on their online store.
Wednesday, 30 Sep 2015
Google confirmed that the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update will be available next week for the Nexus Player, 9, 7 (2013), 6 and 5, meaning that the Nexus 10, 7 (2012) and 4 will not get the latest Android upgrade.
Google delivered a one-two punch earlier today during their Nexus event in San Francisco. Not only did they unveil their latest flagship Android device, the Nexus 6P, they also unveiled another mid-range smartphone that’s both affordable and feature-packed – and it’s called the Nexus 5X.