News: Mobile Phones
Saturday, 27 Jun 2015
Apple iOS 9's Low Power mode extends your iOS device's battery life by throttling the processor. By what extent is performance affected? Read on to find out more.
Friday, 26 Jun 2015
BlackBerry CEO John Chen told reporters that the company may consider designing bacteria-free smartphones for use in the health-care industry, during a visit at a hospital north of Toronto.
Earlier today, DiGi announced the availability of its LTE services in Penang. There's also a road show going on now in Penang to celebrate this announcement. More details inside.
If you’ve chosen to stay on Build 10080 because of the hassles of going to 10136, you need not worry about them being present with 10149, as it doesn’t require you flash your phone to Windows Phone 8.1 first.
SNS Network's JOI Phone 5 and JOI 7 Lite were officially launched earlier today. Click here to find out more about these two new products that sport Intel's latest Atom x3 processors.
Apple recently removed almost all American Civil War games from the App Store due to the recent Charleston church shooting in South Carolina.
Monument Valley is a very good mobile game. One that costs US$3.99. But for today (and today only), it's free on Amazon Appstore, so get it while it doesn't cost you a thing.
vivo has officially introduced the new X5Pro smartphone, and as expected, it's a sleek-looking phone with high-end imaging capabilities.
Thursday, 25 Jun 2015
An industry source told Business Korea that Apple is "serious" about using organic light-emitting diode (OLED) displays for its iPhone lineup, which will also include the adoption of flexible panels.
The possibility of building an Android phone is not being ruled out, as long as it's secure, says BlackBerry CEO, John Chen during an interview with CNBC.