Sony has announced a new line of external batteries for your mobile phones and tablets. The batteries come in small, flat and super thin shapes. The company has announced several models of external batteries, ranging from 3500 mAh to 7000 mAh versions. These batteries use Sony’s thin laminate technology, which holds battery components together. It reduces the weight and materials.
The Apple iPhone5 has launched and the device has reached the hands of millions of iFans. Though there had been much hype about the device performance, post-launch reports had gone into a disappointing mode.
The official Redbox app for Android had not undergone much of a change ever since its introduction early last year. It now has received an upgrade and has been pushed out as new version 3.0.
Samsung has officially announced a release date for the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 in the US market. Ever since the introduction of the Note 2 at IFA Berlin 2012, the techworld has been waiting impatiently for its market launch.
As you all know, Verizon’s 4G LTE network covers more than 75 percent of United States population. And now the network company has launched its 4G Long Term Evolution network in more destinations.
An excellent prepaid Android phone from ZTE has landed on Boost Mobile territory. Christened Warp, this ZTE smartphone brings in a 4.3 inch display at 480-by-800-pixel resolution.
Casio has announced the release of its new digital camera EX-ZR1000. Part of the high speed EXILIM series, the device promises quick shooting capabilities that the series is known for. The manufacturer has added a new graphic user interface and synchronized hardware too.
The Samsung Galaxy Exhilarate on AT&T has started receiving the official upgrade to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. When it was first launched in mid-June on AT&T, it came with 4G LTE connectivity and an alluring price of $49.99. It then ran on Android 2.3, which was not the latest version of Google’s OS.
It was only four months back when Sprint kick started its 4G LTE network, but within this limited period the carrier has travelled a lot ahead. The carrier ‘s CEO Dan Hesse has now revealed that his company has sold more than one million LTE devices. This number also includes the iPhone5 pre-orders. This is a major milestone for the company.
A few days ago, HTC’s new flagship model HTC One X+ had passed through the FCC gates, and since then rumors have been rife that the device will come riding AT & T or T-Mobile. But now a source related to HTC suggests that T-Mobile version of the smartphone could be delayed.