If you still think that BlackBerry's next high profile smartphone is some elaborate marketing stunt, better wake up, smell the coffee, and watch this video. Courtesy of Carphone Warehouse, we're getting a second-hand look at how the BlackBerry Passport would look and feel like in the real world. Aside from looking huge and awkward, it seems that the Passport is quite equipped to accomplish what BlackBerry is setting it out to do, to be a no-nonsense business-minded mobile device.
Another day, another smart home system, with Peq believed to be Best Buy's attempt to jump on the home automation bandwagon. Peq - pronounced "peek" - follows in the footsteps of similar systems like SmartThings, Revolv, and Staples Connect, with a central hub that wirelessly connects to various cameras, door and window sensors, thermostats, and more.
That Samsung is planning to launch the Galaxy Note 4 at its pre-IFA "Unpacked" event next month is hardly a secret by now, but the company probably isn't going to be pleased that full specifications for the phablet have just leaked. An Indonesian online retailer has jumped the gun on Samsung's September 3rd event, seemingly confirming things like the tasty QHD display.
Acer is set to give its 10,1-inch tablet another chance at life. Probably heading to IFA 2014 next month, the Iconia A3-A20 will carry on its predecessors' tradition of mixing entry-level hardware and budget prices. This time, however, the tablet will be wearing a different and better looking coat that will hide its otherwise mediocre innards.
The last time we brought you leaked iPhone 6 pictures, it was of the display, rumored to be fully assembled. At the time, I lamented we couldn’t see whether or not it was curved, as we’ve been led to believe it will be. A new round of leaks shows the display in much closer detail, as well as a few other iPhone details you might like.
Apple's new iPads are already in production, according to the latest supply chain leaks, with a refreshed iPad Air said to use a new anti-reflection coating that should make it easier to read on. The 9.7-inch iPad could get its official reveal as soon as the end of Q3 2014 or sometime earlier in Q4, insiders told Bloomberg, as well as giving a little extra news on the new iPad mini, too.
With all those iPhone 6 leaks we’ve been drowning in, one lingering question about the camera has persisted. The True Tone flash, Apple’s phenomenal method for creating the right lighting conditions, is oblong on the iPhone 5S. All pics of the iPhone 6 show a round flash cutout. Will True Tone be coming to the iPhone 6?
Microsoft has begun teasing its next smartphone launch, bringing a new model to IFA 2014 which could be the previously-rumored "selfie" Windows Phone. "Ready for more?" the Microsoft invitation asks, going on to suggest that press "join us for more face time" at an event on September 4th.
Here we go, iFans — an iPhone 6 screen assembly! This one is billed as a final production model, snapped form the line for a quick photo romp in the car. As you can see in the pic, both the black and white models are shown, offering a first look at the iPhone 6 you might have in your hand soon.