Following the recent leak that hinted such an announcement was forthcoming, Verizon Wireless has announced that the latest Moto X (check out our review) and accompanying Moto Maker will be arriving at the carrier on September 26 (that's tomorrow). We've got all the details and pricing after the jump.
What’s that, a Sony mobile device event set for one day after HTC’s similar event - in the same city? Not too massive a coincidence, but still: there’s no way they didn’t at least guess at one another. What we’re guessing here is that Sony will bring their full collection of Xperia Z3 devices to the United States in style.
This December 5th, 2014, the age of Nokia Sync will be over. This affects the Nokia Series 40, Nokia N9, and a number of Nokia Symbian phones. I know you’re sad, and I know you’ll miss it. Today we show respect for the system that kept your Nokia device connected to your PC - love and respect.
If you recall my last column here on SlashGear, you’ll remember that I lamented the fact that I was unable to reserve an iPhone 6 Plus on launch day due to overwhelming demand before I even had a chance to wake up. I was concerned that Apple has essentially created a preordering system that puts people on the East coast out and leaves those of us over here with a more difficult chance to get the iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus.
You may ridicule it for its size or its bending abilities, but the iPhone 6 Plus will not fail you even if you accidentally drop it while sky diving. This is what Richard Ryan, mobile device torturer extraordinaire, discovered for himself in the latest "test", if you could still call it that, of Apple's largest smartphone to date.
The Motorola handset codenamed "Shamu" has reportedly surfaced in a pair of images showing a distinctly Moto X-like design. Among the rumors comes the claim that the phone will offer a 5.92-inch display and a body that trumps that measurement slightly. We've got the rest of the details after the jump.
It might seem strange to those that understand how widely the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge is launching that the company would call the device a "limited edition concept." That’s just what Samsung Electronic president D J Lee has suggested though, several regions around the world won’t see the device released at all.
It’s not a brand new concept, but there certainly aren’t very many people who’ve taken advantage of the ability: turning off pixels on your Android smartphone. Suppose you’ve got a massively dense display, full of thousands of pixels, and you’re just about to run out of battery. Wouldn’t it be great if you could turn off a piece of your screen and run a whole lot longer?