Seek Thermal has rolled out the red carpet for its new camera for smartphones that goes by the same name. The Seek thermal camera is an accessory for one's mobile small enough to fit in a pocket and able to capture the parts of our surrounding world otherwise invisible to the naked eye. The device launched today for $199 USD.
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.
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.
The iPhone 6 Plus -- we've seen a million leaks of bits and parts that were all said to belong to the handset, but the folks at iFixit are giving us our first official look at the phone's innards. They've just wrapped up their teardown of the larger iPhone 6 model (check out our review), and we've got all the details for you after the jump.
“Launching something is difficult”, says OnePlus via a new blog post. They’re right. With OnePlus’ slow rollout for their One smartphone, the Android faithful fervently position to get their hands on one of the best Android handsets around. Via a new and open pre-order process, starting next month, more people will be able to snatch a One, or at least wait in line for it.
Verizon customers chomping at the bit to get the iPhone 6 or the iPhone 6 Plus as soon as possible are in luck: those with a smartphone upgrade eligibility date of November 15, 2014 or sooner will now be seeing that date changed for an immediate upgrade, allowing them to swap out their current handset for Apple's shiny new smartphone.