The iPhone 6 rumors are increasing, and following some recent tips we've heard comes word from the Japanese publication Nikkei, which says the next Apple handset could be arriving "as early as September". In addition, the publication says the Apple smartphone will "likely" arrive in both rumored sizes.
A source speaking to The New York Times on Tuesday hinted at upcoming legislation that would aim to end the NSA's controversial bulk phone records collection. Today the Obama administration has introduced that legislation, getting it in a day sooner than the original deadline given to the Department of Justice.
If the intent is to completely destroy your new HTC One (M8), then you need to have a look at the video below. If you want to really know – what not to do – then again, watch the video. Basically, you get a lowdown on how your keys, a butcher knife, a pocketknife and a hammer affect the device.
The NSA's bulk phone records collection has been a hot topic since first surfacing amidst the Edward Snowden leaks last year. According to a source that has spoke to The New York Times, it is also the topic of upcoming legislation to be proposed by President Obama that would put an end to the controversial program.
Improving its initial double-tap to unlock feature that came in with the G2, LG has announced a new, and more secure interface for accessing LG Smartphones: the Knock Code. Models like the G Pro 2, G2 mini, F Series and L Series will come with this new feature, and the older versions will get replaced via a firmware update starting in April.
We've heard a lot of rumors and tips on the anticipated iPhone 6 over past months, some that have already been shot down, others that look promising. Among them all has been word Apple is producing two different models with different screen sizes, one measuring in at 4.7-inches and the other at a larger 5.5-inches. According to the latest source, the latter among those two sizes has an uncertain future.