There's a lot to love about the LG G3, and the manufacturer has tried to capture those elements in its latest handset, the unashamedly mid-tier LG G3 Beat. This smartphone isn't a mini variant; instead, it is aimed at those with modest needs who want, as LG calls it, "a similar premium experience" as the flagship sibling.
On its Samsung Exynos Twitter account, the Korean company tweeted an image teasing the future of its chipset with a sly image. In it, we see a large smartphone with an eye in the middle and a scanner-like circle around it. While no specifics were given, this might indicate the upcoming Galaxy Note 4 will include retinal scanning.
The upcoming iPhone 6 has long been rumored to exist in two sizes: 4.7-inches and 5.5-inches. Of these, the 5.5-inch model in particular has been more of a mystery, appearing less frequently in leaks and, on more than one occasion, being tipped as troublesome on the manufacturing level. The latest report on the model is no different, suggesting that the larger of the two iPhone 6 handsets will launch later on in the year, or possibly not until 2015.
Calls made to 911 from a wireless device may not be as accurate as they need to be. A new study shows that roughly 10% of calls made to 911 from mobile phones in Washington D.C. have the necessary data for responders to help those in need. Just over 385,000 calls were made to 911 from mobile devices, with just shy of 40,000 having the right information.
Many of us update to new smartphones fairly frequently, and many elect to sell their old phone on eBay or elsewhere, doing a quick factory reset beforehand. To demonstrate that such a method isn't adequate enough to protect your privacy, security company Avast bought 20 used phones and set out to see how much data it could harvest from them.
Blackberry has explained the design philosophy behind its uniquely-shaped Passport smartphone, and it revolves around the company's biggest market: business. Whether on the government or corporate level, business users differ from everyday users, and that's what the large display aims to meet.
Around this time in 2012, the beloved media player VLC arrived in the Google Play Store as a beta offering for Android users. Though it has been available since then, US and Canadian users have been relegated to grabbing the APK from the VLC website and installing manually, something that has finally come to an end.