The new Google Nexus is scheduled to be launched soon. This time being developed by HTC and they have decided to take the flagship Android phone to a whole new level. It has already been revealed that the new Nexus will come pre-installed with the latest Android OS, Android 7 or Android N or Android Nougat (they all are the same). Along with that, new reports are showing that the new Nexus will also be highlighting some new features which are said to be added by HTC.
HTC moments ago released their new flagship phone for 2013, the HTC One. And it is nothing short of a killer device. So what’s so special about this phone that Apple and Samsung fanboys need to know about? Read on for more details on the new device.
As you may know, Sony had a countdown timer on their site, and when it reached zero, they were supposed to announce something new. But, like us, Sony couldn’t hold onto it much longer, and made the countdown timer tick to zero, about a week before it should have, and what they announced, isn’t something which you might consider really special. Read More
AT&T have just announced that they have acquired T-Mobile for a whooping $39 billion. The carrier will spend over $39 billion to acquire T-Mobile, the only other carrier apart from AT&T that operates on the GSM band.
The acquisition means that AT&T will now become the only carrier in the United States to operate on the GSM Band. All T-Mobile customers will now be served by AT&T. Read More
Google has just made its second iteration of the Nexus series, Nexus S available in Korea, Hong Kong, and Australia. Users from these countries can now get the Google phone with Android 3.0 from Google’s website at google.kr/nexus (Korea), google.hk/nexus (Hong Kong), or google.au/nexus (Australia). The Nexus S features an amazing 4 inch display, rear and front-facing cameras, all Google mobile Apps preinstalled, and loads of other great features.
Google’s Android has kicked Nokia’s Symbian operating system for smart phones to become the top smart phone operating system. This shift was expected as Android runs on devices manufactured by several different companies, while Nokia’s Symbian runs only on devices manufactured by Nokia.
Verizon has today published a new commercial that showcases the Verizon iPhone 4. With this new advertisement, Verizon also aims to thank the millions of people who waited for the Verizon iPhone. A voice in the advertisement says, “To our millions of customers, who never stopped believing this day would come.” Just as the clock strikes 12, a girl says “Thank you.”
Here is another hint that a Verizon iPhone is not far away. Today, Verizon acquired iphoneonverizon.com and iphoneforverizon.com domains. The domains were owned by a smart guy who also owns iPhoneonatt.com, iPhoneonsprint.com and more.