Google Reader is dead but the race to replace the RSS feed is very alive

Today, July 1, marks the end of an era: Google Reader is officially no more. For those of you mourning this loss, we send our deepest condolences – it’s difficult, we know. You’ve grown used to this customized feed that pulls what you want from where you want. The death of Google Reader has, however, instilled a renewed interested in the RSS feed…

Yahoo! Mail for Android updated with Dropbox attachments integration

On the heels of Dropbox’s Dropbox Platform unveiling, Yahoo Mail for Android updated on Tuesday with the ability to send files of any size while on the go via Dropbox attachments integration. Read:Dropbox unveils Dropbox Platform, cloud syncing for third-party apps Yahoo initially collaborated with Dropbox in April as a way to make the email experience simpler for customers. On…

Samsung Galaxy S 4 Review (Sprint)

Galaxy S 4 It’s good to be king, especially when Samsung knows that it reached the top position after some early missteps. The Behold didn’t earn the Korean manufacturer many friends, but the Galaxy S showed that Samsung could twist Android’s software just enough to combine interesting features with limit-pushing hardware. The Galaxy S II proved that Samsung was no…

HTC Butterfly S delivers 3,200 mAh battery, 1.9GHz Snapdragon 600, and a 5-inch 1080p display

Find more videos on our YouTube channel! The HTC Butterfly S, the follow-up to the phone known as the DROID DNA in the United States, has been announced as an updated version of the phone that brings some of the best of the HTC One to a new device. Just like the HTC One, the Butterfly S has BoomSound dual…

Nokia Lumia 1020 official: 41-megapixel, release date and price revealed

The Nokia Lumia 1020 has arrived complete with 41-megapixel sensor in tow. The phone, which is the spiritual successor to the PureView 808, albeit running Windows Phone 8, boasts the most advanced imaging tech we have ever seen in a smartphone. On top of the impressive f/2.2 camera with Carl Zeiss lens and Xenon flash, the phone also includes a…

Low-cost ‘plastic’ iPhone imagined in fresh 3D renderings

Fresh illustrations depicting what Apple’s long-rumoured ‘cheap’ iPhone could look like have emerged online, giving us yet another vision of a handset that’s effectively a unicorn of the smartphone world. Designed lovingly by the good folks at Apple Insider, based on recently leaked schematics of the so-called ‘iPhone Light’, the concept reveals a white handset sporting a plastic casing with…

AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note Jelly Bean update now underway

The Samsung Galaxy Note – and yes, I’m referring to the original Note that debuted on AT&T in early 2012 – is receiving a big update to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean beginning today. AT&T has announced that it has made Jelly Bean available through the Samsung Kies PC and Mac application, so customers can download and install Android 4.1 on…

Official: LG names the LG G2 as the flagship Optimus G successor, ahead of August media event

Well, it’s officialLG has officially named the successor to its flagship Optimus G as the “LG G2″ – dropping the Optimus name from its high-end smartphone line. The naming revelation came ahead of LG’s event on 7 August, when it plans to spill all of the details of the LG G2, including official design and specifications. In a press release…

20-megapixel Sony Xperia i1 'Honami' coming before end of year, says Sony Korea CEO

With the Nokia Lumia 1020 now official, that’s two smartphones on the market with a greater emphasis on the camera than ever before. Sony is to join the party by the end of year, says Kenji Sakai, itsCEO for Korea, with its 20-megapixel Sony Xperia i1, the phone also being touted under its codename “Honami”. The Sony Korea boss was…

Nokia Q2 financial results in, Lumia sales up by 32 per cent and losses stabilising, streaking ahead of BlackBerry

Nokia has published its interim financial report for Q2 2013 and the firm seems to be stabilising, posting a dramatically smaller loss year-on-year. Last year, the company reported a loss of 824 million euros, this time around that’s down to 115 million. It’s still in the red, but signs are that things are improving. That is thanksin no small part…

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