Microsoft says Facebook Home is “remarkably” reminiscent of Windows Phone

Facebook Home is an Android add-on that’s all about putting people ahead of apps. That concept, and implementation unveiled alongside the HTC First Facebook-oriented phone, sounds awfully familiar to Frank X. Shaw, Microsoft vice president of corporate communication. Shaw posted to the Microsoft blog that the theme of Home’s presentation yesterday was “remarkably similar to the launch event we did…

Samsung puts phone capabilities in a 16mp Galaxy Camera to create the Samsung S4 Zoom

Galaxy S4 Zoom Galaxy S4 Zoom Galaxy S4 Zoom Galaxy S4 Zoom Galaxy S4 Zoom Galaxy S4 Zoom Galaxy S4 Zoom Galaxy S4 Zoom Samsung has made it official: the Galaxy S4 Zoom will soon arrive as an Android device with 10x optical zoom, a 16-megapixel camera, and a Xenon Flash. Oh, and it can make phone calls, too. The…

HTC One demand will be met now that HTC is doubling production

HTC was disappointed by its previous struggles to meet production demands in the early days of the HTC One, but the Taiwanese manufacturer appears to have found a way to rapidly increase the number of smartphones its able to manufacture. Focus Taiwan reports that Jack Tong, president of HTC North Asia, says that HTC will double its production of the…

Galaxy S 4 Active vs. Galaxy S 4 first impressions [VIDEO]

Samsung Galaxy S 4 Active (AT&T) The Samsung Galaxy S 4 is obviously a great phone. We said as much in our Galaxy S 4 review and more than 10 million units sold makes that abundantly clear. But could the phone be better? What if there was a way to keep the same 5-inch 1080p HD display and expansive software…

Sprint announces Samsung Galaxy S III in Amethyst Purple for $99 [VIDEO]

The Galaxy S 4 is launching soon on Sprint, so you might think the carrier would stop putting effort into last year’s Galaxy S III. Sprint is actually putting more effort into the phone by announcing a new color option for the Galaxy S III. Sprint today announced that it will soon offer the Samsung Galaxy S III in Amethyst…

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…

HTC One Google Edition running stock Android rumors supported by multiple reports

HTC One Since Google revealed last week that it will launch a version of the Samsung Galaxy S 4 running stock Android Jelly Bean, Android fans have wondered if the same might be done for the HTC One. Reports from multiple websites now claim to confirm that an HTC One running stock Android will be announced soon. Russell Holly of…

Samsung ATIV Odyssey brings Windows Phone 8 to U.S. Cellular July 11

U.S. Cellular today announced the debut of its first Windows Phone 8 device, the Samsung ATIV Odyssey. Though the ATIV Odyssey debuted on Verizon Wireless in January, the release of the smartphone at U.S. Cellular marks the first time that a Windows Phone 8 handset has launched on the regional carrier. The Samsung ATIV Odyssey features a 4-inch Super AMOLED…

Samsung Galaxy S 4 vs Galaxy Note II [Video]

Samsung Galaxy S 4 vs. Samsung Galaxy Note II When it comes to smartphones, a few months can seem like a lifetime. So what happens when the Samsung Galaxy S 4 arrives and takes away all the attention from the Samsung Galaxy Note II, a phone that seemed to possess the best that Samsung had to offer? Is that still…

1 2 5