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HTC One M9 ‘Hima’ rumor roundup and preview

It’s been a lackluster past few years for stumbling mobile giant HTC at the global box-office, and if the Taiwanese are ever to spark up a comeback, the next three to six months may well be critical. For the company’s stability on the whole and future prosperity. Clearly, the One M9 could take the role

Best Google Chromebooks money can buy in July 2014

I remember it as if it were yesterday. Perhaps anticipating the imminent fall of netbooks, Google envisioned a different type of inexpensive, compact laptops called Chromebooks in 2011. Highly reliant on the web, these would be initially berated and laughed out of the then competitive PC stage. But it’s not like Big G to give

Sony Xperia Z3 and Z3 Compact rumor roundup and preview: more of the same?

Normally, we’d not even dare tackle potentially game-changing Android devices such as Sony’s Xperia Z2 and Z1 Compact sequels collectively, in just one preview post, sending the message they’re not really important as standalone products. No matter how little we know (as in truly know) about them, and how distant their releases may seem. After

Asus flaunts international PadFone S hybrid ahead of Computex

With precisely a week left until the debut of Computex 2014, Asus is beginning to find it hard to keep its cards close to the chest. The June 3-7 technology fair in Taipei will no doubt see a host of new Asus-made gizmos come to light, including several LTE-enabled Zenfones. Also, a fresh entry into

Moto X+1 or Droid Ultra sequel? Motorola XT912A surfaces with Snapdragon 800

It’s no secret Motorola means business in spite of an impending Lenovo acquisition with still hard to guess ramifications, as an eclectic blend of ultra-affordable Moto devices and high-enders have been tipped of late for 2014 introductions. The leathery X+1, LTE-enabled G and dirt-cheap E are among these forthcoming potential box-office hits, with Droid Ultra,

Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet swings by FCC with Verizon-friendly LTE bands

Plagued by component shortages and thus unable to commercially launch the Xperia Z2 smartphone as swiftly as they’d have liked, Sony seems to be taking up the backup strategy to its 2014 world domination plan. Namely, the Japanese have their sights set on making Z2’s big brother, the aptly named Xperia Z2 Tablet, available on

HTC One (M8) vs Sony Xperia Z2 – Specs Comparison

After comparing and contrasting Samsung’s Galaxy S5 with Sony’s Xperia Z2, the GS5 with last year’s S4, HTC’s One (M8) with the 2013 One and the S5 with the M8, it’s come down to this. The One (M8) against the Xperia Z2 for the final win. Two apparent dark horses for the top-shelf Android crown,

HTC One (M8) vs Samsung Galaxy S5 – Specs Comparison

It’s weird, we expected both HTC One and Samsung Galaxy S4’s sequels to knock our socks off, enthrall and amaze with major upgrades like Quad HD display resolutions, bonkers 4 GB RAM modules, OIS cameras and significantly boosted Snapdragon 805 processors, but at the end of the day the One (M8) and Galaxy S5… just

Oppo Find 7 vs Samsung Galaxy S5 – Specs Comparison

Pretty much like no other Samsung-made flagship device in recent history, the Galaxy S5 has violently split the mobile tech world in half. On one side of the barricade, there are those who say Sammy’s latest top dog is far less gimmicky than some of its predecessors, raising the bar only where it needed to

Samsung Galaxy S5 vs LG G2 – Specs Comparison

As Samsung Galaxy S5’s commercial rollout draws near, it’s probably wise to get all the battles out of the way and see how the “next big thing” sizes up against its rivals beforehand. It’s the only way to make sure you’ll embark on a journey of informed buying decisions when the time comes to upgrade.

Samsung Galaxy S5: the good, the bad and the ugly

No one, or rather no sane person with the tiniest shred of common sense, expected Samsung’s Galaxy S5 to revolutionize the mobile landscape as we know it. There simply was no way, unless it packed fingerprint recognition, eye scanning features and the ability to cook dinner from scratch. Ultimately, it came with just one of