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  1. We’ve been seeing LG G3 rumors pop up left and right this month, but today we’re getting a look at another upcoming phone from the South Korean company. A press render of the device, apparently called the LG isai FL and headed to Japan, surfaced online today with a sleek Nexus 5-inspired design courtesy of trusted tipster @evleaks. The LG isai FL features a frame similar to the Nexus 5, though with a few design improvements and a custom user interface. The phone’s creators appear to have trimmed away as much bezel as possible, especially from above the screen. On the back we’ve still got LG’s
  2. After months of rumors, Amazon may be close to unveiling its first smartphone, a report says. Photos obtained by BGR claim to show a prototype of Amazon's long-fabled smartphone. As previous reports have indicated, five cameras are clearly visible on the front of the device. There's a camera in each corner and one standard front-facing camera. The photos didn't show the back of the device, but we're assuming that there's a main camera on the back for taking photos, since BGR reports that there are six cameras total. The cameras on the front are meant for creating 3-D visual effects, as other o
  3. Heartbleed has left a worst impression worldwide affecting millions of websites and is also supposed to put millions of Smartphones and tablets users at a great risk. Heartbleed is a critical bug (CVE-2014-0160) in the popular OpenSSL cryptographic software library, that actually resides in the OpenSSL's implementation of the TLS/DTLS heartbeat extension, which allows attackers to read portions of the affected server’s memory, potentially revealing users data such as usernames, passwords, and credit card numbers, that the server did not intend to reveal. OpenSSL is a widely-used cryptographic
  4. A new set of notification alert sounds and ringtones have landed in Ubuntu Touch, ahead of its first release on Thursday October 17th. The majority of the new sounds are formulaic (‘Latin’, ‘Soul’, etc) or familiar, while a handful sound like something out of a 2003 polyphonic ringtone club subscription! Download the amazing Ubuntu Phone ringtones NOW! ENJOY!!! ENJOY!!! ENJOY!!! SOURCE
  5. hitminion

    Galaxy S2 Problem

    Hello Nsane, So I have a Samsung Galaxy S2 phone and I am having this frustrating problem. It's like this, my android is on the table and i press the Home Button to check for any notifications and I realize it's off so I Long Press the Power Button to turn it on nothing happens. The only way to turn it on is by removing the battery and putting it back again and then Long Pressing the Power Button will turn my S2 on. I honestly don't know what is causing this, if it is a hardware or a software problem. It's very annoying because sometime awaiting for an important call while your android is dead
  6. Introduction Camera shootouts are a proud GSMArena tradition and the latest edition features by far the most technologically advanced cameraphones yet. We have large sensors, sky-high resolution, optical image stabilization, clever image processing and a selection of cool tricks all in pocketable packages with flagship-grade hardware and software. Six top notch phones, three smart platforms, and a total just shy of a hundred million pixels, prepare to meet the contenders. Obviously, this shootout just has to include the Nokia Lumia 1020 - it took over from the 808 PureView as the most a
  7. China Telecom currently enjoys a great working relationship with Samsung. The two companies have often partnered together to bring varying devices to the Chinese market and it isn’t any great secret that the telecom company is a big fan of luxury Samsung flip devices. If you like something and it works for you and your customers, then it makes perfect sense to continue the trend, which is exactly what has happened again as China Telecom and Samsung have introduce the new SCH-W2014 clamshell phone during a charity concert in Nanjing. The annual Heart Of The World concert may not be de
  8. According to T-Mobile, November 20th is one of the release dates for the Nexus 5. That is the day the device will make it to T-Mobile stores; however, if you want to get it a bit earlier, the device will be on sale through T-Mobile's website starting November 14th. Of course, as was the case with the Nexus 4, unless you really need to be on T-Mobile's equipment installment plan, you might be better off buying the Nexus 5 directly from Google and just getting the SIM from T-Mobile. Directly from Google, the Nexus 5 will set you back just $350 (plus taxes and shipping), but you would hav
  9. A video on Asus' YouTube channel reveals the latest Android and Windows smartphone/tablet accessory from the Taiwan based manufacturer. The Asus TransKeyboard connects to your slate or phone using Bluetooth connectivity. The TransKeyboard is slim and includes a micro USB port so that you can recharge the battery inside the unit. The cover folds back to become a stand for your tablet or handset, using magnets to keep it in place and propping up your device at the perfect angle for typing. Unfortunately, the YouTube video is the only indication we have that such a product exists. In other wo
  10. Six new bugs uncovered in Google's mobile platform shows how every Android-powered device – more than a billion devices in all – are vulnerable to malware thanks to privilege escalation issues. On the whole, mobile operating systems seem to be pretty secure, but new bugs uncovered in Google's mobile platform shows how every Android-powered device – more than a billion devices in all – are vulnerable to malware thanks to privilege escalation issues. Researchers from Indiana University and Microsoft published a paper that describes a new class of Android vulnerabilities called Pileup flaws. Pile
  11. Hi Guys, how long have you been using Android, how well can you customize your home screen? Whats your favourite home screen setup? Show Off your Screenshot Below :showoff: :showoff: :showoff:
  12. Lenovo showcased its new flagship -- the K920 -- at an event in China some month and a half ago, and it appears that the company is gearing for an actually release very soon -- on August 5th. The K920 is Lenovo's most impressive flagship yet, and it's literally filled to the brim with bleeding edge hardware that will leave nobody wanting. We're talking a 6-inch, Quad HD (1440 x 2560) IPS display by Japan's JDI, apparently capable of brightness levels of up to 630 nits, an LTE-enabled quad-core Snapdragon 801 processor, and 3GB of RAM. There's also a 16-megapixel camera with optical image sta
  13. The 2014 FIFA World Cup has an official smartphone, and it’s the Xperia Z2. This makes perfect sense, seeing as Sony is one of the World Cup’s biggest sponsors. Sony has produced a video highlighting their sponsorship while simultaneously pumping everyone up about the games. It seems that the cell phone manufacturer has taken a very nationalistic approach with the promo, highlighting the excitement of rooting for your country during the games. Sony is also attaching a prize to the promotion: the Sony Football Challenge. Participants must use the Xperia Lounge App to be a part of the
  14. Amazon has unveiled its first smartphone. It's called the Amazon Fire Phone and its main selling points are bound to be Amazon's reach in terms of content services, as well as the unique 3D UI dubbed Dynamic Perspective. This much talked about feature changes what's depicted on the screen depending on where you are in relation to the phone. It accomplishes this by tracking your eyes with four specialized cameras that are located in the front corners of the handset. Dynamic Perspective ties in nicely with tilt gestures that allow you to initiate actions by simply moving the phone. For ex
  15. The first thing to note is that, at present, Android Wear is built only for Android smartphones. In the future, it’s very likely that Google will humor those rocking an Apple iPhone, but during these early stages, it makes sense for everything to be kept in-house, as it were. Given the close-up clips we showed you of some of Android Wear’s initial devices, it’s probable that you’ll be wanting to know if your smartphone is Android Wear-ready, and in actual fact, it’s very easy to check. Below, we’ve prepared a very short tutorial on the subject, so if you’re keen to grab a Moto 360 or
  16. Microsoft having officially taken over Nokia, we could be about to see our very first Lumia running on Android. Courtesy of a leak by perpetual informant Evleaks, a “Nokia by Microsoft” handset running on Android could be forthcoming, although teasingly, we don’t have any further details at this point. Given that Microsoft is actively trying to promote and improve its own mobile platform, going for a device running on stock Android, or a variant thereof, would seem an odd tactic, but there are ways in which the Redmond could tweak the experience to suit Windows Phone. By using the Android
  17. MediaTek has officially announced the MT6795 chipset. The latest addition is a 64-bit True Octa-core 4G LTE enabled chip and comes with the ability to support 2K display. The MT6795 is clocked at 2.2GHz and features the company’s CorePilot technology, which provides multi-processor performance and thermal control. The new chip sports a dual-channel LPDDR3 running at 933MHz for top-end memory bandwidth in a smartphone. MediaTek’s newest offering support 120Hz displays and has the capability to create and playback 480 frames per second 1080p Full HD Super-Slow Motion videos. Here’s a list of ke
  18. Alcatel, Apple, BLU, Nokia, LG, Samsung, Motorola, HTC, Blackberry, ZTE, Etc... Please state the make and model... Does it have the stock rom, custom/rooted, or jailbreaked? What apps & games do you have on it? Will you upgrade it in the future? My Phone Sony Xperia Z1 C6903 Stock Kitkat 4.4.4 Android ROM (14.4.A.0.108) Apps: 360 Security Accuweather BBM Facebook Facebook Messenger Whatsapp Instagram Line Link2SD WeChat Twitter Zedge Telegram Tumblr Camera 360 Skype Contacts+ Vine Games: Subway Surfer Metal Slug Defense Bejeweled Blitz Farm Heroes Saga FarmVille 2 Country Escape Bubble Wit
  19. With the advent of mobile payments and more and more users storing sensitive information on their smartphones, security is becoming a greater concern. That is why the following story is so harrowing: a man’s son was able to reset his Android phone’s password, and all he needed was access to his phone. The following exploit doesn’t require any knowledge of a user’s Google account; all you would need is access to the person’s phone. A Reddit user recounts the process in detail: “I just discovered what seems to me a massive security loophole. Please someone tell me if the following makes any sen
  20. Samsung's Tizen project has been plagued by delays, not least in the launch of its first handset with the OS to be launched commercially, the Samsung Z, which it announced back in June. That device was originally expected in mid-2013, before being pushed back to the end of the year, and was again delayed in January 2014, before finally making its début a couple of months ago. The Samsung Z was supposed to be going on sale round about now, but the company recently decided to indefinitely delay the launch of the device in its first market, Russia. This has led to considerable speculation about t
  21. Detailed by the Wall Street Journal, Starwood Hotels & Resorts is transitioning to a keyless entry system at two locations in the United States. Rolling out first at Aloft Hotel locations in New York City and Silicon Valley, guests of the hotel can download a mobile application to their smartphone before arriving. Rather than visiting the front desk to check into their room, the guest simply checks-in through the app and can go directly to their hotel room for the night. At the door, the guest pulls up a virtual key on the smartphone and unlocks the door by either tapping or turning the ph
  22. \ A Korean website published this product image of what is, allegedly, the first Samsung Tizen-based smartphone to be sold to consumers. It's called ZEQ9000, which probably means it's coming from a similar place as the previous Samsung Tizen phones that we know of - the SM-Z9000 and the SM-Z9005. Its eventual market name could be “Zeke” - according to the source, Samsung has filed for this new brand last August. It's hard to say whether this leak is reliable or not, but the smartphone's design - not a wildly imaginative designer's concept, but a familiar textured plastic affair, seems authen
  23. Motorola caught the tech media’s attention when it unveiled the surprisingly capable Moto G smartphone for just $179 off contract. That comparatively tiny fee brings buyers a 4.5-inch display with 720p HD resolution, a 1.2GHz quad-core processor, 8GB of storage and a 5-megapixel camera, all wrapped in a reasonably attractive case. But $179 is still a bit pricey in emerging markets where industry watchers are still expecting growth, so Motorola plans to limbo even lower. “In much of the world $179 is a lot of money so there’s a big market at a price point of less than $179,” Motorola CEO De
  24. Microsoft is currently running two promotions that might be of interest to people looking to get a new device and get rid of an old one. The first one is a trade-in deal that can net you up to $250 worth of store credit if you trade in an old smartphone or a tablet. There are serious restrictions though – first of, the deal is for US Microsoft stores (including Puerto Rico) and Canada. Second, it must be a working device, with no cracks on the screen, no water damage and you must even provide the original charger and other accessories. The device must also not be password protected (to preve
  25. Geeksphone recently made headlines for collaborating on the allegedly NSA-proof Blackphone, but the Spanish startup is also hard at work on its own flagship handset. The first photos of the Geeksphone Revolution were recently leaked online by German site Mobile Geeks, showing off the dual-booting Android-Firefox OS handset. The company has since confirmed that the pictures are authentic. The Revolution comes equipped with a 4.7-inch IPS qHD display, a 1.6 GHz dual-core Intel Atom processor, and a 2000mAh battery. The device appears to come in black or white and feature a slightly curved des
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