Rumors have emerged HTC is planning to launch its HTC A9 before the year ends.
Taiwanese smartphone manufacturer HTC may be looking to reverse its fortune with a new smartphone called the HTC A9 it is reportedly launching by November.
Also known as the HTC Aero, rumors have surfaced it will appear in the market, not as a flagship handset, but as one of US carrier Sprint's high-end products. more >>
An actual image of what may be the upcoming Huawei Nexus phablet have been leaked online featuring a prominent rear camera hump.
Just days after leaked renders of what is assumed to be Huawei's Nexus phablet made its rounds online, new images have surfaced of the alleged actual device.
While the source of the images have yet to be verified as genuine, they appeared on the Google Plus account of user Tiesen Fu, who claims they were passed on to him from a friend. more >>
LG recently unveiled its latest Android tablet, the 10.1-inch G Pad II featuring a Snapdragon 800 processor.
South Korean tech company LG has introduced the big brother of its second generation home country-exclusive 8-inch G Pad tablet - the 10.1-inch G Pad II, which offers users beefier hardware and a businesslike design.
The G Pad II sports a 1920 x 1200 display with a 2.26 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 chipset, 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal memory, expandable via its microSD slot. more >>
Season 2 of "Attack on Titan" will return in 2016, but already spoilers have emerged foretelling the upcoming season.
"Attack on Titan" Season 2 is likely to be the season fans find out how humans evolved into titans, as well as the identities of Colossal Titan and Armored Titan from the last season, and who originally built the wall.
With Season 1 revealing Annie Leonhart to be the defeated Female Titan, and covering the first 34 chapters of the popular Japanese manga series with its four story arcs, it was assumed director Tetsuro Araki would have to wait longer before commencing on Season 2. more >>
A Muslim family in Lahore, Pakistan, has abducted, tortured and shot their 23-year-old daughter and her Christian husband, leaving them for dead, in retaliation for their daughter's conversion to Christianity.
The 28-year-old husband, Aleem Masih, was killed in the late-July incident after taking three shots, including one to the head. His wife, Nadia, was shot in the midsection and remains in critical condition in the hospital, the Christian persecution monitor Morning Star News reported.
The Masihs got married about a year ago after Nadia gave her life to Jesus at the dismay of her Muslim parents. The Masihs decided to flee to the Narang Mandi, a town about 37 miles from Lahore, to avoid being victimized by an act of honor violence from Nadia's family after Aleem and his family members were continuously threatened. more >>
A prominent Christian lawyer in China has been detained amid the ongoing cross removal campaign across churches in the country's eastern province.
Zhang Kai, a Christian lawyer in China, had been unreachable for two days after authorities arrested him on Tuesday. On Thursday, his colleague Yang Xingquan said their law firm in Beijing received no update about the detained lawyer, according to an AP report published by AOL.
Authorities in Wenzhou were given a deadline to take down all the crosses from the roofs of Christian churches in the city. Wenzhou is home to many Catholic and Protestant churches and is known as "China's Jerusalem," Radio Free Asia reports. more >>