If the FCC listings are any indication, Motorola may be unveiling three new smartphones soon. Although Motorola has yet to make any official announcements, three phones passed the FCC recently, which point to possible new phones that have yet to be unveiled by the company.
Prior to the appearance of three new phones in the FCC listing, rumors have been circulating about what's Motorola has in store for consumers this year.
These rumors mentioned that the company may soon launch a high-end phone called Moto X "Kinzie," a third-generation Moto G 2015 and what seems to be a new Droid phone, which is an exclusive line up of phones that Motorola releases with Verizon. more >>
Children with disabilities have their resilience tested every day. Some go through their daily rituals without a single complaint, even though the challenges they face mean less time for fun and play. Then this wonderful campaign came along with an idea that is life changing for some kids.
The Umea Institute of Design in Sweden is transforming the daily struggles of what it's like being a kid with disability and turning it into this creative and fun experience. They aimed to have children who need prostheses become more involved in the designs from start to finish. These kids were given the ability to completely remake the current prosthetic limbs into something completely different.
Whatever he or she desires her hand to look like, they can make the vision a reality. That is simply amazing for these differently abled children. It allows them to have fun! more >>
HTC has unveiled not just one, but four new smartphones as part of its Desire line which will be available exclusively for the U.S. market. All four smartphones are considered to be part of the company's budget or mid-range phones which will cater to a specific segment in the market – those who are looking for reliable smartphones at a reasonable price.
According to a report in Tech Times, the four phones are called Desire 520, Desire 526, Desire 626 and Desire 626s, which will all have a Qualcomm Snapdragon 210 processor under the hood. These new handsets will be available through various mobile carriers in the US.
The report described the phones as "pocket-friendly," with plastic frames and as mentioned above less powerful specs, as compared to the high-end HTC One line up of smartphones, which are of course the company's top of the line flagship phones. more >>
While Samsung's upcoming phablet, the Galaxy Note 5, has been getting a lot of attention lately, a new tech report emerged this week pointing out to the South Korean company's first round smartwatch, the Samsung Gear A.
The wearable device, which is being called "Orbis" by insiders, is assumed to be unveiled alongside the Note 5 and probably the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus this Aug. 12.
In a report from SamMobile, details of the Gear A were revealed through its official developer SDK. more >>
If rumors are to be believed, Sony may be working on a radical re-design of its flagship phone series. According to reports that came out as early as May of this year, Sony is said to be working on a bezel-less design for their smartphones.
A Tech Times report shared images that were leaked about a phone that is called Sony Lavender which features such a bezel-less design, a first for Sony. Sony Lavender is rumored to be released as the Sony Xperia T4 Ultra, with model number E5503. If this is true, it will be the first Sony smartphone without side bezels.
The phone's rumored specifications are a 5.5-inch display, with a 1,080 x 1,920 Full HD resolution, and a 401 ppi pixel density. Under the hood, it will have a 64-bit MediaTek MT-6752 SoC, which has an octa-core 1.7GHz CPU and the Mali-T760 GPU. Its RAM is at 2 GB. Both the rear-facing and front-facing cameras will be 13-megapixel and will have an LED flash. This will also be another first, having the same specs for both of the phone's cameras. more >>
Freddy Fazbear and his animatronic buddies are coming to scare gamers earlier than expected. The fourth installment of the mobile horror-game "Five Nights at Freddy's" is getting an earlier release date this year. It was scheduled to be released in time for Halloween, on Oct. 31, 2015. Its release date has been moved earlier to Aug. 8.
The reason cited in the report is that the new release date is set to coincide with the one year anniversary of the first ever "Five Nights at Freddy's." The game first came out on August 8, 2014. Developed by Scott Cawthon with the help of crowdsourcing platform Greenlight, it was first available for Microsoft Windows, but mobile versions for iOS and Android were subsequently released.
Two sequels of the game immediately followed, one released in November 2014 and another released in March 2015. This coming installment is said to be the last of the series. Reception of the game has been generally positive, with the game at one time becoming one of the most downloaded games in app stores. more >>