When Samsung released its Samsung Galaxy Note Edge earlier this month, the smartphone made a lot of headlines because of two things: one, because of the phone's unique edge-curved screen, and because by October, it will be launched first in South Korea only.
Now, it has been reported that the Galaxy Note Edge was a "limited-edition concept," not intended for the mass market, according to ZDNet Korea.
This isn't the first time that Samsung released a limited edition curved device. It can be recalled that the company launched the Galaxy Round last year, and it wasn't widely available as well. more >>
Executive chairman of Google Eric Schmidt reportedly created serious political fallout for a significant number of legislators Monday when he accused the prominent American Legislative Exchange Council of "literally lying" about climate change in explaining why the company is no longer a member of the organization.
On its website, ALEC says it "works to advance limited government, free markets and federalism at the state level through a nonpartisan public-private partnership of America's state legislators, members of the private sector and the general public."
The BlackBerry Classic release date is imminent, according to reports, with some even putting the date as Wednesday, Sept. 24. Canadian telecommunications company BlackBerry Limited, formerly known as Research in Motion, could launch the BlackBerry "Q20" Classic alongside their BlackBerry Passport or wait until later this year to unveil the device.
Photos and video of the BlackBerry Classic have been leaked on weibo.com and show that the smartphone's dimensions are about 5.11 x 2.83 x .35 inches (130 x 72 x 9 mm). The 8-minute video showcases some of the features and design of the device.
BlackBerry Limited has not commented on the leaked photos and videos except to say that the device will be "crafted from premium materials and designed for reliability and durability." Reports point to a Sept. 24 release date alongside the BlackBerry Passport, though sites like Geeky-Gadgets.com and others have speculated that the device may not be unveiled until November or even early December, just in time for a holiday release. more >>
Congregations across the United States are adopting new domain names using '.church' made available last week for Internet addresses and early indicators show that they are increasing in popularity, according to experts.
One congregation that has opted to embrace the new option is Brookhaven United Methodist Church of Brookhaven, Georgia.
With the release of Apple Pay along with the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, and Apple Watch, many Apple device users have registered to use the new NFC operated payment system announced on Sept. 9.
In response, Paypal, the eBay owned electronic payment platform took out a full page advertisement in several U.S. publications on Monday, which includes USA Today, the San Francisco Chronicle, and the New York Times.
"We the people want our money safer than our selfies. Paypal, protecting the people economy," the ad reads. more >>
Dragon Age: Inquisition is an upcoming action role-playing game developed by BioWare and published by Electronic Arts. The game is scheduled to be released on Nov. 18 for the PlayStation 3, Playstation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and the PC.
The title is a sequel to the first two games, Dragon Age: Origins and Dragon Age II, making it the third main title in the Dragon Age series.
The game is to be set in the continent of Thedas, the world where the two previous games were set. For Inquisition, the traversable areas will be multiple sizes bigger than its predecessors with one map described as being four to five times the size of Ferelden, the setting of the first game. more >>