Nokia on Mobile World Congress 2014 announced that launch of the new Nokia X budget Android phone that use Google’s Android operating system. The Nokia X+ will cost 99 euros and the Nokia XL will cost 109 euros, with both going on sale in early March.
Russian mobile phone company Yota unveiled its YotaPhone dual screened Android smartphone at the Mobile World Congress 2014 in Barcelona. It has a quad core processor and second display on the back of the phone which should help the phone retain its battery which gives 58 to 68 hours of phone use for basic tasks. […]
Apple on Friday released the latest update for iOS. This Apple security update fixes iOS vulnerability related to SSL connection issue, which was causing encryption vulnerability earlier. According to the Apple ralease notes, the previous versions of iOS was missing key SSL validation steps that kept Secure Transport from validating authentic connections, making it possible […]
Facebook buys WhatsApp for $19 billion. WhatsApp is the most popular messaging app for smartphones, according to OnDevice Research. On announcing the deal Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg referenced this specifically: “There are countries [such as] Korea or Japan where another messaging service is bigger, but if you look across the world, WhatsApp – across Europe, […]
Blackberry CEO outrage at T-Mobile iPhone offer. T-Mobile sent emails last week advertising a free upgrade to an iPhone 5s and calling it “a great offer for Blackberry customers”. After Blackberry customers complained on social media, chief executive John Chen called the promotion “inappropriate and ill-conceived”. From the official BlackBerry blog: “I want to thank […]