Google’s $12.4 billion acquisition of Motorola has not brought Mountain View much success in the two years, with the two technology companies staying separated and Motorola still bringing rather mediocre devices to the market.
Author Jon Devo
Apple has yet to announce any new smartphones this year, but rumours are starting to pile up around the topic of the next iPhone. The smartphone will be an incremental upgrade from the iPhone 5 and come with a low-cost alternative.
figures from the UK seem to show a lot of demand for the new qwerty keyboard smartphone being developed by BlackBerry.
Notebooks could reach as low as $200 in the coming years according to Intel and instead of Windows 8 or Chrome OS, the notebooks will be running the mobile Android operating system.
Rumour has it Samsung will be releasing more than one version of the Galaxy S4, to make sure all their consumers are satisfied with the design of the smartphone.
LG may be shadowed by their South Korean rival in the smartphone market at the moment, but the company is reportedly preparing flexible OLED displays set for release this year.
BlackBerry has finally announced dates for the BlackBerry Q10 launch, although they have only added a specific date to the Canadian release date.
The two smartphones set to reshape Google’s stand in the mobile industry, with the X Phone opening up customisation and the Nexus 5 coming at such a cheap price with no carriers every US smartphone owner should jump on board.
Android has always been a mobile center for malware, considering it is the most used operating system worldwide and it has less heavy reviewing processes compared to Apple’s iOS, we can see why it would be targeted by malware attackers.