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Google launches new line of entry-level $100 Android One smartphones in India

Google launches new line of entry-level $100 Android One smartphones in India

Google has recently announced the launch of its Android One initiative, under which the company will offer entry-level, $100 Android handsets in India, starting from September 15. The cost of the Android One handsets in India will begin at Rs. 6,399, or approximately $105.

Sony’s new flagship, Xperia Z2, now available in US

Sony’s new flagship, Xperia Z2, now available in US

Sony has revealed in a recent announcement that its newest handset - the Xperia Z2 - has finally hit the US market, after delays. The availability of the Xperia Z2 handset in the US comes months after the device became available for sale in other regions.

Motorola to shut down its Fort Worth smartphone assembly plant by the end of the year

Motorola to shut down its Fort Worth smartphone assembly plant by the end of the

A recent report in the Fort Worth Star-Telegram has revealed that Google's Motorola Mobility smartphone business - which the company is selling to Chinese device maker Lenovo - will shutter its smartphone assembly plant in Fort Worth, Texas, by the end of this year.

Apple furious over Dr Dre’s leak of Beats acquisition

Apple furious over Dr Dre’s leak of Beats acquisition

With tech giant Apple's reported acquisition of headphone brand Beats Electronics - in a $3.2 billion deal - apparently having been delayed due to reasons unknown, a Billboard report has projected that the delay is, in part, a result of the fact that the news of the acquisition was leaked; thereby triggering media frenzy.

Samsung inflicts extensive abuse on its forthcoming handsets at its testing facilities

Samsung inflicts extensive abuse on its forthcoming handsets at its testing faci

At South Korean device maker Samsung's headquarters, extensive abuse is inflicted on the devices manufactured by the company, so as to ensure that the devices can withstand the careless handling of the ham-fisted users.

Google reportedly working on an affordable sub-$100 Nexus-branded handset

Google reportedly working on an affordable sub-$100 Nexus-branded handset

According to a BGR report, Google is apparently working on a mid-range Nexus handset which will be priced at below $100. The affordable sub-$100 version of the Nexus phone will be the cheapest handset under the Nexus branding, which underscores a popular lineup of devices due to two key points --- super affordability and powerful tech specifications.

Sprint to roll out Android ‘KitKat’ update to more Samsung Galaxy devices

Sprint to roll out Android ‘KitKat’ update to more Samsung Galaxy devices

In a Wednesday announcement, US wireless carrier Sprint said that it has plans underway to roll out Android 4.4.2 'KitKat' updates to more Samsung Galaxy smartphones. The announcement comes close on the heels of Sprint's move to issue the Android 4.4.2 update for Samsung Galaxy S4 and Galaxy Note 3.

HTC One has won the iF gold product design award

HTC One has won the iF gold product design award

In a recent announcement, Taiwanese device maker HTC Corp. has revealed that its popular flagship handset, the HTC One, has bagged yet another global honor --- the iF gold product design award.

Ground-breaking new smartphones unveiled at 2014 MWC

Ground-breaking new smartphones unveiled at 2014  MWC

With the annual Mobile World Congress (MWC) event unfolding the opportunity for smartphone manufacturers to showcase their new handsets, the recently-concluded 2014 MWC - held from February 24-27 at Barcelona, Spain - witnessed the almost simultaneous launch of some ground-breaking new smartphones.

Google's Project Ara aims to sell $50 customizable modular smartphones by 2015

Google's Project Ara aims to sell $50 customizable modular smartphones by 2015

In a recent disclosure to the Time magazine about its latest "moonshot" Project Ara initiative involving a modular phone, Google has revealed that it aims to sell $50-priced customizable modular handsets by early 2015.

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