Samsung has today launched Milk VR, an app that delivers immersive, 360-degree videos to the Galaxy Note 4-powered platform.
LG Electronics announced today that new products set to debut in the United States during the first half of next year Ã¢â‚¬â€œ from appliances to air solutions to home entertainment devices.
Chinese device maker OPPO has launched the OPPO R5 in India at Rs 29,990, which will be available for pre-order from January 1, 2015.
Pixe Social has announced its partnership with the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), producers of the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES), to provide the official social photo sharing solution at the 2015 Show held in Las Vegas, NV between January 6-9, 2015.
Samsung has announced the worldÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s first commercially available LTE Advanced (LTE-A) Tri-Band Carrier Aggregation (CA) smartphone. The LTE-A Tri-Band CA enabled Galaxy Note 4 will provide a download peak speed of 300Mbps, four times faster than the speed of todayÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s 4G LTE service.
Panoramic video tech from 360Heros creates interactive virtual reality content for viewing with Samsung Gear VR and Google cardboard VR viewers. When paired with these headsets, content created with 360Heros camera systems allows users to explore environments in full immersion.
A Delhi High Court has lifted a ban on the sale of OnePlus One handsets in India. The same court had imposed the ban on December 16.
Mugen Power Batteries has announced the new HLI-N910SL Mugen Power 3320mAh Extended Battery for Samsung Galaxy Note 4 which extends the time consumers can use this popular device.
New pictures have now appeared online showing off the Samsung Z1 Tizen smartphone and specs state that the handset will have 768MB of RAM and 4GB of native storage.
Kodak and Bullitt Group, have announced that they will launch a range of Android-powered mobile devices offering best-in-class image management software and features along with great design and UI.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen has demoted the companyÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s head of sales, on the heels of poorer-than-expected third quarter results and as part of a broader set of management changes at the company.
Smartphone app developer, Confide, launched an ad campaign on Tuesday, offering the business version of its self-destruct tool to entertainment studios, networks and labels for free, in perpetuity.