A bunch of rumors have been bandied around over the course of the past three months, implying that Motorola is in the process of developing a new budget friendly, low-end Moto X variant, dubbed the DVX. However, a leaked upcoming magazine clipping reveals that the device will, in fact, be called the “Moto G” and is set to pack some pretty mediocre internals.
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The FAA has today announced that it will finally allow the use of certain electronic devices during all phases of flight — including takeoff and landing. We’ve long been able to use devices while the plane is in the air, but you’ll no longer be forced to turn them off and put them away at certain times.
Samsung recently revealed that its first Android-powered mirrorless camera, the Galaxy NX, will be making its way to the U.S. before the end of October, but the South Korean company failed to provide any details as to whether the Wi-Fi only or 4G model will touch down in the States. Now, a recent FCC filing has emerged, revealing that the device will support AT&T’s LTE and HSPA data services, thus confirming 4G capabilities.
The One max, HTC’s answer to the Galaxy Note 3, is expected to get its official unveiling on October 15. The device has already been pictured a number of times in a whole host of leaks, and from what we know about it so far, it’s well worth getting excited about.
When it comes to mobile gaming, the upcoming Google Nexus 5 could be one of the most impressive Android-powered smartphones to date. Leaked benchmarks that have surfaced online this week reveal the new device outperforms the Samsung Galaxy S4 and the HTC One in graphics performance, matching the new 64-bit iPhone 5s.
Hate the fact that your wireless carrier keeps your smartphone locked? President Obama does too. The White House has filed a petition with the Federal Communications Commission asking that wireless carriers be required to unlock all mobile devices.
We first caught a glimpse of the much-anticipated Nexus 5 at the Android KitKat statue unveiling last week, and now a device matching its description has made its way through the Federal Communication Commission (FCC). In a series of external images attached to the filing, we can gain a relatively clear view of the back, sides and front of this upcoming LG-manufactured handset.
I don’t know about you, but I’ve been itching to find out more about the LG Nexus 5 since it made an accidental appearance in the video for Google’s KitKat statue unveiling earlier this week. Fortunately for us, you can always rely on the FCC to tell the world about a secret, unreleased product weeks ahead of its official unveiling.
Codenamed the “D820,” the new device will have a 5-inch display, LTE connectivity, and a speedy Snapdragon 800 processor.
A recent FCC filing for an upcoming Android-powered Motorola smartphone has surfaced, which is rumored to be a budget friendly, low-end Moto X variant. The device is dubbed the “DVX,” and according to the filing will be available to purchase in three different models (XT1032, XT1033, XT1035).
Since Google’s launch of Chromecast on July 27, Sundair Pichai insisted that Google TV would evolve alongside its TV platform and that neither device would substitute the other. Now it looks like Sony is in the process of developing what could be a new Google TV-based product or a Chromecast competitor.