AT&T has announced a new pilot program that is scheduled to start in New York City called Street Charge, which supports cellphone users who are in need of some extra battery juice by providing them with solar-powered charging stations around the city.
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“What if your smartphone could do this?” That is the title of the latest video published by T-Mobile U.S. on its YouTube channel yesterday. In the video we see footage from a smartphone as it follows a diver into a swimming pool. Pretty impressive, but what device is that?
There’s no doubt about it, affordable mid-range smartphones are storming the market. Sprint is the latest company to jump on the bandwagon, with the release of its exclusive Sprint Vital to be manufactured by ZTE.
The BBC has today unveiled a new weather app for smartphones running Android and iOS. Available to those in the U.K. and Ireland, it’s powered by Met Office data and provides all kinds of information that’ll help you plan for the day ahead, including hourly forecasts, and data on UV, pollen count, humidity, and more.
Samsung’s Galaxy S4 was always going to be a big seller — probably the best-selling Android smartphone of 2013 — but the Korean company has lost $12 billion in market value due to concerns that the two Galaxy S4 variants that were recently announced will have a detrimental affect on its profit margins.
Brokers are also concerned that the growth prospects for Samsung smartphone business have “dimmed” following rumors of a new iPhone trade-in program from Apple.
Having a hard time connecting to the Internet on your Three smartphone this morning? You’re not the only one. The British carrier has confirmed that it is currently suffering a glitch that is affecting data services across the whole of the U.K., but it promises it is working to fix it.
Android rules the worldwide smartphone market when it comes to market share, and its dominance in China could have a lot to do with that. At the end of the first quarter of 2013, Google’s platform claimed a whopping 51.4% share of all smartphones owned in China.
EE is currently the United Kingdom’s only 4G LTE network – it launched back in July 1 2010, under the name Everything Everywhere, which the management team decided to shorten to EE in September 2012. EE thrives on providing super fast 4G LTE internet to customers based in the UK, and starting today it launched its first 30-day SIM-only plans for smartphones.
The Galaxy S3 is the most recent in a long list of devices to receive the seal of approval from Verizon to get a software upgrade. Verizon’s latest update brings build VRBMD3 to the Galaxy S3, this brings a truck load of new features, such as multi-window, multi-screen and much more!
With the increasing use of NFC, it’s only natural that companies want to promote their NFC-enabled products, as much as possible. Sony is the latest company to jump on the bandwagon, publishing its ”With a Touch/First Touch” commercial on YouTube and on selected TV broadcasting channels.