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Apple and Google have finally encrypted your phone data by default. And that’s a bad thing?
Google introduced the price competitive Android One today in India.
NTT DOCOMO releases white paper on its 5G network which the company plans to launch on a commercial basis in 2020, the year Tokyo hosts the Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Apple Watch will be available in early 2015 starting at $349 (US).
Apple iPhone 6 and iPhone plus announced offering 4.7 -inch and 5.5 -inch Retina HD displays and feature the Apple-designed A8 chip.
IDT and Intel partner to bring A4WP-based wireless charging to the market.
India's mobile-ad impression volume grows 260% since July 2013 mainly driven by the shift to smart devices dominated almost entirely by the Android platform.
Sprint takes aim at T-mobile with price match guarantee.
Amazon offers its Fire smartphone for 99 cents with a two-year contract including one full year of Prime. Fire is available exclusively on AT&T.
This reviewer compares the upcoming iPhone 6 with the hard-to-get OnePlus One and comes up with some conclusions.