Saturday, February 16, 2013

Newsletter 19 (Feb 16, 2013)

News on February 16, 2013

Press image of HTC One in Black leaks out, looks sleek : Click Here

Analyst: Samsung to manufacture 100 million Galaxy S IV phones : Click Here

Google to open stores in major metro areas to sell Nexus devices and more : Click Here

Orders being taken for 128GB Microsoft Surface Pro; device ships in two to three weeks : Click Here

Analyst: Nokia Tablet Won’t Debut At MWC 2013 : Click Here

Opera buys Skyfire browser that brought Flash video to iOS : Click Here

Xperia Z confirmed to hit European markets on February 21 : Click Here

Rethinking the flagship: The case for Nokia's Lumia 620 : Click Here

Newsletter 18 (Feb 16, 2013)

News On February 16, 2013

Sony Xperia ZL to hit Europe in April, priced at €599 : Click Here

Samsung announces REX series of features phones in India : Click Here

Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean makes a landing on the Nexus 4 : Click Here

WhatsApp beta for Android gets a Holo redesign : Click Here

Nokia Not Seeing Much Demand for QWERTY Devices? : Click Here

Skype video messaging coming today to Android and iOS : Click Here

Samsung and Apple held 52% of the smartphone market in Q4 : Click Here

Ubuntu Phone image coming February 21st to Galaxy Nexus and Nexus 4 : Click Here

Nokia Music+ Now Live (in UK) + Free 7 day Subscription : Click Here

Monday, February 4, 2013

Newsletter 17 (Feb 04, 2013)

News on February 04, 2013

Sony Xperia T gets the Android Jelly Bean update : Click Here

First 1000 Xperia Z buyers at various UK retailers to get Sony's premium MDR-1R cans : Click Here

Nokia willing to "consider any option" for a tablet OS : Click Here

Carbon for Android (the Twitter app) now available : Click Here

8 things that Microsoft needs to fix in Windows Phone 8 right now : Click Here

Three UK promises to provide LTE without increasing prices : Click Here

HP intros the Pavilion 14 Chromebook, its first Chrome OS device: available now for $330 : Click Here

Samsung Galaxy Frame, Star, Young, Pocket 2 and GT-I9150 benchmarks confirm Exynos will be kept for the high-ends : Click Here

HTC predicts flat or lower revenue and margins in Q1 this year : Click Here

GSMA unveils nominees for best smartphone, feature phone and tablet of the year award : Click Here

Sunday, February 3, 2013

Newsletter 16 (Feb 03, 2013)

News on February 03, 2013

HTC M7 expected to arrive on all US carriers other than Verizon : Click Here

Intel might produce an x86 Windows Phone as company seeks engineers familiar with the platform : Click Here 
ASUS sells nearly 1 million Padfone 2 units : Click Here

Apple executive negotiating $4.5 billion Apple iPad deal with Turkey : Click Here

Samsung Galaxy S II and Galaxy Note to get 4.1.2 in March : Click Here

CNET: Galaxy S4 announcement not coming at MWC 2013 : Click Here

Chromebooks now used in 2,000 schools around the world : Click Here

Are Google ads costing you money? : Click Here

Weekend Watch: Nokia Lumia 920 vs Samsung ATIV S : Click Here

Weekend Watch: Windows Phone 8 vs BlackBerry 10 : Click Here

Facebook going after hardcore gamers : Click Here

ABI: BlackBerry 10 to have installed base of 20 million in 2013 versus 45 million for Windows Phone : Click Here

Saturday, February 2, 2013

Newsletter 15 (Feb 02, 2013)

News on February 02, 2013
Sony Xperia SP may be HuaShan's real moniker, entry-level Xperia L rumored as well : Click Here

Windows Phone 7.8 is here! Update Now (How to Video) : Click Here
A look inside the new BlackBerry 10 mobile OS : Click Here

Press Release: HERE Platform from Nokia Powers Toyota Motor Europe’s Next Generation of Navigation and Infotainment Systems : Click Here

Samsung Galaxy S IV might launch in April : Click Here

Awesome cell phone facts: Biggest mobile carrier in the world : Click Here

Samsung will collaborate with other chipset makers for its affordable devices : Click Here

Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie coming in Q2 2013 : Click Here

BlackBerry in talks with Instagram and Netflix, apps may come to BlackBerry 10 : Click Here

Nvidia Project Shield's first prototype was little more than a gamepad attached to a smartphone with a piece of wood : Click Here

Dropbox now guaranteed massive success after Ballmer dismisses it as a ‘little startup’ : Click Here