A Chinese website has allegedly outed the successor to Huawei's Ascend Mate 2, which launched in June. According to the report, the Ascend Mate 3 will launch this September, with the handset sporting thinner bezels and powerful internals.
Indian company Karbonn has released the A50S. While its specifications may not be impressive on their own, consider the fact that it costs just £26 ($44). It is available for purchase in India, though UK residents can also purchase the handset.
LG officially announced an Android-based version of the Tab Book. In terms of specifications, the Tab Book brings new meaning to the word 'overkill,' since nothing on Android will really push the Tab Book to its limits.
It's not quite "revolutionary" in our book, but Sceptre's addition of DVD functionality to its Color Series line of 32-inch HDTVs may be welcome news to parents of small children and anyone else that can find a use for a brightly colored TV.
Tango, the company behind the messaging app of the same name, has a new app that creates 30-second slideshows blending photos and music clips from Spotify. However, it may not have been ready for primetime, as it has since been pulled.
Beats Electronics moves one step closer to brandishing the Apple logo, as the $3 billion deal gains approval from the EU. The European Commission looked into both Beats' product lineup, and its music streaming service, finding no competition concerns.