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Remember Palm smartphones? They may return in 2015

Days after a mysterious website hinted that the famous Palm brand name could be about to make a return, TCL/Alcatel has confirmed the news. The so-called "Palm project" will involve rebuilding the brand and promises "absolute breakthrough innovations."


The Boss Phone is a monster of a smartphone that promises to keep your data safe

Yes, the Boss Phone is an absolute mammoth of a smartphone. Look past the size, however, and you'll find a smartphone that brings root-level protection through Tor -- the first of its kind.


Sony’s new Bravia TVs are slimmer than an Xperia and as smart as an Android

Android TV is invading Sony's lineup of TVs for 2015. The 4K displays of Sony's Bravia TVs will be powered by Android TV, have Netflix's stamp of approval and will support HDR content.

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Alcatel POP 10 tablet unveiled, supports 4G and turns into a laptop

Alcatel OneTouch's new POP 10 Android tablet is a slim offering that supports 4G LTE and runs the latest Android 5.0 Lollipop platform.


ZTE Star 2

When voice control works, it’s hugely satisfying and often, a real time saver. But when it doesn’t work, it’s hugely frustrating. And, until now, we haven’t found a voice control system that actually works. ZTE wants to become the master of…

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Camera phone? Phone camera? Panasonic’s CM1 blurs the line for sharper snaps (Updated)

Panasonic surprised us at Photokina 2014 with the CM1 "connected camera," an interesting hybrid between smartphone and compact camera. Besides a 1-inch sensor and prime Leica lens, it can shoot short 4K clips. We take a closer look.


LG’s curved G Flex 2 is faster, sexier, tougher, and bendier than last year

LG's newly announced G Flex 2 is faster, better looking, and more durable than the original - plus it has been given a healthy spec upgrade, resulting in a phone that's more desirable than even the G3.


HTC reveals entry-level Desire 320 at CES 2015

If you have a tight budget then the entry-level HTC Desire 320 might just tempt you. It was announced at CES today and will be coming to the UK soon.


For Android fans on a budget, check out the Archos 50 Diamond and 80b Helium

Right in time for CES 2015, Archos, primarily known for making cheap Android smartphones and tablets, continues its trend by announcing the 50 Diamond Android smartphone and 80b Helium Android tablet.


Doctor on Demand wants you to skip the ER visit for a video chat on your phone

Doctor on Demand brings doctors and psychologists to your phone via a mobile app. Its video chat appointments are revolutionizing health care.