Heavy and thick, the ToughPad FZ-G1 is the tablet to have when the going gets rough
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Ideal for Sprint customers that have been stuck at 3G speeds for data usage on their mobile devices, Sprint has rolled out more 4G LTE support in new markets all over the United States.
Definitely a horrible place to leave something potentially expensive, a UPS driver in Missouri thought it would be a great idea to leave a package containing a tablet inside a trash can along the street.
A new report from Gigaom reveals a bold new pathway Google's Chromecast in 2014, including international release, an open SDK, and the possible creation of a new protocol called Google Cast, which could be released in devices across the electronics industry.
Do you subscribe to AT&T's Internet service? Do you engage in some five-finger discounting through the use of illegal P2P file sharing sites in the like? You may want to read up on AT&T's latest patent then.
Huawei has announced the Honor 3X, its first smartphone to use an eight-core processor. Unlike early, similar chips from Samsung, the Honor 3X can use all eight cores at the same time.
As if the Moto X didn't already have enough customization options for you to spend hours poring over, maker Motorola is thought to be on the verge of launching a number of wood backs to ensure you spend even more time on its Moto Maker site.
Nokia was rumored to be planning an 8-inch Windows tablet, following on from the 10-inch Lumia 2520, but a new report indicates the project may have been cancelled. The tablet was known as the Lumia 2020, and under the codename of Illusionist.
Amazon is looking to score a few extra tablets sales over the holiday shopping season with the offer an interest-free installment plan allowing customers to spread the cost of a Kindle Fire HDX slate over nine months.
LG has taken the Optimus G Pro and given it a small update, primarily in the name department. To fall in line with its new branding, the G Pro has been replaced by the LG Gx, which comes complete with 4G LTE connectivity.
Following Android 4.4 KitKat's launch on the Nexus 5, various other manufacturers have been busy confirming the new software will be coming to their phones in the near future. Is yours on the list?
Mobiado, a Canadian company which produces luxury mobile phones, has announced a new model. The Professional 3 AF is made from aluminum, stainless steel and sapphire crystal, but lacks a high tech spec.
A screenshot leaked to Twitter suggests that the major Windows Phone 8.1 update will move its navigation buttons to the software interface, following the lead set by the stock version of Android.
Google has removed an experimental Android feature that allowed users to customize individual app permissions (such as location and network access) independently. This App Ops tool has been taken out of Android 4.4.2.
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In addition to detecting stuff like smoke and carbon monoxide, Birdi can give you detailed stats on the air quality in your home and shoot you suggestions on how to improve it. Read on to learn more.
Google and LG appear to be shipping a slightly revised version of the Nexus 5, which cures commonly faced problems such as rattly buttons, poor speaker performance, and a SIM tray that just won't fit properly.
Fitness-focused wearable tech is a fast-growing market, with Magellan's Echo 'smart running watch' the latest device to hit the market. As its name suggests, it's primarily aimed at runners, though any type of fitness fanatic is likely to find it useful.
There's certainly plenty happening in the messaging space just at the moment. As social media giants Twitter and Instagram take an increasing interest in private messaging, Kik announced on Thursday its user base has crossed the 100m mark.
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The organization that represents all five major wireless carriers in the U.S. has agreed to policy changes that will allow customers to have their cell phones unlocked within two days after a request to do so is made, as long as the customers have satisfied…
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