Saul Berenbaum

Saul Berenbaum

Former Digital Trends Contributor
Saul Berenbaum has been writing film and gaming reviews since college. Recently, he contributed to HardcoreDroid. Now he writes daily mobile news articles for Digital Trends, with some independent film work on the side.
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You can finally renew: The Galaxy S4 is available on Verizon

After a bit of a delay, Samsung's flagship device is now available on Verizon's 4G LTE network. Here you'll find our Samsung Galaxy S4 review, troubleshooting tips, accessory guide, and news coverage.
Mobile

HTC One approaching 5 million units sold

An anonymous HTC executive told the Wall Street Journal on Wednesday that the HTC One has nearly reached 5 million units sold, about a month after launching. However, he also said it's still too early to know if it's doing as well as it…
Mobile

Watch this: A live orchestra plays ‘Carmen’ using only smartphones and tablets

'Hello Bank!' which alleges to be Europe's first fully-digital mobile bank, has a new spot featuring the Czech National Symphony Orchestra playing "Carmen" on smartphones and tablets, synced together over Wi-Fi.
Mobile

Qualcomm’s next-gen Mirasol display goes Retina

Today at SID Display Week, Qualcomm showed off its next-gen reflective Mirasol display by way of a few product mock-ups. The power-saving screen technology will 577ppi for super-high pixel density.
Mobile

Google Play redesigned for tablets and the web

Before Google's I/O keynote on Wednesday, Google Play Store version 4.1.6 started rolling out, featuring more colorful tabs and an improved "Update All" feature. The Play Store's website has also been updated.
Android Army

Only one in ten American smartphone users would use Glass regularly

A new study by BiTE interactive has shown that only one in ten American smartphone users would use Google's next-gen device, citing "social awkwardness," and "discomfort," as the primary reasons.
Mobile

Samsung tests super fast 10 Gigabit 5G wireless speeds, coming in 2020

Samsung announced on Monday that it had successfully tested its 5G network, expected by 2020, with 10 Gigabits per second uploads and downloads. They're not alone in the 5G field, either.
Mobile

Starbucks is trying out wireless phone charging in Boston shops

The war for dominance in wireless charging between the Power Matters Alliance (PMA) and Wireless Power Consortium (WPC) may be drawing to a close, as Starbucks has begun to test PMA-approved charging stations in Boston.
Mobile

35 percent of Google’s products are shut down

A new study has shown that 35 percent of Google's all-time product line has been shut down, with social products and acquisitions faring the worst. The Google Reader, as well, is scheduled to be shut down later this summer.
Mobile

Hulu Plus comes to Windows Phone, finally

The Windows Phone Store has added one of its most requested apps - Hulu Plus. $8 a month grants you unlimited HD streaming of movies, TV shows, and more, but some ads remain.
Mobile

The One is helping, but not yet saving HTC

HTC has released its revenue report for the month of April. They rose 26 percent over March, thanks to the HTC One's release, but they were still down 37 percent from April of last year, which has some analysts worried.
Mobile

Budget iPhone rumors re-emerge, looks like it may not come to U.S.

Rumors coming out of Apple's Taiwan supply chain point to a new, "cost-efficient" iPhone that could be unveiled soon. The device would be implemented quarter-by-quarter in emerging markets.