OnLive, the cloud-streaming online game service, has had its share of difficulties over the past week or so, including potentially having filed for a form of bankruptcy, as well as firing multiple employees.
In a move to assuage employees and customers, Cloud-gaming service provider OnLive has confirmed asset sale and assured continuation of services without interruption.
Microsoft’s upcoming Windows Phone 8 is likely to see a release date this fall, as manufacturers Nokia and HTC have been ramping up production of smartphones based on this platform, DigiTimes has reported.
Nokia, the Finnish handset manufacturer is all set to unveil new Windows 8 handsets in the first week of September during the Nokia World 2012 event.
Just a couple of weeks after Sprint announced that its HTC Evo 3D and Evo Design 4G would get Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update by "early August," the U.S. carrier has now started pushing out the over-the-air (OTA) updates for both the devices.
Ever since Google unveiled its new Jelly Bean operating system, the mobile industry has been buzzing about the new ?buttery? OS. The release date could be coming soon, as the search engine giant has just posted factory images of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean for its line of Nexus devices. These are the first smartphones and tablets to get the new operating system.
Windows Phone 8 is expected for a release date close to the Windows 8 rollout, and Samsung has just unveiled at least two potential devices it will be manufacturing. One will be called “Odyssey” and the other will be called “Marco.”
The release date for Apple’s iPhone 5 is reportedly set for Sept. 21, and is said to be accompanied by a new iPad Mini. This may be more than a month away, but some vendors are already selling cases for the upcoming iPhone 5.
In the wake of the release of Samsung's healthy financial results for the second quarter of 2012, research firm IDC let out a new report saying that the South Korean tech giant's smartphone division is considerably ahead of its arch rival Apple and the rest of the competition.
Microsoft’s new operating system, Windows 8, will launch in the fall, and it looks like the company is rolling out a brand new smartphone to go with it. Windows Phone 8 is rumored for a November 2012 release date, along with various other launches from the company.
Here's some real good news for HTC smartphone users. The company has confirmed that it will update three of its flagship smartphone namely HTC One X, One S and One XL to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean soon, the latest version of Google's mobile operating system.
Heating up the so-called smartphone patent war, HTC has filed two counterclaims against Apple in the Southern District of Florida, claiming that the iPhone-maker has infringed on two HP patents it acquired in December last year.
More Americans use iPhones than any version of Android smartphones, but Google's operating system bests Apple when it comes to marketshare, with 51.8 percent of smartphone users owning an Android handset compared to 34 percent with iPhones, according to new data released Thursday.
As news about Amazon testing its smartphone trickles down, the industry is agog with excitement of finding a smartphone that can usher in the goodies without much fuss.
Although rumors and speculations surrounding Apple's sixth generation iPhone, presumably called the iPhone 5, are at their peak, the highly anticipated smartphone is not likely to hit stores before the fall. But opportunistic traders on China's largest e-commerce platform, Taobao, seem to topple the Cupertino tech giant as they have started accepting iPhone 5 pre-orders, complete with fake pictures and purported technical specifications.
Google is pushing Android 4.1 Jelly Bean for Galaxy Nexus devices, but it seems that Samsung won?t be the only manufacturer featuring the sweet-themed software.
Samsung?s flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S3, is expected to drive the company?s profits to $5.9 billion for the second quarter, according to Reuters. This means that profits will surge by 79 percent during Q2, and the company is predicted to ship 19 million units by the third quarter.
Apple is highly expected to release its sixth generation iPhone, presumably called the iPhone 5, at some point of time later this year and if ongoing rumors turn to be true, the handset will get major upgrade in terms of its current form factor.
Android?s next operating system, known as Jelly Bean, has just been officially unveiled at Google?s I/O event earlier this week. The redesigned software, which includes a new notification menu and a new lock screen among other features, will reportedly make its way to new Samsung Galaxy Nexus phones in mid-July.
Thanks to unofficial ROMs, the newest version of the Android operating system is already available for latest high-end smartphones like the HTC One X and Samsung Galaxy S3. And now, the Samsung Galaxy S2 has also apparently got the taste of the latest Android desert.
Apple had its time to shine earlier in June, and now its Google?s turn. Google I/O 2012, the company?s annual developer?s conference, is expected to unveil the next Android operating system and its upcoming release in its Nexus-brand of devices. The keynote is set to launch in only a couple of hours, and here?s the final roundup of last minute rumors and what to expect from the search engine giant?s spotlight moment.
One of the members at the XDA-Developer forum named Lil Jones noticed that the section dedicated to the latest Samsung Galaxy Nexus in the Google Play Store mentioned the imminent software upgrade for the handset would be Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.