Monsters from Asia: the Fujitsu Arrows NX F-04G and the world’s first iris scanner

While it’s no secret that we’re fans of Japanese Sharp’s work when it comes to smartphones, another local vendor is also well worth our attention: Fujitsu. Indeed, its new Arrows NX F-04G is not only a decidedly flagship-level device, but also the first to hit the market with an embedded iris scanner… Here is a […]

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Windows Phone Weekly Digest: August 2, 2015

There’s a lot going on in the world of Windows Phone. So much, in fact, that it is sometimes tough to catch every important story. Device rumors come and go. New apps join the Windows Phone Store, and your favorite app can get a big update with a new look or new features. Therefore, every […]

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In pictures: Two generations of Moto G

In addition to some updated specs, the 2015 Moto G has a bit of a new look to it. If you were a bit bored by last year’s matte black finish (and ignored the fact that there were other shells you could purchase), well, things are looking up this time around. Both phones keep the […]

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Audiobooks.com brings its disappointing app to Android Auto

We’re not quite sure how Android Auto launched without an app for audiobooks, but such is the case. That’s changed now that Audiobooks.com has added support. But the experience … is not great. Here is a summary of 48150 at http://www.androidcentral.com and if you want to read full article you should go to original website and […]

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OnePlus fans line the block in the U.K. for free goodies and a look at the OnePlus 2

On a sunny Sunday morning in the U.K., OnePlus borrowed SwiftKey’s U.K. offices so that fans eager to see the OnePlus 2 could check out the recently unveiled handset. An hour and a half before the doors opened, the line numbered about 120, mostly male, OnePlus fans. The company, always looking to save money on […]

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Samsung Galaxy Note 4 vs Xiaomi Mi Note Pro poll results: Note 4 still THE phablet

A little over a week ago, we asked the PhoneArena readers to vote between the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and the Xiaomi Mi Note Pro in a battle for phablet supremacy. We’re now ready to share the results… Here is a summary of phonearena and if you want to read full article you should go […]

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HTC Desire 828w gets TENAA certification in China

A variation of the new HTC Desire 828 handset has been certified by China’s TENAA agency. This version, called the HTC Desire 828w, features larger, redesigned BoomSound stereo speakers in front. The unit will be offered in both single SIM and double SIM versions. The HTC Desire 828w will be equipped with a 5.5-inch 1080 […]

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Here are some of the best Xbox enabled Windows 10 Store games

Millions are discovering the new Windows Store for the first time this week. If you’re one of the lucky new Windows 10 owners, you’re about to find a whole lot of Xbox on your PC. Windows 10 includes a dedicated Xbox app, which is your gateway to the Xbox Live ecosystem. Whether you have an […]

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Get yourself into shape with these health and fitness apps

For the past few years we’ve trawled through BlackBerry World and rounded up a handful of fitness apps for you (here and here). And so we’ve browsed again for 2015. We’re slap bang in the middle of summer – even though the stormy weather I can hear outside my window as I write begs to […]

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Office Sway app for Windows 10 revealed in the Store

We know that Microsoft has a Windows 10 app planned for Office Sway and it appears as if its debut isn’t too far away. The app is now available in the Store, though it doesn’t actually work yet it seems. On opening we’re greeted with the message seen in the image above. Despite this, the […]

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