It's been a couple months, but a new render of Nokia's upcoming smartphone has hit the web and there's an interesting bit of info to be gleaned from the newly leaked image.
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A follow up to last year's hugely popular MiPad, the MiPad 2 promises the same high quality and performance that the last generation was known for, along with one new addition... Windows 10.
LG's new V10 is unusual in that it features a 'regular' 5.7-inch Quad HD screen, along with a tiny secondary display. It also comes with dual front-facing cameras, a Snapdragon 808 CPU and 4GB RAM.
If you own a device that runs an older version of Android, Google could potentially unlock your device remotely with a court order. This affects roughly 74% of Android devices on the market.
The Chinese Bluboo Xtouch smartphone was dropped from 20 feet -- or about 6 meters -- and managed to not only keep working but the screen hadn't even slightly shattered either.
If you live in the United States or Canada, you'll now be able to order a OnePlus X direct from OnePlus themselves without having to go through a reseller.
A crowdfunding website has started taking orders for the Pepsi-branded Android smartphone that was leaked recently, and will be making it available to backers in the near future.
Developers will be required to declare whether their apps contain ads and display a label on their Google Play Store listings starting early next year, or risk their apps being suspended.
Samsung is currently aiming to launch a new flip-phone called the SM-W2016, which packs an octa-core Exynos processor, with 3 GB of RAM. The smartphone is also a Galaxy S6 look-alike.
New statistics from Gartner have revealed that the market share of Windows Phone has fallen once again, dropping to 1.7%. This is nearly half of the 3.0% seen this time last year.
New features also include saving cloud storage space by retroactively downgrading photos from Original Quality to High Quality, thereby converting photos to the "unlimited" storage tier.
A Google engineer has warned users that the USB Type-C to Type-A cables and adapters being sold by OnePlus could potentially damage their devices due to a non-standard resistor.
If you are a Samsung device owner, a leaked update roadmap shows when Android 6.0 will be coming to your device. If you own a Note 5 or Edge Plus, Android 6.0 should be coming next month.
The software bridge that helps make native Android apps run on the new Windows 10 Mobile platform is experiencing significant setbacks that will delay its release, or worse.
It looks like BlackBerry might have another Android handset up its sleeve in the form of 'Vienna'. The leaked handset looks more like a traditional BlackBerry handset with exposed keyboard.
Alongside the global launch of the Firefox OS 2.5, Mozilla has released the Developer Preview version of the OS as an app for Android devices which can be used in building or testing apps.
Over four months after its launch on iOS, Apple Music is now available on Android as a beta - but while users will be able to sign up for a free three-month trial, the app isn't yet feature-complete.
RootJunky has shown off an exploit for Android's Factory Reset Protection feature that will allow thieves to activate stolen Samsung phones, even with the anti-theft feature enabled.
BlackBerry's Priv - which features a 5.4-inch dual-curved Quad HD display, hexa-core Snapdragon 808 CPU and slide-out keyboard - went on sale on AT&T last week, and will soon be available on Verizon.
From Work & Play and witless 'tweetbait', to Windows updates, Priv pricing, Xbox excitement, Cortana's fruity segue, and Microsoft's Red Hat love, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Xiaomi announced a successor to the Piston 3 IEMs just a couple of days ago, and we've already received a pair and spent some time with it in this Neowin-exclusive review.
According to at least one hacker and security expert, Microsoft's mobile OS gets top points for security. He claims that Windows Phone is the most secure mobile OS, beating both iOS and Android.
A year after its rollout began, Lollipop has finally reached a quarter of active Android devices - but the vast majority of devices are still running much older versions of the OS.
BlackBerry has revealed that it will be providing monthly security updates to its Android-powered Priv smartphone, in an effort to make the platform secure and ready for enterprise adoption.
Oukitel has shown off the power and durability of their U7 Pro and K10000 mobile phones by using them as chopping boards and to power up a hot plate hot enough to boil and cook noodles
We were given the opportunity to sit down with Wire CEO, Jonathan Christensen and discuss the reasoning behind Wire's existence, and how it looks to shape the future of online communications.
HTC has announced one of their very time-sensitive Hot Deals on the HTC Nexus 9, available on both the 16GB or 32GB WiFi only models as well as the 32GB LTE high end option.
In a set of tweets that are likely to set the Windows faithful on fire, Google VP of design concluded that Windows 10 wasn't much of an evolution from Windows XP 10 years ago.
Days after a report from the Wall Street Journal suggested that Chrome OS would be killed off and folded into Android, the tech giant has stated that Chrome OS is 'here to stay'.
AT&T has announced that it will be offering the BlackBerry PRIV starting on November 6th. Featuring a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, the Android device will be available for $249 on a two-year contract.
Alongside a recent update to the Snapchat app, the company has altered the policies surrounding the service. Among the changes is a term that allows Snapchat to publicly distribute user photos.
From launch days and Device Nights, to Kinect price cuts, hold-ups at HTC, trouble at TalkTalk, and a surprisingly affordable Kangaroo, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Respawn Entertainment has partnered with Nexon and Particle City in an effort to bring Titanfall games to Android and iOS platforms in 2016, promising a "deep rich mobile experience".
Google has published a new app called Who's Down for iOS and Android, which lets users declare their availability for plans and allow them to carry out group conversations with interested friends.
According to a new report, Google is planning to follow in Microsoft's footsteps and merge Chrome OS with its mobile offering, Android. The unified operating system is slated for a launch in 2017.
The Moto X Force is the 'world's first shatterproof' smartphone. It is the international variant of the Verizon-exclusive Droid Turbo 2, and it comes with top-of-the-line specifications.
Microsoft's experimental projects division, Garage, had been developing the Arrow Launcher for Android since a few months and now the app is finally available for download from the Google Play Store.
The teams behind the Acompli mail app and Sunrise calendar app are joining forces to make Microsoft's Outlook apps for mobile devices better than ever before, including a new look.
Google's latest Nexus device, the 5X is one of the latest devices to fall victim to the yellow tint issue. The issue could be being caused by the glue in the phone which still needs time to 'cure'.
Ahead of the eventual launch of Apple's new music service on Android, a collection of screenshots from the Android version of the app are available for your viewing pleasure.
The addition of active listening to Cortana continues Microsoft's ambitions on Android, though the beta's new feature suffers from inconsistent reliability and finicky requirements.
From PS4 price cuts and Microsoft Bites, to Xbox anticipation, Acer's pocket PC, Mint's Windows exit, and an extended wait for Edge extensions, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
BlackBerry is now accepting pre-orders directly for its new Priv flagship in the UK, US and Canada, and prices are slightly lower than expected - but the device will ship with Android 5.1.1 Lollipop.
Android 6.0 Marshmallow is already rolling out to some devices, but AT&T has just got around to releasing Android 5.1.1 - which was first compiled over six months ago - for its Samsung Galaxy S5.
Samsung briefly showed the Galaxy View last month - but the 18.4-inch Android tablet, which has a carry-handle to make it easy to move around the house, can be seen more clearly in new leaked images.
I recently picked up an iPhone 6s. These are my thoughts on the phone and the ecosystem as primarily an Android user, how the two experiences compare, and whether Android users should consider iOS.
The BlackBerry Priv briefly appeared on the company's web store, confirming many of its key specs, and revealing that the Android flagship will cost $750 off-contract in the US, and $949 in Canada.
Microsoft says its latest Android app is designed for 'capturing small bites of information on the go' - and in fact, it appears that 'Microsoft Bites' may have been its original name.
HTC has announced its One A9 that offers a pretty strong set of specifications for $399 USD. But let's take a look at another handset, the Meizu Pro 5 that will arrive in November.