• Sony presents the world’s first ever 4K smartphone

    Sony presents the world’s first ever 4K smartphone0

    Even if Sony Xperia Z5 Premium were not the first ever smartphone with a 4K display, it still has a lot of nice and attractive features that can attract customers. So let’s have a closer look at that brand new model that is coming in November 2015. One can expect 4K screen to be huge

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  • Project Ara will launch, but not in Puerto Rico

    Project Ara will launch, but not in Puerto Rico0

    A Google spokeswoman confirmed that the presentation of the new project, named Ara, will move from Puerto Rico. A new place of Ara’s launch will be announced later. Do it yourself: a new look at the smartphone making process Project Ara is due to be the start of the global smartphone-making process. The main idea

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  • Free calls from Sprint

    Free calls from Sprint0

    Sprint is an American telecommunications company that provides wireless services and is a global Internet carrier that created a new strategy to meet clients’ needs in the field of cheap telecommunication that will make communication with friends and relatives cheaper. On Monday, the company introduced its new Open World plan that includes free calls and

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  • Nextbit wants to launch the new premium smartphone

    Nextbit wants to launch the new premium smartphone0

    An app-maker Nextbit is going to reveal a ‘friggin’ awesome’ gadget, according to its CEO Tom Moss. The company is moving from software-making to hardware-providing mobile startup. The new phone will compete with popular HTC and Apple devices. San-Francisco-based startup even hired HTC’s former design head Scott Croyle to work on this project. Imagine a

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  • Turn your body Into a mobile pad with iSkin

    Turn your body Into a mobile pad with iSkin0

    A group of scientists from Germany provides a new gadget named iSkin. It is a pressure-sensitive sensor with biocompatible silicone cover. You can wear it on almost any part of your body, from finger to ear. The idea of unusual usage of silicone-covered sensors came up while creating a new, touch-responsive synthetic skin for robots.

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