The latest news from the world of technology. Smartphones, Gadgets, Laptops, PC's, Chromebooks, you name it, the news is probably here.
The Ubuntu Edge IndieGoGo campaign has been live for around 2 days now and has already raised a whopping $4,284,849. Yesterday Canonical announced that they'd hit the 10% mark and as well had sold completely out of the $600 "Day One" price band for the Ubuntu Edge phone and in replacement added a new "Double Edge" perk which for $1400 secured you two Ubuntu Edge mobiles at a discounted rate.
Tetris was falling down a skyscraper on Saturday night in Philadelphia as the symbol for the start of Philly Tech Week. LED lights were used on the side of a building so that players could use a joystick and play the worlds largest game of Tetris.
My favourite leakster, @evleaks has been at it again, this time revealing press renders of what appears to be the illusive white Nexus 5. This is the first 'official' look at what the device will look like in white, though again it hasn't been confirmed, @evleaks is rarely incorrect.
HTC has released another Technical Translation video which, once again, teases the All New HTC One, which is once again blurred out with any real information also being overdubbed. This latest video explains the Metal Unibody found on the current HTC One model.
Facebook has had a hard time over the years with their Android apps. Mostly the focus has gone onto their iOS app and us Android users were just left with an app which displayed the web version of the site, that was until we received our own native Facebook app which was almost as bad as the web version..
Last week we wrote about Motorola having another budget smartphone in the works that has recently been approved by Brazilian authorities, the phone was also spotted to come in three different versions, and now it's come to light that it may be called the Moto E and is set to debut in Mexico with Latin America to follow soon after, still no word on a US or European release date.
Earlier this week a UK retailer popped up a pre-order page for the LG Watch Urbane that the Korean company unveiled on Monday, and that very same pre-order page also included a price-tag for the more fashion-conscious smartwatch at £299.00 making it the most expensive Android Wear smartwatch to date.
When Finnish company Jolla announced the Sailfish powered smarphone, also called Jolla, I thought there was something odd about it. It looked like two smartphones had been sandwiched together, it wasn't until the company launched the new smart cover titled "The Other Half" that I realised that it really is two phones, sandwiched together!