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PayPal Debuts Biometric And Smartwatch Integration With Samsung

Fancy being able to use fingerprints to enable payment verification on PayPal for making purchases? Having announced that feature with the Samsung Galaxy S5 at Mobile World Congress back In February, PayPal finally debuted that integration today — letting users … Read more ›

PayPal Debuts Its Biometrics And Smartwatch Integrations With Samsung

After announcing integrations with the Samsung Galaxy S5 at Mobile World Congress In February, PayPal is finally debuting the integration today, allowing users in 25 countries to login to PayPal with their fingerprint. Read More

Samsung’s Galaxy S5 and Gear wearable devices go on sale in 125 countries worldwide

Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S5 back at Mobile World Congress in February, and today the company announced that its new flagship smartphone and its Gear wearable devices have gone on sale in 125 markets across the world. Samsung saysShow More Summary

BlackBerry Q20 Renamed ‘BlackBerry Classic’

At the Mobile World Congress 2014, where the company showed off BlackBerry Z3, CEO John Chen said that they’re working on a high-end QWERTY model which will go back to the Bold’s roots. The company hasn’t shown it as yet, but Chen did tease a bit about it at MWC. Show More Summary

LG G3 Screenshot Sees More “Flat” Design (Rumor)

The smartphone that was non-existent at the Mobile World Congress that was held in February earlier this year, the LG G3, has had its fair share of rumors. Among them include the possibility of a 5.5? display and an octa-core MediaTek...Show More Summary

Geeksphone Selling Phone in Europe That Runs Firefox OS and Android

There have been a lot of interesting developments surrounding Mozilla's Firefox OS platform and smartphones built on it. Mozilla made clear at the recent Mobile World Congress conference that it wants to seed a market for $25 phones based on the platform, putting smartphones in the hands of many people who haven't owned mobile phones before. Show More Summary

LG L70 rumored for MetroPCS

LG refreshed its mid-range lineup with the new L Series III ahead of Mobile World Congress, and now it appears one of them is headed to the U.S. Twitter leaker @evleaks has published shots of the L70 with MetroPCS branding.

Nokia X hands-on

It's a Nokia, with Android, minus the Google Nokia made a big deal out of the Nokia X – and it's sibling products, the X+ and XL – back at Mobile World Congress, it's first foray into the Android world. But it's not exactly Android in the sense we're familiar with in these parts. Show More Summary

Sony Xperia Z2 Delays Ramp Up

At Mobile World Congress in February Sony unveiled its latest flagship, the Sony Xperia Z2. The smartphone is destined to take on the likes of Samsung Galaxy S5 and HTC One M8, but it appears that delays may keep it from taking on the rivals. Show More Summary

Samsung Enables Vertical Display Orientation In Gear Fit

Back in February, at the Mobile World Congress 2014, Samsung unveiled a trio of wearable devices. Apart from two smartwatches, the company also launched an activity tracker called Gear Fit. Apart from the fact that it also tells theShow More Summary

Samsung’s Gear Fit is far more practical after its latest update

Samsung went all in on wearables at Mobile World Congress this year, introducing three new models in the Gear lineup: the Gear 2, Gear 2 Neo and Gear Fit. The Gear Fit was the biggest departure of the bunch, and subsequently the most discussed, but the horizontal orientation of its display left us scratching our heads. Show More Summary

Samsung Gear Fit updated with portrait orientation mode

Software fix brings easier readability for Samsung's sleekest smartwatch The Samsung Gear Fit is easily the most eye-catching of Samsung's latest batch of wearables, but the version we saw back at Mobile World Congress came with one big usability gripe — a landscape display on what's supposed to be a wrist-readable device. Show More Summary

Gear 2 Neo Not Compatible With Galaxy Note 3 For Now

At the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona last month, Samsung showed off three new wearable devices. Two of them were smartwatches, with Gear 2 Neo being the second. They’re set to hit shelves come April 11th alongside the Samsung Galaxy S5, though some early adopters have already been able to get their hands on the smartwatches. Show More Summary

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Specs Purportedly Leaked

Back at the Mobile World Congress 2014 in Barcelona, Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S5. There had been a lot of rumors about the expected specifications prior to the announcement, and not all rumors turned out to be true. Since then many...Show More Summary

BlackBerry Z3 Compared With Z10 And Z30

BlackBerry Z3 hasn’t been seen much in the flesh ever since it was unveiled back at the Mobile World Congress 2014 in Barcelona. The company’s new low-end smartphone has been designed and developed in collaboration with Foxconn. ItsShow More Summary

Intel releases 64-bit-optimized KitKat, talks new chips for Chromebooks

At its Developer Forum in China today, Intel reportedly confirmed the release of a version of Android 4.4 KitKat optimized for 64-bit Intel Architecture chips, following up on its recent announcements at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.

Nokia Lumia 1820 Could Feature QHD Display And Snapdragon 805 Chipset

When it comes to the Nokia Lumia 1820, there has been plenty said about it in the past, where many people did expect it to be unveiled at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, earlier this year. Too bad for the masses, the Nokia...Show More Summary

T-Mobile LG L90 This April 23rd (Rumor)

In February this year, the LG L90 was already announced ahead of Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, where they happened to be part of the brand new L Series III, which is the South Korean company’s range that will deliver mid-range priced devices without sacrificing on performance. Show More Summary

Sony Xperia Z2 Sets Foot In North America Next Month

Back at the Mobile World Congress 2014 in February, Sony unveiled its new flagship smartphone, the Sony Xperia Z2. The smartphone has already been released in select markets around the world, but its yet to make its way to North America. Show More Summary

Samsung Galaxy S5 Release: Third Party Retailers Jump The Gun

At Mobile World Congress 2014 Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S5, its latest flagship smartphone. The company announced that its latest flagship will be released in more than 100 countries around the world on April 11th. Some carriers in South Korea have already started selling it before they’re slapped with a sales ban. Show More Summary

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