Russian company Yota has released a smartphone with two screens and a prolonged battery life. The phone is already in the market in Russia, France, Germany, Spain and Austria. The two screens are layered on top of each other. One of them is a normal LCD and the other, which is always on, uses e-link technology.
If you are keen in preserving your privacy, then you should definitely be weary of the mSpy app. When installed on an iOS or Android device, the app can track phone records, keyboard strokes and location data in the background without your knowledge.
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Google owned Motorola mobility handset maker is still struggling to find its niche in the smartphone market. Sales of its high-end smartphone Moto X have not been very impressive. Now the company intends to target the low end market with a cheap phone. However, this comes with a limitation since the phone will not be available in China, the worlds lading low end smartphone market.http://smartphone.biz-news.com/news/tags/en_US/samsung
Samsung appears to be overpowering low-cost Chinese competitors in the enormous smartphone market according to a study.
Samsung's sales per quarter have reached 90 million for the first time. This means that Samsung Electronics has beat Apple with over 50 million units of sale. On the other hand, China’s Huawei is now in the third place after LG electronics showed some slowdown in sales in its third quarter smartphone sales.
Just A Handful of Passes Remain for Europe’s Largest Ever Connected Car Forum - Telematics Munich 2013
Telematics Update have revealed today that less than 17 passes remain for access to Europe’s most trusted and largest forum for the connected car space, Telematics Munich (Nov 11-12, Munich, Germany). Giving exclusive admittance to hear the ‘big three’ German automakers BMW, Volkswagen, Mercedes and 9 other OEMs address an audience of over 800 senior leaders from across the automotive, telecoms, insurance, M2M, government, ITS, transport and fleet industries, the forum is set to be the biggest in history, with 750+ delegates already registered.
Reports indicate that HTC and Amazon are working on a range of android-powered smartphones. According to people familiar with the project, three devices are on the roadmap and are set to be released in 2014. For a long time, there have been rumors that Amazon is working on a smartphone to pair with its Kindle Fire range of tablets as it seeks to compete with offering from Apple and Google.