iPhone Rumors: New Design, OLED Screen and Other Changes Apple Is Considering for 2018
The OLED screen would roll out on all new iPhones … Daily Emails and Alerts – Get the best of Newsweek delivered to your inbox More than 90 million iPhone models are expected to be shipped over the second half of 2017, according to tech news site …
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Razer is no stranger to smartphones, having bought Nextbit earlier this year. Now reports are saying the company might be building a phone specifically for gamers.
The company already has mobile apps for its services like Cortex as well as a wearable device, so a phone isn’t a stretch. We don’t know if it would be under the Razer or Nextbit name, but the focus on gamers hints at the former.
The company is planning an IPO in Hong Kong around October, and it could use those funds for the device. Niche devices rarely work out well, but we’re excited to see what Razer can come up with. Are you interested in a gamer-centric smartphone? Leave a comment!
Android and Me
The pressure is on for Samsung to knock it out of the park with the Galaxy S8. Between the competition from the new LG G6, Apple’s upcoming 10th anniversary iPhone and trying to rebuild its reputation, Samsung may be considering including a generous return period for its new flagship phones.
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Sprint’s parent company SoftBank is rumored to be considering seeking a merger with Deutsche Telekom’s T-Mobile, only Sprint would be the absorbed network this time….
Qualcomm is expected to continue supplying modems and other components to Apple despite facing a $ 1 billion lawsuit over patent royalties and a related U.S. Federal Trade Commission action involving the Cupertino tech giant, according to a report on Monday, …
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Amazon considering drone deliveries from giant blimp warehouses
Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window) Share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window) (NEWS10) – Amazon may one day use blimps stocked with drones to …
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