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Latest news from the leading smartphone makers
Sprint has announced new measures to make it more difficult for criminals to profit from stealing smartphones. It has announced that it will be adding Sprint’s lost and stolen device data to Recipero’s CheckMEND international stolen-property database.
BodyGuardz claims that its ScreenGuardz Pure toughened glass screen protectors are more than five times stronger than its competitor’s beveled edge alternative.
According to IDC growth in smartphone shipments in 2014 will drop more steeply than ever before, leading to rapidly declining price points.
HTC has unveiled two new Android smartphones. The entry level HTC Desire 610 and its new flagship mid range phone the HTC Desire 816.
SquareTrade says that the HTC One has tied with the Moto X as the least breakable smartphone in SquareTrade’s breakability tests.
Netradar, a free mobile app developed by Aalto University in Finland reveals that there are huge differences in the connection speed between different smartphone models.
According to analyst firm Strategy Analytics, 2 million smartwatches were shipped in 2013, the majority were Android powered.
Sprint has announced that the LG G Flex phablet will be available from Jan. 31. The LG G Flex has a large, curved 6-inch HD display that helps reduce glare.
Kyocera has expanded its Hydro Series of waterproof smartphones with the introduction of the Hydro XTRM and Hydro Edge