Watch today’s Pocketnow Daily as we talk about AT&T’s current trade-in program to make your 2013-smartphone purchase more compelling. We later go through BlackBerry’s CEO statement regarding tablets, and why this is both ironic and revealing at the same time. Later it’s Nokia’s turn as we discuss their probable plans to bring Lytro-Camera technology to future smartphones. Microsoft is next as we go through their new Windows Phone Facebook app in beta. We end today’s show talking about iOS 7 and all the rumors regarding Jony Ive’s influence [...]
The unlocked model of the HTC One received an update that improved the camera performance on various fronts. We put it under the microscope and compare the camera performance before and after the update!
Take a look at the screenshots that might just reveal Microsoft's work on new high-res support for Windows Phone.
Hear why the GS4 might just be a less resilient phone than the Galaxy S III.
Get the details on the new trade-in program AT&T's running to knock $100 off the price of a new smartphone.
Learn how you can help test the next version of Facebook for Windows Phone.
Read what BlackBerry's CEO had to say about why he's not crazy about tablets.
Get the bad news about the state of the bootloader on US-bound Galaxy S 4 handsets.
Check out the tech Nokia may be looking at for inclusion in a future generation of Lumia smartphones.
Find out about the unusual NEC Android that looks like it could be getting ready to come to AT&T in the US.
Learn about what impact Facebook's auto-updating mechanism -- and Google's response to it -- will have on your security.
Read why we might just see Nokia become the sole source for Windows Phone handsets in only a year or two.
Ever wonder how the quad-core Galaxy S 4 stacks up against its octa-core sibling in day-to-day usage? Wonder no longer: watch our Octa VS Quad video to find out!
Once you get past the hype that more equals better, Windows Phone is built to do more with less. Here is why OEM's should not bow to the pressure of public opinion and go with quad core processing.
If you have to have an earpiece on your tablet and finally leave your phone at home while you're out then the ASUS Fonepad is definitely the one to choose between the two. However, if the lack of an earpiece is not a deal-breaker for you then take a look at the video below where we inspect the Apple iPad mini and the ASUS Fonepad, side-by-side, in our usual comparison.
Watch today’s Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the Galaxy S 4 carrier availability and the irony that TecTiles no longer work for it. Later we go through some Galaxy Note III rumors and the fact that apparently it’ll be a bigger and better phone. Some Sony Xperia phones are next as the company plans to apparently give the phablet category a try. Then we talk about Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, and yes, that’s not Android 5.0, we know. We end today’s show talking about Google Now and what it means for it to only launch on iOS and not on legacy Android [...]
I need a beer, and I’m sure many of you need a drink as well. If this was five years ago, I’d be by my second pack of cigarettes, and it has to do with how furious I am right now. Let me explain why:
For starters, I wish I could express in words how long it took me to love Android. My first device was a Google Nexus One, and man, even though I started off at the right foot, it rarely ever felt that way. What a gorgeous phone and what a great experience overall, as long as I didn’t turn it on. Froyo and Gingerbread were just stale and cartoony no matter how much [...]
Hear about some of the (possibly big) changes Apple's been working on for its next major iOS update.
Read about what Samsung did that could make a whole lot of users moving from the GS3 to the Galaxy S 4 angry.
Sony may have a high-end Snapdragon-800-based phone in the works, as well as screens with some of the best color accuracy yet.
Discover what the Galaxy S 4 situation is over at T-Mobile and with Sprint.
A tale of two smartphone videos: one done right, the other ready to make your ears bleed.
The HTC First surprised us by, despite being a mid-range phone, being one of the better smartphones we've reviewed. But has anyone actually taken the plunge and bought one as their personal daily driver?