Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the recent news of Samsung's US dominance, Apple Music launched, Lollipop udates & more
Learn more about the possibility of an iPhone 6c to see the light of day next year, as things still seem bright for the current iPhone 5s
Learn more the current success status of Samsung in the US smartphone market, as we gain some sales data of the Galaxy S6 for the last couple of months.
Hear what Apple's changing for its AppleCare battery coverage rules that's a big win for consumers.
If you’ve used music streaming service, you’ve used them all. Spotify, Rdio, Pandora, and other services all have roughly the same feature set, and focus around letting you access a huge library of music from anywhere, any time. Apple has historically been reluctant to embrace music streaming, instead pushing iTunes and the benefits of owning your tracks. But as of today, that all changes, as Apple has just released Apple Music to the masses, bundled into iOS version 8.4.
Like competing services, Apple Music allows for radio streaming, playlists, sharing songs, and [...]
Learn more about some of the new updates that Apple has just pushed for Mac users on OS X, now with version 10.10.4. It should fix your Wi-Fi issues.
Verizon and Motorola fans rejoice! The long-awaited Droid Turbo Lollipop update is finally about to make its debut.
Learn more about a new Apple Watch patent that envisions the idea of allowing users to share information through a simple handshake, or a hi-5
Take a look at what might be the first pics of the new iPhone, as we check out a new iPhone 6S hardware leak.
Learn more about Apple's launch of iOS 8.4 to the public, and how this brings the new Apple Music to the world, in addition to other changes.
By USB or by wall outlet, our gadgets receive energy and store it in their batteries. Once they’re unplugged, they’re immediately powering through your day. That is, if they can last as long as you do. And in the case of wearable technology, where battery capacity only goes so far as the technology inside of it and the limited physical footprint, sometimes they don’t.
With discharge cycles lasting anywhere between 18 hours and seven days, we’re not excited with having to deal with what’s still widely considered as an accessory to a smartphone rather [...]
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A new report reveals that more Samsung wearables patents are filed than those from any other manufacturer.
Microsoft has just released some DIY Surface Pro 3 3-in-1 dock plans to build your own desktop mount for the tablet.
The publication of a seemingly officially sourced Galaxy A8 leak starts verifying much of the smartphone's hardware.
In addition to the Huawei Honor 7 we've got another big Chinese launch this morning, with the debut of the Meizu MX5.
If OEMs could offer individual component upgrades, consumers would have the ability to create their "perfect" smartphone, customized just for them.
Get to know the new Huawei Honor 7, going up for sale in China early next month.
It's been a while since we've seen a new Lumia on Verizon. Check out the new Lumia 735!
Are you curious about the upcoming, super-thin, Samsung Galaxy A8? This leaked video shows off the device (and some features) in its full glory.
Sony smartphone sales in Taiwan are expected to get a boost from the availability of the Xperia Z3+, as well as the M4 Aqua Dual. Click for more details!
A new report claims that both LG G4, as well as Samsung Galaxy S6 sales, are falling short of expectations, as the world is waiting for Apple's latest
Hound is SoundHound’s new voice assistant to compete with the likes of Google Now, Siri, and Cortana. It, like the others, can launch apps, run search queries, identify songs, and more, but one thing that’s caught wide attention for this service is its ability to process complex, multi-part queries in a manner similar to Wolfram Alpha. Questions like “What is the population and capital for Japan and China?” work without a hitch, and very quickly at that.
But rarely will most people ask a voice assistant such complicated questions. Instead, most people use [...]