Mozilla Ends Marketing & Further Development of Firefox OS for Smartphone

The buzz is real! Mozilla is putting an end to the development of Firefox OS for smartphone.  Following rumours and tweets in the social media, Techcrunch has published a post that confirms that Firefox OS will no longer be developed for smartphones. This unwillingness of Mozilla to continue their quest for mobile phone democracy which let … Continue reading Mozilla Ends Marketing & Further Development of Firefox OS for Smartphone

BlackBerry launches their Classic smartphone with a traditional keyboard

BlackBerry is hitting the market by returning to their roots; releasing a new “Classic” smartphone with a traditional keyboard which seems like an un-logical choice in the time when rival Apple and Android devices – and most smartphone customers – have come to accept and use their screen for almost all functionality. BlackBerry is calling … Continue reading BlackBerry launches their Classic smartphone with a traditional keyboard

NSA has a spying program that targets many mobile networks

The NSA has recently conducted a campaign focused on the interception of internal communications of operators and trade groups in order to infiltrate mobile networks around the world, according to recent revelations from Edward Snowden.  The U.S. National Security Agency ran two undisclosed operations, the Wireless Portfolio Management Office and the Target Technology Trends Center, … Continue reading NSA has a spying program that targets many mobile networks

Android 5.0 Lollipop Update will be available for some LG G3 phones this week

Here’s some good news for owners of LG’s G3 smartphone: Your phone will be among the first to get an update to Android 5.0 Lollipop. Assuming you live in Poland, anyway. According to the company, it will roll out an update to Lollipop to G3 users in Poland this week, and release the update “[in] … Continue reading Android 5.0 Lollipop Update will be available for some LG G3 phones this week

BlackBerry will try to tempt you back with BackBerry Classic

What do you like most about your old BlackBerry device? What if BlackBerry has improved those features for you? A top row of navigation keys! A trackpad! The BlackBerry is back, baby, with the BlackBerry Classic! Well, that’s how BlackBerry hopes you’ll react, anyway, with the announcement of the BlackBerry Classic on the company’s website … Continue reading BlackBerry will try to tempt you back with BackBerry Classic

Hacked Screenshots Reveals how you can Send Money to a Friend Via Facebook Messenger

When Mark Zuckerberg recruited Ex-PayPal president David Marcus to head the affairs of Facebook Messenger three years ago, few understood the motive behind this move, but now it is crystal clear for everyone to see: Facebook is set to allow its users to send and receive money via its standalone Messenger. Mark recently hinted on … Continue reading Hacked Screenshots Reveals how you can Send Money to a Friend Via Facebook Messenger

Pick the Best Windows 8 Phone!

While Apple’s iOS and the Android dominate the mobile phone’s operating systems, Microsoft’s Windows, particularly Windows 8, is growing increasingly popular not only with Nokia but Samsung and HTC have taken interest. Now the consumers are met with the question, “Which is the best Windows 8 phone“ in the market right now?. While we want … Continue reading Pick the Best Windows 8 Phone!

Twitter Introduce Photo Editing Tool and Trending Events to its Mobile

The future of internet and social networking is looking brighter as Twitter joins Google+ in photo editing technology. A post on Techcrunch has reported that Twitter has just released an update to its Android client (coming soon to iOS) that brings new photo editing tools to the service, which are likely meant to make it easier … Continue reading Twitter Introduce Photo Editing Tool and Trending Events to its Mobile