Soon your iPhone will control your locks, cameras, lights, thermostats, doors, plugs and switches via corresponding apps. Apple has confirmed to Mashable that the HomeKit products will start shipping in June this year. This news comes in the wake of another published by Fortune claiming that Apple users might have to wait longer for HomeKit products. Trudy…Read more
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With all the advancements that have been made on the smartphone, it is easy to think that there isn’t anything new that can be added to it. However, Oppo has been able to prove many people wrong with the unveiling of their latest smartphone Find 7. What is remarkable about Oppo’s Find 7 is its ability to shoot 50 megapixel images.Read more
BioAccez was present at the Mobile World Congress with their 3G surveillance cameras; they have developed a very simple hardware that revolutionizes the use we have given surveillance cameras to date.Read more
RIM is boosting its Blackberry range with a new 3G dual-mode handset aimed at both its core executive users and the wider consumer market.
Candy-bar shaped and with a full keyboard, the Blackberry Tour will launch with Verizon and Sprint in the US and Telus and BCE’s Bell unit in Canada.
Apple’s next-gen iPhone could be unchanged in physical design but include changes relating to speed, memory and the camera.
At least that’s according an unnamed employee at Apple’s manufacturing partner Foxconn, who claims to have used prototypes of the handset.
With 8-megapixel phone models already causing a stir LG says there’s no reason why camera phones couldn’t replace point-and-shoot cameras.
At a briefing last week in London Jeremy Newing, LG’s UK head of marketing, made this point to Pocket-lint.
Mobile TV will soon become as accepted a feature of mobile handsets as the camera.
That is the prediction of David Srodzinski, founder and chief executive of Elonics, who spoke about his expectations for the future of mobile TV in an interview with Smartphone.biz-news.com.
The function-packed Apple iPhone 3G may about to be released to the world but many consumers say they just want a mobile that’s a phone
Clint Wheelock, vice president and chief research officer for ABI Research, said: “It’s still a voice-centric world. Consumers across all mature markets still choose their mobile operator based on ‘the basics’: price, friends/family on the same network, and network coverage.”
A report from ABI Research shows that cameras, Bluetooth, and music top consumers’ lists as “must have” features on mobile phones.