Google unveils Moto X, a customisable Android smartphone Motorola on Thursday unveiled a new smartphone that consumers can personalize with a choice of colors and materials, hoping to stand out in a crowded market and justify the $12.5 billion that Google Inc paid for the ailing handset maker. The highly anticipated "Moto X" marks the cellphone maker's first flagship device since Google bought the company in 2012,
Launch of Nokia's $20 phone begs question: Is one mobile enough? Is it time to start carrying two mobile phones? With the launch of a new no-frills handset, at least one manufacturer is hoping more people might soon be relying on multiple mobiles.
Tablets are certainly popular and have been cutting into notebook sales, but they can’t entirely replace the full range of PCs from laptops to desktops. The rise of tablets has been well-documented in the mobile space. Slates like Apple’s iPad, Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 2, and the Google Nexus 10 have grabbed PC buyers attention and dollars.
BlackBerry Z10: Five things you must know: After dwindling sales, tanking stocks and misplaced confidence in a tablet, BlackBerry has finally learnt its lesson — the world of smartphones now flourishes in dazzling touchscreens and intuitive user interfaces. The onset of Apple iPhone and Android-based cellphones has given BlackBerry a run for its money over these years.