Samsung working on a flexible, rollable battery but says it won’t be available within the next three years

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Samsung’s battery making (among other things) arm, Samsung SDI, has used the InterBattery 2014 exhibition in Seoul to show the world one of its latest products – the flexible, rollable battery made for the next generation of wearable devices. What’s especially cool is that the demo The company used “structural design and improved materials” to…

Samsung Galaxy Golden 2 with a pair of 4.6″ WXGA screens, Snapdragon 801 heading to China

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Samsung is apparently planning to release a successor to its Galaxy Golden clamshell. According to GSMarena’s report, the Korean company’s next flip phone will be the most powerful such device ever. Specs are rumored to include a pair of 4.6-inch Super AMOLED screens with WXGA resolution (1,280 x 768 pixels), Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 quad-core chip…

Motorola Droid Turbo Press Render Leaks

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We’ve got a nice look at one of Motorola’s upcoming Droids, thanks to @evleaks, and damn if it isn’t looking good. The new device is known as the Droid Turbo, supposedly because of the inclusion of rapid charging. Verizon could unveil the new Droid line including the Turbo on October 28th according to a few…

AT&T Moto X (2014) Review: A Very Familiar Beast

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Motorola has been going through quite the change over the past few years, transitioning from producing high-end handsets to taking a more modest approach. 2013’s Moto X was the beginning of something new for Motorola Mobility; finding a balance between a high price point and functionality. While the 2013 Moto X didn’t quite strike that…

Android and Chrome (OS) inching closer together with Google’s VP of Engineering for Android assuming the same role for Chrome

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At some point in the future we expect to see Android and Chrome OS becoming a single platform. Or something similar, with docked Android smartphones connected to the big screen acting like today’s Chromebooks. Already you can run a select number of Android apps on Chrome OS-powered devices, and apparently that’s just a start. To…

Sprint’s HTC One M7 gets a bug-fixing update

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HTC and Sprint have started rolling out software update for the last year’s HTC One M7, AndroidPolice is reporting. While the new firmware, version 5.05.651.2, is described as a minor update that includes “Google security fixes,” we can’t help but notice it’s a massive 1.5GB download. There are also other changes included, such as removal…

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