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Dusan has been using smartphones since their introduction and is now following the latest trends in the industry. The "convergence" is what he's most excited about, and writing about it is the next logical thing to do. He thinks that using a smartphone is what everyone who cares about their time should do. In addition to his interests in mobile phones, Dusan also loves to experiment with the latest web and mobile 2.0 services. The idea of accessing and managing your information from any device no matter where you are simply amazes him. Whether it's an online to-do list, note taking service or a video sharing social network, he's there to try it out. He admits though, he's still searching for the ultimate web-based organizational tool, which "sings" perfectly with the mobile PIM application. Dusan used to run Symbian Watch which later became part of IntoMobile. He lives in Serbia, South-East Europe, from where he edits the site on a daily basis.


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OnePlus One officially official: 5.5-inch 1080p screen, Snapdragon 801, 3GB of RAM and CyanogenMod 11S for $299

OnePlus One has been officially announced and it’s an awesome device made for folks who don’t mind owning big phones. It has a 5.5-inch full HD screen with a 4.6mm-thin bezel around, fast Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 quad-core chip clocked at 2.5GHz, 3GB of RAM, while running a special version of CyanogenMod 11 – CyanogenMod 11S. All this comes in a 8.9mm-thick body that also houses an array of sensors, LTE radio, 13-megapixel rear and 5-megapixel front cameras, 3,100 mAh battery and 16 or 64 GB of built-in storage. The 16GB Read more

Samsung secures patent for its three-sided Galaxy Note 4 design

Just the other day we’ve told you that the Note 4 will have a unique design with three-sided screen. This is something Samsung has secured a patent for, all with some cool uses cases. According to which revealed the patent to the world, the Korean company will use those extra sides not only to serve notifications and other messages, but also to allow users to quickly unlock the screen, start apps and more. In addition, the patent also envisions a hardware feature where something would slide out of the Read more

This is the Samsung Galaxy K!

The soon-to-be-launched Samsung Galaxy K aka Galaxy S5 Zoom has been leaked again, and it looks rather slim considering that it houses a 20-megapixel camera with 10x optical zoom. Sure it’s not thin as the Galaxy S5, but compared to the last year’s Galaxy S4 Zoom, it’s as fit as a phone can be. Aside from a thinner body and better camera, the Galaxy K will also come with a 4.8-inch 720p HD Super AMOLED screen, similar (or same) to the one the Galaxy S3 has. In addition, it will Read more

Xiaomi gets a new home at

Seemingly as part of its global plans, Xiaomi now has a new homepage and it’s easy to remember – No longer will you have to spell the company’s name to anyone, the fact that should help the so called “Apple of China” get more users all across the globe. The new name obviously has something to do with Xiaomi’s popular MIUI software, which can now work on almost 200 different devices. The name is pitched with a simple tagline – “Shorter Name, Bigger World” and is thus created to Read more

Pantech Vega LTE-A 2 shows up at AnTuTu?

The still unannounced Pantech smartphone marked as IM-A888S has been caught at AnTuTu benchmarks. While we’re not sure how this phone will be called once it’s officially released, there’s a strong chance it will be the successor to the Pantech Vega LTE-A, which had the model number of IM-A880S. And from what the results are suggesting, this will be a phone worth waiting for. The Vega LTE-A 2, if that’s how the company decides to call it, will come with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 805 chip clocked at 2.5GHz, 3GB of RAM, Read more

Meizu MX4 to be unveiled in August with prices starting from $320

Meizu is working round the clock to launch its next flagship device, MX4. From what we’ve heard, this powerful phone will be unveiled in August when users will be able to choose between at least two different variants. One of the two will sport a big 5.5-inch screen with impressive screen resolution of 1536 x 2560 pixels. Meizu is known for its unique displays and with the MX4 that practice will (obviously) continue. The other model will have a more standard 5-inch full HD screen. That unit will apparently be Read more

WhatsApp hits half a billion active users milestone

In a short blog post, WhatsApp announced that it has hit the half a billion active users mark. During the last few months, the company saw millions of new users coming from places like Brazil, India, Mexico and Russia. They also noted that their users are now sharing more than 700 million photos and 100 million videos every friggin’ day. That’s a lot of content going through the Internet tubes; no wonder why Facebook ended-up paying gazillion dollars for the popular messaging service. Finally, WhatsApp said they’re just starting, hinting Read more

Transport for London is working to allow riders to pay fares with their smartphones

Transport for London is looking to enable users to pay for rides with their smartphones. According to The Financial Times, the agency is already holding talks with EE and Vodafone, both of which could offer the capability as the extension of their respective mobile wallet solutions. The initial trial is expected to be a “pay as you go” scheme using apps owned by the mobile operators that can be preloaded with money. Operators could also consider payment for tickets on a weekly or monthly basis, according to a person familiar Read more

Gmail to get stronger encryption in the future

The NSA spying scandal is everything but dead, prompting major tech companies to react accordingly. In that sense we have Google — as one of the biggest opponents of the U.S. government’s questionable (to say the least) practices — looking to keep Gmail users’ privacy intact. According to the Venture Beat report, the search giant’s idea is to add PGP-based encryption in Gmail. While that’s already possible, PGP (Pretty Good Privacy) set up is everything but easy, thus the majority of folks don’t use this option. So what Google wants Read more

Blu Studio 6.0 HD unveiled: 6-inch 720p HD screen and MediaTek’s 1.3GHz quad-core CPU for $250 off-contract

BLU Products unveiled another affordable device – Blu Studio 6.0 HD. As you can guess from its name, this is a phablet with a 6-inch screen that can “manage” 1,280 x 720 pixels. It also has MediaTek’s MT6582 quad-core chip clocked at 1.3Ghz and a decent 3,000 mAh battery. Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean is running the show. When it comes to the price, BLU’s new baby could be yours for $250 sans any strings attached. Sounds kinda fair to me. Alternatively — if you’re looking for similar value for money Read more

LG G Watch to rock water-resistant body, always-on screen

LG has turned to Facebook to share the good news for the fans of wearable devices who also happen to like gold-colored gadgets. The company’s upcoming G Watch will be available in champagne gold color that actually has a white strap with gold accents. Other than that, this will be the same watch as the Stealth Black model, relying on Google’s Android Wear platform to deliver notifications to your wrist. Both the black and white units will ship with rubber straps, and we’re wondering whether a metal strap will also Read more