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Mlais M4 Note review – amazing value for $159

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Chinese (handset makers) are coming and they seem ready to take on the Korean giants. Just last week, I got a chance to play with the Mlais M4 Note, a phablet-sized device that offers an amazing bang for the buck. That’s $159 for those who count. At first glance, the M4 Note looks like a…

BlackBerry QWERTY keyboard slider coming later this year

BlackBerry slider

BlackBerry is returning to the slider phone design later this year! It’s like the Torch on steroids, powered by BlackBerry OS 10, which as you know – enables running of Android apps. During a press conference at Mobile World Congress, the Canadian company shared the image above on its Twitter account, without going into much…

Samsung Galaxy S6 vs HTC One M9

Samsung Galaxy S6 vs HTC One M9

Samsung Galaxy S6 and HTC One M9 are two of the most interesting devices announced at Mobile World Congress. While you can’t miss with any of these two — both are top notch — we know that some folks “can’t live with a Samsung phone” or “just hate HTC.” Some man you just can’t reach.…

Nexus watch in works?

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We’ve seen a Nexus phone, a Nexus tablet and a Nexus set-top box – it’s time for a Nexus smart watch. Let me start by adding that we don’t have any inside information; this article is a product of my imagination, but it does make sense. It’s time for Google to step-in and set standards…

Huawei-made Nexus tablet coming later this year?


Huawei may be Google’s next partner to make the Nexus tablet, according to one source from Chinese social network Weibo, and brought to our attention by the good folks of GizmoChina. The same source says there will be two different Nexus devices announced this year, one high-end and one for the mass market. And it’s…

BlackBerry should extend its co-operation with Google


Google and BlackBerry are getting closer to each other. This is still far from a partnership the Mountain View-based company has with its Android vendors, and we’re not sure it’s even getting there. Instead, Google has teamed-up with BlackBerry — and few other companies for that matter — to bring Android to enterprises. As part…

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