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The Passport is one of the more unusual smartphones we've seen in recent years

BlackBerry’s Passport smartphone, which features an unusual large square-shaped display, was met with notable confusion when it was quietly announced during an earnings conference last month. The handset seems to be suffering from an identity crisis – caught between the company’s traditional keyboard-toting smartphones and the larger-screened tablet form-factor. BlackBerry is clearly aware of the issue, and has stepped in to explain why we should be excited about the product’s unusual design.  Read More

The Samsung Galaxy S5 (right) and its newly announced Galaxy S5 mini sibling (left)

Between these handsets, it’s no secret that the fully blown Samsung Galaxy S5 is the more capable of the two. The real question is just how many of the premium device's feature the Galaxy S5 mini manages to retain – and the results may surprise you. Read on as Gizmag compares two of the Korean firm’s biggest handsets for 2014.  Read More

The Samsung Galaxy S5 mini is a scaled down yet capable version of its flagship sibling

Samsung has announced its latest smartphone in the form of the Galaxy S5 mini - a scaled down version of its popular S5 flagship. The device, which features the same faux-leather styling as its big brother, offers mid-range specs in a thin and light form factor, while holding on to stand-out features including a fingerprint scanner and heart rate monitor.  Read More

The DSN-12 provides a 3D visualization of classic Korg synth sounds

Korg has announced plans to release new software on Nintendo’s 3DS handheld. Known as the DSN-12, and inspired by the classic MS-10 analog synthesizer, the software features a step sequencer, a 3D oscilloscope, and allows users to share their sounds.  Read More

Google is making a bid for the living room with Android TV

Google has announced that it will bring its popular mobile platform to the living room in the form of Android TV. The new version of the OS will have a focus on simplicity and will support live TV, apps, voice search and even multiplayer gaming.  Read More

Android L - a new look for Google's mobile platform

Google has released details on the next big installment of its mobile platform, known (at least for now) as Android L. The OS update, which will initially be available only to developers, will bring a range of improvements including better battery performance, an all new UI design language and full support for 64-bit processors.  Read More

The Fire Phone is Amazon's first ever handset, but can it compete with the super high-end ...

Amazon is pitching its first smartphone as a fully-fledged rival to market big hitters from the likes of HTC, Samsung and LG, but it's also taking a slightly different approach to that of its rivals. While LG’s G3 handset ticks all of the high-end boxes, the Fire Phone features solid specs, but relies on its standout features to win over consumers. Read on as Gizmag compares the two flagship devices.  Read More

The Amazon Fire Phone (left) is the company's first ever smartphone

The Fire Phone is Amazon’s first, long-awaited foray into the already highly-saturated smartphone market. With its 3D display and image recognition tech, the device already has a lot going for it, but given its high-end price point, some of its spec sheet shortfalls might be difficult to overlook. Read on to see how the device fares against Samsung’s mighty flagship Galaxy S5 handset.  Read More

The Fire Phone is Amazon's first attempt at conquering the competitive market

After what seems like years of rumors, Amazon has announced its first foray into the competitive smartphone space, in the form of the Fire Phone. The largely high-end device packs in some interesting features, chief among which is its Dynamic Perspective display tech and product scanning Firefly app.  Read More

Apple's latest machine provides the same premium design at a more wallet-friendly price po...

Apple has announced a new, lower cost version of its leading all-in-one desktop PC. While this latest addition to the iMac line might cut a couple of hundred dollars off the asking price, it also scales back some of the specs. Still, the prospect of obtaining the product’s high-end build and design for not much over US$1,000 is an enticing one.  Read More

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