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Five of the best: Budget smartphones for 2014

While it’s relatively easy to keep track of key high-end smartphone releases, things get a little more complicated when it comes to low-end handsets. Picking up an affordable but still capable handset can be a minefield, but there are a few gems out there. Read on as Gizmag takes a look at five of the best budget handsets you can buy in 2014.Read More

Electronics

Mobile phones could be charged using sound

Four years ago, we first heard about how Korean scientists had proposed using sound to charge mobile phones. They explained that it could be done via a piezoelectric effect, in which zinc oxide nanowires converted sound-caused vibrations into electricity. At the time, the researchers couldn't generate enough of a current to actually charge a phone. Now, however, scientists from Nokia and Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) have succeeded in doing so. Read More

Automotive

Nokia earmarks $100 million for connected vehicles

Nokia has made US$100 million available for investing in connected car technologies. The Connected Car Fund will invest in companies that are innovating in connected and intelligent vehicles. The aim is to help grow the ecosystem around Nokia's mapping and location subsidiary, HERE.Read More

Mobile Technology

Smartphone Comparison Guide (early 2014)

Are you shopping for a new smartphone, and wondering which ones are the best? Maybe you've heard the buzz about the latest Galaxy, iPhone, or Nexus, and can't quite figure out which one is for you? Look no further. Gizmag is here to break down the features and specs of some of the best smartphones you can buy today.Read More

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