BlackBerry Unveils “World’s Most Secure” Smartphone

BlackBerry is attempting to challenge Apple's stronghold on the smartphone industry with the new DTEK50. Marketed as the most secure smartphone ever made, this new device is powered by Android, expertly fusing BlackBerry's unparalleled security system with the productive Android software....

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Apple Introduces iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus

Apple has unveiled the new iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s today. The next generation of iPhones features the next generation of multitouch technology, a vastly improved camera, and desktop-grade processing power. The iPhone 6s and 6s Plus features the new 3D...

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Blackberry Classic Smartphone

Is this real? Yep. Introducing the Blackberry Classic smartphone, a return to the days pre-iPhone and Android. If you still daydream about having a physical keyboard then you'll be happy to hear that Blackberry's bringing this design back with a...

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Samsung Galaxy S4

Samsung Galaxy S4

Samsung has unveiled the latest addition to their Galaxy line of smartphones. Design cues come from its predecessor, the GS3, but with the screen size bumped up to 5-inches. Expect to see the same rounded edges and narrow physical home button button in a slightly thinner and lighter body. Other enhancements include the screen resolution being maxed out at 1080p, an increase in battery life, a faster 1.9 GHz quad-core or 1.6GHz octa-core processor and the rear-facing camera now with 13-megapixels.

These enhancements were all expected from current and hopeful Samsung users but Samsung’s focus on creating specialized software is where things really get interesting, allowing the global tech manufacturer to really differentiate itself from the competition. One standout feature is the dual video call mode which allows callers to see what you’re looking at during video calls. The TV control app, translation tool, and eye-tracking and gesture capabilities alow you to pause a video when you look away and let you hover a finger over an item to get a preview.

Look for the Samsung Galaxy S4 to hit stores late April in both a white and black variation.