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Lumia 1020 Announced with 41 megapixel camera, but is it the phone you were looking for?

Lumia 1020 Announced with 41 megapixel camera, but is it the phone you were looking for?

  It may have been one of the worst kept secrets in the tech world, but we were still excited to hear Nokia finally announce their brand new ‘photography’ flagship phone last night, with a massive 41 megapixel sensor at the back. Yes, technically the successor the the beautifully flawed Nokia 808 Pureview phone, the first phone to feature that enormous 41 megapixel sensor is still... »

Mobile Gaming Advances to Look for in 2013

Mobile Gaming Advances to Look for in 2013

Tara Wagner is a staff writer for TechBreach. She has worked from home for over a decade, and loves sharing news and advice with fellow telecommuting moms and dads. She’s fascinated by new tech and new ideas; and when she finds time to unplug, she enjoys long hikes in the mountains near her home. She lives in Denver. More nails in the console coffin? With every passing year, mobile devices t... »

Mobile Patent Suits Around the World

Mobile Patent Suits Around the World

We found this little ‘Patent Chart’ very interesting, as it’s actually the Mobile Patent Suits around the world in the last 12 months, and while this chart may be a little less than 6 months old, it’s still interesting to see that even today these ‘discussions’ about patent property is still going in. And when we say discussion, we really mean most of them are j... »

The Mobile World in 60 seconds (Infographic)

The Mobile World in 60 seconds (Infographic)

Well this is most certainly an interesting infographic from Mobclix in which they show what happens on mobile phones in 60 seconds, every 60 seconds we presume from around the world. Either that or it’s a summary of what happens if we to take a 60 second chunk out of mobile usages on an average day. The findings are pretty interesting to say the least, and even though it’s for October ... »

Nokia N9 Hardware Review

Nokia N9 Hardware Review

So amazingly enough, we managed to get the Hardware Review of the gorgeous Nokia N9 out not too long after we got the phone. I personally had some free time on my hands so I thought I would use it to film the Nokia N9 hardware. After the unboxing video fiasco where the entire contents of the unboxing bit got corrupted (minus the phone), we managed to get this one up and running without a problem. ... »

Nokia N9 Unboxing Video

Nokia N9 Unboxing Video

Well Nokia finally sent us the review unit for the Nokia N9, and we’re already mesmerized by the screen (you have to see it up close) and build of this MeeGo packing N9. While we’ll have a longer hardware + software review up in our next video, it’s safe to say that we’re already in love with the curved polycarbonate build, and strange enough it doesn’t feel thick to ... »

Samsung Galaxy Nexus also announced, big end of year for Android

Samsung Galaxy Nexus also announced, big end of year for Android

Update: Check out Clove UK if you want to Pre-Order the phone. It costs £429 or AUD$660 before shipping for the 16GB model. Just like Motorola 12 hours ago, the latest Google Nexus phone has been unveiled in Hong Kong and is officially known as the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. A collaboration between Google and Samsung means that this will be Google’s flagship device, at least till the end of 2011 ... »

Google buys Motorola for $12.5 billion

Google buys Motorola for $12.5 billion

In what might be one of the biggest stories this year, we have just learn that Google has acquired Motorola for a reasonable (sarcasm alert) $12.5 billion, or $40 per share, in cash. Or to put in laymen terms, Google have just bought Motorola Mobility, a company famous for kick starting the Android Juggernaut and setting it on it’s way with the launch of the Motorola Droid, a phone we still ... »

130 Million Android devices exist today

130 Million Android devices exist today

Android is big. Very big. Currently there are over 130 Million Android devices in existence around the world today, and this number only counts the ‘activated’ number of phones. Basically, 130 Million people have bought an Android device since they came into existence. Of course while this number doesn’t necessarily mean 130 million people use an Android device, most probably do ... »

iPad 2: 5 reasons to upgrade, 5 not to

iPad 2: 5 reasons to upgrade, 5 not to

With Apple’s iPad 2 release tomorrow in the US (5pm local time in stores), and and the rest of the world having to wait till the 25th of March, we thought it would be a good time to weigh up the pro’s and con’s of getting or upgrading to the iPad 2. This guide extends to those who own the original iPad, and to those thinking of purchasing the iPad 2. So without further a due, we ... »