According to a report in The Information, Sony is planning to add another OS to its stable of mobile devices. The tech giant is allegedly considering the launch of a Windows Phone device in 2014. Reportedly, a future Sony smartphone running Windows Phone will be launched as early a mid-2014 as part of the Vaio product line. The latter is well-established by making hardware running… — Full Story (EN):More … Prevod Srpski:Prevod…

If you own a Galaxy S4 or Galaxy Tab 3, it’s time to change your password. MediaTest Digital, a company which tests security of mobile devices and software, was able to elicit sensitive user data from Samsung accounts. Names, email addresses, and passwords were all at risk. MediaTest took the news to Heise Security – a tech news outlet based in Germany. The media was able to confirm… — Full Story (EN):More…

Samsung’s mobile devices will feature house-made CPU core and displays with 560ppi in the near future. The word arrived during today’s conference call, where the company’s executive team spoke about what lies ahead. The move of CPU core production in house will be a particularly important shift for Samsung, as currently, the company’s chipsets feature CPU cores licensed from ARM. It… — Full Story (EN):More … Prevod Srpski:Prevod teksta (SR) Prevod Hrvatski:Prevod…

Canonical took the wraps off Ubuntu 13.10. The latest version of the Linux-based OS is the first to feature a dedicated release of Ubuntu Touch for mobile devices. Ubuntu 13.10 comes with a small selection of mobile apps which includes a browser, clock, calculator, and weather indicator. The smartphone version of the OS was first announced in January this year, followed by an Ubuntu Edge… — Full Story (EN):More … Prevod Srpski:Prevod…