BlackBerry was awarded a design patent today that suggests the company could be looking to release a portrait slider-form smartphone with a full QWERTY keyboard.
AT&T customers who pre-order the Samsung Galaxy S IV can receive the handset five days earlier, and the new flagship device will be available in retailers starting on April 27.
Another high-profile app, Tumblr, has made its way into the Windows Phone 8 app selection and is available for download now.
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TechnologyGuide has a review of the iOS-exclusive music discovery service for Twitter, which features social integration and a friendly UI.
Though the Samsung Galaxy Note III is not expected to be revealed until later this year, there are rumors that it may feature a shatter-proof display made of flexible glass.
This Wednesday, Nokia will be making an announcement of "something new," with all signs pointing to a phone equipped with a QWERTY keyboard.
The HTC One is now available on T-Mobiles website, the handset is set to hit T-Mobile retailers on April 24.
OtterBox is bringing a new version of its patented Defender series to the iPhone. Starting today the OtterBox 4/4S Defender Case with Ion Intelligence is available for purchase.
Twitter has now delivered a much speculated upon music discovery service to the general public. Web and iOS versions will be followed by an Android app.
An indie startup has launched a new app for secure, cloudless synchronization between Microsoft Outlook and BlackBerry's BB10 OS. Pricing starts at $24.99.
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