Another relatively quiet week in the world of mobile, as we eagerly anticipate events from the likes of Nokia, Google, Apple and Microsoft. Sh*t be goin' crazy as of Tuesday next week, with Team Elop revealing the latest Lumias, and Google I/O kicking off the next day. Phew.
In the meantime, the thing what got you talking the most this week was... *scans through the week's news*... Bill Gates' comments about the Surface and the tablet market are so 12 months ago.
And that's all I gots to say about that.
Happy weekending, duders.
- Samsung Galaxy S4 ad: the next big thing is back (5)
- New Motorola phone leaked in pics, probably XT912A
- The Korea Times: LG to make another Nexus phone (1)
- Nokia launching both the Catwalk and EOS next week? (2)
- Acer: 'no value' in Windows RT tablets right now (12)
- Is this the LG Optimus G2? (1)
- Samsung Galaxy Core: S2-style specs, dual-SIM compatibility (8)
- Bill Gates' comments about the Surface and the tablet market are so 12 months ago (13)
- Nokia Lumia 928 gets official ahead of announcement (1)
- Barclays guy: Apple about to ‘change the narrative’ (4)
- Acer Iconia W3: full-fat Windows 8 on 8.1in display (1)
- Nokia investors turn on 'nice guy' Elop at AGM (5)
- Coming soon: Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom with 16MP camera? (6)
- Sony Honami with 20MP camera to be Sony Xperia i1? (3)
- UBS analyst: ‘no gee-whiz products yet in the Cook era’ (1)
- BlackBerry R10 specs leaked, will match high-end Q10's 720p display? (1)
- Super-skinny Huawei P6-U06 poised to claim thinnest smartphone crown (1)
- HTC 's Windows RT Blue tablet duo sound the business (7)
- Patent wars: waste of time? (1)
- Samsung Galaxy Mega, Galaxy S4 Zoom, Galaxy S4 mini, Galaxy S4 Activ release dates (3)
- iOS 7 gets out and about ahead of WWDC (3)
- Sony Xperia A = Xperia Z with removable battery
- Full-touch Nokia Asha 501 makes the feature phone even smarter (6)
- Google to Motorola: you’re on your own with the X-Phone (2)
- Google Nexus 5 rumours return as Nexus 4 disappears from CPW and Phones4u (1)
- Mozilla looks to woo developers with ‘phones for apps’ scheme (2)
- Facebook Home comes to HTC One and Samsung Galaxy S4 (sort of)
- Can Amazon resurrect the 3D smartphone dream? (4)