Back in February, a developer was able to get Motorola’s Moto 360 to work with the iPhone, something that wasn’t quite officially available for everyone else just yet.
Qualcomm Smart Protect will detect zero-day malware threats in real time; to make its debut on the Snapdragon 820 next year
Yep, I had to get that Spinal Tap reference in right up top, in the title. In the movie, Nigel Tufnel proudly showed off his Marshall amplifier with modified volume controls, that all went up to ’11’ rather than ’10’ and the Marshall London would have absolutely perfect for Nigel to have whipped out of his pocket with line such as “You’ve seen music phones? THAT’S a music phone!” And so on. Demonstrably quirky and over-priced, the Marshall London is nevertheless a damn good try at being the ultimate smartphone for audiophiles.
At this point, it is no secret that BlackBerry is working on a smartphone running Android. The device, codenamed Venice, will feature a slide out portrait QWERTY keyboard as previous leaked renders have indicated.