Just days ago, a report was released saying that Samsung has lost its number 1 spot in China as the top phone maker, and it looks like things for Apple will not be going so well in the country either. The National Development and Reform Commission of China has recently released a ban on all Apple products in the Chinese Government agencies.
Xiaomi’s updated Redmi Note, which now supports 4G LTE connectivity, has just been announced. Unfortunately, it is only compatible with China Mobile’s TDD-LTE network, which is not supported anywhere else in the world. Xiaomi has reached out to us with more information about the availability of the new phablet for international markets.
Built with a 4-inch display, the ASUS Zenfone 4 (referred to internally as A400CG) is not only the smallest device in Zenfone family but also the most affordable at RM 299. From today onwards though, Zenfone 4 is now available in Malaysia as two different models as ASUS Malaysia has announced the arrival of another Zenfone 4 variant called A450CG.
Instead of 4-inch display, this particular A450CG variant of Zenfone 4 is equipped with a bigger 4.5-inch display instead. That’s not all though.
Apple and Samsung have just announced an agreement to settle all lawsuits filed against each other outside the United States. In which case, a total of nine patent battles outside the US — Australia, France, Germany, Italy, Korea, Japan, The Netherlands, Spain, and the UK will all be dropped. However, the battle is far from over on the battleground in US.
Indie platformer Broforce has joined forces with Sylvester Stallone’s upcoming Expendables 3 to produce a demo/movie tie-in called the Expendabros. The title features the likeness of several characters from the coming movie, and has them travel across Eastern Europe to take down arms dealer Conrad Stonebanks. It’s free until the end of the year, after which the fate of the game is unknown.