A new smartphone has debuted from smartphone maker ZTE this week called the Grand X2.
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BlackBerry Live is in full swing in Orlando, but looking to the future BlackBerry has announced the next two stops on the BlackBerry Jam calendar for BlackBerry Jam Asia and BlackBerry Jam Europe. For those of you who are regulars to either conference, the venues have been changed up for the next conferences. BlackBerry Jam Asia will take place this coming September 26 and 27 in beautiful Hong Kong, moving on from the 2012 venue of Bangkok, Thailand.
This week sees Europe's annual cheese-fest, otherwise known as the annual Eurovision Song Contest. About this time every year, contenders from across Europe descend upon the nation that won the year before, and prepare to do battle in the Euro-pop arena.
Amazon has launched some virtual currency this morning. The currency is called Amazon Coins and they were originally announced back in early-February.
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Richard Devine is no stranger to the Mobile Nations team, at least not for anyone who's been following his work over on Android Central for the last long while.
Last week we told all you proud owners of the HTC One that a software update was in the works aiming to fix a slew of things while improving that camera experience. After it initially started a limited rollout to select users across Europe, we can now confirm the same update has hit the UK, and is rolling out to other regions as we speak
LG announced the Optimus F Series of smartphones back in February during Mobile World Congress. The F Series consists of the F5 and the F7 and LG has said these handsets were designed to bring a “premium user experience and the speed of 4G LTE to a mass audience.” On that note, the Optimus F5 global rollout has since been detailed and it looks like those in Europe will get first access beginning today, April 29
Weekend Coder is our new series geared toward BlackBerry developers CrackBerry strives to cover topics that appeal to the full range of the BlackBerry community, whether it be consumer, enterprise, games, apps, news, etc. So today we are happy to announce a new topic on CrackBerry geared toward developers. These posts will be aimed at not just the seasoned coder but also anyone who has wanted to take a little peak behind the curtains of how apps are actually made