On September via Sprint, O2, and others HTC Desire 510 will be launched

HTC announced the Desire 510, a new LTE capable device that aims to lure customers who can’t spend too much money on a new Smartphone.
Customers in the US will be able to find the new handset at Sprint, Virgin Mobile, Boost Mobile, and Cricket. Next month is also when the Desire 510 will be released in Europe, O2 UK confirmed that it would carry it in September, though pricing details haven’t been revealed. We assume that HTC won’t ask more than $200 for an unlocked Desire 510
Desire 510 to equipped a 4.7-inch FWVGA (854x480) display with a pixel density of 208, a 2,100mAh battery, a 1.2GHz quad-core Snapdragon 410 chipset, 1GB RAM, 5MP rear camera and VGA selfie cam, Android 4.4 with HTC's Sense UI and BlinkFeed, 8GB internal storage and a microSD slot for up to 128GB external memory.
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Lumia Cyan updates Lumia 820 in UK, Ireland and EU

The Lumia 820 is the getting the Lumia Cyan update in the UK, Ireland and the EU, according to numerous tips we're received from our readers.
Lumia Cyan is an integrated software and firmware update featuring Windows Phone 8.1 and Nokia specific improvements intended to deliver the best experience of WP 8.1 to Lumia devices. Windows Phone 8.1 was officially ready back in July, so it took the Nokia team a little over a month to deliver the update to the Lumia 820
Considering that this is likely a staged rollout, it will be a while before all users see the update. If you have not received the OTA update yet, head on over to your device settings and manually check if one is available.
Source: WpCentral 

Lenovo IdeaPad G50-70 Laptop : Specs, Features and Overview

 Lenovo Essential G50-70 Laptop in silver scores to be a smart buying option for people seeking advanced features coupled with elegant look in their laptop. Loaded with 4th Generation Intel Core i3- 4010U processor, Windows 8.1 operating system, 4 GB RAM, 500 GB HDD capacity, this Lenovo model is surely a remarkable addition in their G series. With 1366 x 768 Pixel resolution, 15.6 inch HD LED Glare (flat) display and integrated graphics, users can enjoy a non-pixelated and fine view of movies, videos and images. The model also features 0.3 Megapixel web camera, multi-touch touchpad, Chiclet keyboard, analog microphone, 2 x 1.5 W Speaker and Dolby Advanced audio. Furthermore, Lenovo Essential model comes with USB ports, HDMI port, VGA port, 2-in-1 card reader and RJ45 LAN for smooth and quick connectivity. 
Technical Specification, Features and Price
Model Lenovo IdeaPad G50-70
Processor Intel Core i5-4200U 1.6 GHz
GPU AMD Radeon R5 M230
Memory
Storage
8192 MB, PC3-12800 DDR3L SDRAM 1600 MHz, 500 GB 5400rpm, 450 GB free
OS Microsoft Windows 8.1 64 Bit
Display 15.6 inch 16:9, 1366 x 768 pixel, LP156WH3-TPSH, TN
Camera 720p Webcam
Optical PLDS DVD-RW DA8A5SH
Inputs
Outputs
2 USB 2.0, 1 USB 3.0, 1 VGA, 1 HDMI, 1 Kensington lock, Audio combo port, 1 microSD card reader
Audio Stereo speakers
Connectivity Intel Wireless
Bluetooth v4.0
Ethernet LAN 10/100MBit
Features AccuType Chiclet keyboard with separate number block
Weight 2.348 kg
Battery 31.7 Wh Lithium-Ion battery
Color -
Price -

T-Mobile Music Freedom adds 6 services

T-Mobile announced that its adding 6 new music streaming services to its Music Freedom movement. As part of its Simple Choice plans, customers can stream music as much as they like without it counting against their data allotment. Until now only iHeart Radio, iTunes Radio, Pandora, Rhapsody, Samsung Milk, Slacker and Spotify were included. From today, customers will also be able to listen to music using AccuRadio, Black Planet, Grooveshark, Radio Paradise, Rdio and Songza.
Back in June T-Mobile announced Music Freedom as its latest Uncarrier endeavor and immediately gave subscribers the opportunity to vote for future additions. There's just one problem: the streaming service that overwhelmingly earned the most votes still isn't part of Music Freedom. T-Mobile says Google Play Music is the most requested service among its customers, but as of today, streaming music from Google will still affect your overall data usage.
Source:T-Mobile

Asus smartwatch is called ZenWatch

On September 3 ASUS is expected to unveil its Android Wear smartwatch, but before then the company plans to build up as much hype as it can with multiple teasers.
The latest teaser for ASUS’s smartwatch is a video that offers several quick glimpses at the hardware itself. We also finally learn the name of the upcoming wearable: ZenWatch.
Details on its features are slim for now, but we know that Asus plans to undercut the competition by selling the device for $149, or even $99. The ZenWatch will almost certainly run Android Wear since Asus is one of Google’s official Android Wear partners.

Apple allows AT&T users to upgrade to a new iPhone

In late July that Apple was about to start selling iPhones through carrier upgrade/installment plans like AT&T’s next, the company is now offering exactly that through its online store.
On the online Apple Store, Apple now displays the $0 down option for AT&T Next users who are purchasing the Apple iPhone 5s, Apple iPhone 5c or Apple iPhone 4s.
AT&T's Next plan can be utilized to buy an iPhone via the online version of the Apple Store only; the company has already been testing the purchase of its iconic Smartphone via Verizon Edge and T-Mobile.
The online Apple Store goes into detail, showing how AT&T Next would work with the purchase of a 16GB Apple iPhone 5s. The 12 month plan would require the AT&T customer to pay $0 down and make 20 monthly installment payments of $32.45. After 12 payments, the subscriber is eligible for an upgrade to a new phone. With the 18 month plan, the monthly installment price is $27.05 with an upgrade available after 18 months of payments.

Pictures of alleged circular True Tone flash for iPhone 6

Ongoing rumors that Apple's next iPhone will feature a redesigned True Tone flash unit, an electronics wholesaler on published high-resolution pictures of circular dual-LED flash assemblies supposedly bound for both 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch iPhone 6 models.
The True Tone flash has been redesigned and the lozenge shape replaced by a circular look. The round flash on the flex cables are said to be comprised of 2 or 4 LED bulbs. True Tone flash works by using algorithms to measure the color temperature of the scene you are shooting. With that information, the flash can be set to give off just the right amount of light to enhance a photograph.
Apple first introduced the True Tone flash with the iPhone 5s last year, saying the dual-LED setup helps even out color temperatures in low-light situations for more natural looking photos.

Google may Release not one but two New Smartphones

Google is reportedly planning to release two new smartphones this year, one with a 5.9-inch screen and another with a 5.2-inch display version of the Moto S, and which one it releases may be based on Moto X+1 sales.
The Moto X+1 is rumored to be a 5.2-inch Smartphone, but if that proves too small for today's phablet-gorged phone users then Motorola will opt for the larger, 5.9-inch Moto S as its next device.
If Motorola decides to bring its 5.9-inch version of the Moto S to market instead of the 5.2-inch model, Google may repurpose that smaller Moto S and brand it as a second Nexus device. So, depending on Motorola's choices, Google could launch a 5.9-inch Nexus phablet and a smaller 5.2-inch Nexus phone.
There's no word on when we should expect these phones to debut, but last year Google quietly unveiled its Nexus 5 Smartphone and Android 4.4 KitKat at the end of October. It's also important to note that Google hasn't confirmed any plans to release new smartphones in its Nexus line just yet.