Jon R is away on vacation, but Ashley is here to tackle the biggest tech rumors of this week! On this episode of Rumor Roundup, Ashley talks about Facebook prepping its own mobile RSS reader, which will supposedly be reminiscent of the popular magazine style application, Flipboard.
She also talks about HTC replicating its beautiful hardware for the Microsoft camp by releasing a One look-a-like that’ll run Windows Phone 8, the super secret Motorola X phone revealing itself in another leaked photo that points to a Sprint partnership, and Nokia’s EOS smartphone changing its name to better match the current Lumia offerings. All this and more on Rumor Roundup!
On this week's episode
Facebook is reportedly working on a mobile RSS reader that will organize News Feed links and publisher content into a Flipboard-like layout. The project, known as Reader, is allegedly in response to Facebook’s growing mobile userbase, which makes up an enormous chunk of the social network’s traffic. Of course, that means more ads stuffed in […]
HTC is reportedly developing an HTC One clone that runs Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8 operating system, Neowin reports. The handset will feature similar specs and design to the HTC One, though it won’t be a perfect copy. The Windows Phone handset is expected to sport an aluminum body, Beats Audio, and a display measuring between four and […]
Motorola and Google have apparently been working on a major new release, though it seems that Google recently lost interest in the device. In any case, the phone, often referred to as the “Motorola X,” has been leaked several times before. Now we’re being treated to yet another image of the device that was obtained […]
The long-rumored 41-megapixel Nokia EOS smartphone is expected to launch on July 11 at a press event held in New York, but we’ve always assumed EOS was just a code-name or placeholder for the handset, which will likely be a member of the Lumia family. Now, profilic mobile news leaker @evleaks is reporting that the […]