The coverage going on at Android Central has been nothing short of ridiculous (and that's a good thing). From the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Note Edge, to the Moto X and Moto 360, no stone was left unturned, and the community loved every minute of the coverage. Phil and his team have been scattered all over the place, from Berlin, to New York, to Chicago... and now Las Vegas for CTIA Super Mobility Week. My hat is off to Alex, Richard, Derek, Jerry, Andrew and Phil for an absolutely amazing job over the past few weeks.
Much like Android Central, Connectedly has had no shortage of new devices to talk about. Everything from the Withings Activité fitness watch, to the Moto 360, LG G Watch R, Samsung Gear S, Asus Zenwatch, Apple CarPlay, and Samsung Gear VR (to name a few) all made headlines. Connectedly also featured a great guide, showing you how to choose the best heart rate monitor for you.
On CrackBerry, Bla1ze and the team have been doing a stellar job keeping us all in the loop. Earlier in the month we got a look at the upcoming BlackBerry Assistant app, and a closer look at BlackBerry Blend. We also got a sneak peek of the Porsche Design P'9983, and a closer look at the key specs. Of course, I have to mention our BlackBerry Passport contest (again). If you want a chance to win one, click here (all you need to do is leave a comment to enter).
The Apple event yesterday in Cupertino was the talk of the tech world, and with good reason. The company introduced two new phones (the iPhone 6, and larger iPhone 6 Plus), along with their first wearable, the Apple Watch. They also introduced Apple Pay, a brand new one-touch payment system that doesn't require any pin numbers. To wrap up the event itself, U2 made an appearance on stage to belt out their latest single from a new album 'Songs of Innocence', which U2 is giving away for free to iTunes, iTunes Radio and Beats Music customers in 119 countries around the world... Making it the biggest album release ever in history.
Windows Phone Central:
Windows Phone Central has been jam-packed full of goodness, as per usual. Daniel and the team have gone hands-on with the Lumia 830, Lumia 730, and the new Lumia Camera. They've also managed to put up photo galleries of the Lumia 830, Lumia 735 and Lumia 730. Mark also posted a closer look at the 4K Moment Capture and Rich Capture features found within Lumia Camera. Really cool.