No more leaky mobile news as @evleaks folds
Popular mobile technology leakster who we know well from Twitter, @evleaks, has ended it’s ‘leaking’ operations, the owner wrote.
Known by it’s @evleaks handle which has well over 180,000 followers on Twitter, Evleaks has been a blessing to mobile technology blogs and their readers as they provided us insights and pictures of unannounced products and technologies.
Though the main reason why @evleaks is going bye bye was not made public, the owner, Evan Blass, who ranks in the editorial crew of Engadget.com and PocketNow.com even before founding the leaked news source, is thought to be troubled by legal issues from one of these phone makers and carriers and that’s why he decided to run away than to fight and get killed.
Evan’s @evleaks Twitter handle will still be in use as we speculate. Having renamed the account to his name “Evan Bass”, he’ll probably follow up tech stuff on the handle and maybe sometimes, chip in some good ol leaks.
Now that @evleaks has closed, it’s time to move on. BestMobs.com will still be your source of information for exclusive news, gossip and rumors happening live in the mobile phone world.
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- No more leaky mobile news as @evleaks folds