Apple’s next-generation iPhone 5S has finally entered into mass production, reports Chinese publication Expreview. The report also lists down a few of the confirmed Apple iPhone 5S internal specifications, and they aren’t as impressive as you’d hope for them to be.
Rumor has it that Apple wants to expand the adoption of IGZO displays to its MacBooks as well. IGZO displays consume less power and are therefore a viable selection if the company wants further increase battery life on MacBooks.
A new report says that Samsung is yet to finalize the hardware specifications of their upcoming Galaxy Note III phablet flagship.
Sharp introduces its very own 32-inch 4K Ultra HD monitor based on the company’s new low-power IGZO display. Additionally, the monitor supports pen input, much like the stylus on the Galaxy Note II.
An interesting report has popped up on our radar, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 might pack a LCD display, ditching the Super AMOLED panel, for certain markets only.
Flagships in 2014 are going to redefine the term “Retina” when 5 to 6 inch Smartphones begin offering iPad 4 like 1600p screen resolution.
You can’t exactly call Fujitsu one of the ultrabook market’s biggest names, but the Lifebook UH90/L might well put the Japanese on the map.
ASUS today announced its first mainstream 4K monitor, the PQ321 True 4K UHD monitor. This LED-backlit 31.5 incher packs four times the pixels of a full HD display and supports 10-bit RGB ‘deep color’ for vibrant, natural looking images.