Samsung Electronics is in preliminary discussions with the EU antitrust regulator to settle charges slapped on them for allegedly using illegal sales tactics. The Korean chaebol was accused of keeping their chief rival Apple from licensing essential cellular patents.
sTec will be acquired by HGST, which was bought out by Western Digital just over a year ago. sTec’s agreement to merge with HGST is considered a wise decision since the company already sells the ULTRASTAR enterprise SSD line. Currently there are no SSDs under the Western Digital brand name. sTec specializes with solid-state drives
Following previous reports of an update for the One X, HTC is also planning to update its HTC Butterfly with Sense 5 and backport other features from its flagship HTC One
NVIDIA had a solid first quarter of 2014, but can it sustain this level of growth?
Google's heavily rumored unified messaging app could be called 'Hangouts' and include swiping gestures.
Chinese smartphone manufacturer Jiayu showed off their upcoming products at their press event at Shenzhen last weekend. Among them is the new 5.7 inch Jiayu G6 phablet featuring a new Mediatek Quad Core chipset.
Earlier today at a Media Conference in Beijing, Qualcomm's Senior Product Manager Yufei Wang confirmed that the company's latest and greatest Snapdragon 800 chipset based on the enhanced Krait 400 architecture will enter mass production in late May.
Samsung has just introduced a gargantuan smartphone being called the Galaxy Mega. This model comes in a 5.8 or 6.3” display and is a direct response to consumers demanding larger and sharper looking displays, but is this just a passing fad?
Microsoft knows that in order to stay competitive they will need to focus their shift away from the desktop PC. As part of that plan, the software giant plans on developing a new line of 7-inch Surface tablets.
At the 2013 Mobile World Congress, AMD has revealed their new Temash SoC (System On a Chip). Temash is a quad core APU using the Jaguar architecture and is designed for use in tablets and hybrid PCs. With integrated Radeon HD graphics, powerful tablets on par with laptops are just around the corner.
Researchers are looking a new micro size nanosensor that would float around in our bloodstream monitoring our heart health. This device would warn patients by sending a message directly to their smartphone.
While it looks as if the Microsoft Surface Pro is flying off the shelves, the real culprit may be that there were never many in the first place. Some reports are suggesting that Microsoft purposely made sure their new product was under stocked at retailers.
More mobile devices are being used today for surfing the web or interacting on social media sites than ever before. A new report from the global information company, NPD Group, shows that consumers are venturing away from the PC for basic Internet browsing, and entertainment.
This week alone, approximately 7 million iPhones and iPad users have used a new hacking app called ‘evasi0n’. Evasi0n allows one to jailbreak an iPhone or iPad quite easily and in just a few minutes time.
Geanee Japan develops their version of an Android-on-a-stick device, the ADH-42. Aside from the slightly upgraded specs, it uses the Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) OS, and has an available market alternative to Google Play.
APC just unveiled their first ever Mini PC constructed with an actual paperboard cover. The system comes combined with a Rock APC board and will be available for order in March of this year.
Apple lost a percentage of its value on Monday after news was made aware about the company cutting their iPhone orders in half.
Tech pundits love nothing better than to brag about how their mobile device of choice is the best on the market and that it is either leading the pack or killing the leader. From the iPhone to the iPad, the Android smartphone to the Nexus the hyperbolae gushes forth like verbal diarrhea when in fact
The Chinese electronics maker, Huawei, shipped out 85 percent of their goods under their own brand name in 2012 as compared to 20 percent in 2011. Huawei will also unveil their new ‘Ascend Mate’ model smartphone at the upcoming CES 2013 – it is rumored to be the most powerful smartphone ever.
With 2012 behind us we will also see the end of the netbook line of portable computers. Once considered the future, the netbook was kicked out of the race by mobile touch screen devices such as the iPad.