Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8.1 SDK for developers has revealed that the upcoming update will be packed to the brim with new and improved functionality.
Lian Li’s new cases, the PC-B16 and PC-A61, feature individually detachable hard drive bays and will debut at CeBIT next month.
ARM’s new platform promises big speed increases over the Cortex A-9 and targets devices in the $200 price point range.
Less than 24 hours after being discontinued by its own creator, smashing mobile game hit Flappy Bird is again in the limelight, as fans of the once free-to-play title look willing to cough up 100 gees to get that miserable yellow bird through one more pipe set.
Synology’s DS214 Play is the speedy media-focused big brother to the DS214.
Leaked specs of HTC’s upcoming M8 mini reveal a device that features mid-range hardware and on-screen buttons.
This allows users to run the dual GPUs as one single unit, albeit only within Windows at this point in time.
When LG first revealed the G Pro 2 was to roll out in February, everybody assumed the formal debut would happen in the month’s closing days, during Barcelona’s Mobile World Congress, but now comes word it’s all going down next week.
Nokia’s Android aspirations might be given the boot by Microsoft once its devices business is sold off to the Redmond giant, but it seems it isn’t stopping the Finns from continuing to test the Nokia X (aka Normandy.)
Although it’s never enjoyed success in the tablet arena and backed out of the game more than two years ago, HTC is reportedly prepping a grand comeback, thanks to a mysterious high-end Nexus slate rolling out later this year.
The next major iOS update, currently in beta stage, may be released a few weeks from today.
A research firm’s new report estimates that Apple’s market share in global PC and tablet market grew significantly in Q4, 2013.
Apple continues to tweak and improve iOS 7.1, and the latest beta release includes noticeable changes to the OS.
The first Chromebox from Asus is the most affordable way to access Chrome OS.
Samsung India has slashed the price of the Galaxy Gear by almost $120 (Rs. 7,000), making the company’s first smartwatch considerably more attractive to consumers.
The latest from Taiwanese supply sources hints towards the possibility of iPhone 6 touting enhanced imaging capabilities.
LG continues to gradually trickle out official information on the upcoming G Pro 2 smartphone, which is poised to debut later this month touting a 13 MP rear-facing camera with a number of neat tricks up its sleeve.
Intel’s Celeron J1800 uses the same Atom chip as the Asus Transformer Book T100, but with a higher TDP.
Samsung’s first Windows Phone device in 2014 will have a Qualcomm’s Adreno 305 GPU and will be exclusive to Verizon.
Monthly hardware survey from Steam shows nothing monumental, but reveals a few interesting trends.