With Mediatek's popular flagship MT6589 quad core chipset having as many as three models, we prepared a short guide to point out the most significant differences between the three.
The struggling firm is on the verge of releasing their first Mediatek powered budget quad core smartphone in China.
Capcom has released their financial results for the last fiscal year and the results are mixed. Some expectations missed, some expectations exceeded. Net profits were down 55%. They expect a lot better for the new fiscal year.
Fresh reports suggest that Huawei is working on a new ultra slim smartphone. Powered by Android the Huawei P6-U06 will have an insanely thin 6.18 mm body, bagging the crown for the slimmest smartphone ever.
Former Torrent.to has been sentenced to a 46 month prison term for copyright infringements between 2005 and 2008.
Acer'a latest Android powered tablet, the Iconia A1 has launched for a mouth watering price of $169.
The 16GB variant of the Google Nexus 4 is now officially available in Singapore for $668 (US$349 on the Google Play Store) after strong customer demand for the flagship Nexus device from LG.
MediaTek, a company best known for powering low cost devices with their chipsets has announced a new member to their portfolio. Enter the new Mediatek MT6572 dual-core ARM SoC.
Even before the iPhone 5S is out, analysts are talking about the next iPhone 6 for 2014 and this is what they have to say.
LG has unveiled a new variant of their growing Optimus G family. Dubbed the Optimus GK, this new entrant is a hybrid between last year's Optimus G flagship and the current Optimus G Pro phablet.
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.
Mark Cerny from Sony shared why the move to abandon proprietary processors for an x86 chip with unified architecture is the right move for the PS4.
Commercialization of flexible displays will happen eventually, and Apple will want to mine the ores and promote the jewelries before competitors find better and cheaper alternatives. It doesn't seem like 2013 will be the year, but we're hoping mainstream flexible displays will reinvigorate the smartphone industry in 2014.
Lenovo is expected to release a budget 10-inch Android tablet stateside in the coming months. The IdeaTab S6000 made its way to the FCC recently, and if things go smoothly the tablet should hit retail very soon.
The DOCKr is a new iPad accessory designed make Apple's tablet function more like a traditional laptop, and is currently crowdfunding on Kickstarter
Last week, Samsung introduced a superbly monolithic phablet to the market: The Galaxy Mega 6.3. This is the biggest smartphone ever, period. Is there a market for such a device? Apparently so. Are you in that market? Let’s find out by comparing the Mega 6.3 to the Samsung Galaxy S4.
Asus's latest creation is the Geforce GTX 670 DirectCU Mini, featuring a new dual-slot hybrid cooler that fits everything within 6.75" (~17cm), which makes it the ideal high performance graphics solution for space constrained Mini-ITX enclosures.
Rockchip has unveiled a new 28nm RK3168 dual-core that is reportedly more energy efficient than its predecessor—the 40nm RK0366.
Crucial's M500 Solid State Drive has been released for a relative bargain, leading the way towards SSD drives one day becoming cheap enough to take over from the traditional HDD.
Samsung is set to deliver three variants of its Galaxy S IV smartphone globally soon, but depending on which market you’re in, you might not be getting the best of the best—as indicated by a recently released Antutu benchmark.