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Behold the most convincing (but still tacky) HTC One clone yet

While cheap Android knock-offs might still be frowned upon in the West, over in China they seem to not only be tolerated better, but grow in popularity by the day. And it’s no wonder, given they’re also consistently improving in terms of build quality and specs. (more…)

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ZTE Geek U988S is the world’s first Nvidia Tegra 4 Smartphone, coming soon to China Mobile

The day has come when Nvidia's Tegra 4 chipset finally sees itself in a phone which is actually being launched into the market, and will be available to consumers for purchase. The ZTE Geek U988S is the world's first Tegra 4 Smartphone, and is coming soon to China Mobile. (more…)

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Lenovo prepping A850 phone with Tegra 3 CPU, Android 4.2 and sub $250 price

Bullish is just the first word that comes to mind when talking about Lenovo’s smartphone prospects, based on the company’s recent claims. Yet we’re not seeing the Chinese stepping things up as we’d have expected. (more…)

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Panasonic India intros P11 and T11 smartphones – Jelly Bean butter for everybody

After failing to gain a foothold in the European smartphone décor, Panasonic has been forced to take a step back, regroup and focus once again solely on the friendlier Asian environment. The Japanese don’t seem keen to win the high-end battle around those parts either, instead unveiling mostly budget devices.

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World premiere gameplay trailer for Mad Max launches tomorrow

In an official Facebook post, Avalanche Studios has announced that the first official gameplay reveal for the definitive post-apocalyptic Mad Max franchise will be released tomorrow. The game is currently in development by the Swedish devs at Avalanche Studios, and will be published by Warner Bros. Interactive for a release in 2014 for

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Marc Whitten admits that Microsoft needs to ‘do a better job engaging with core gamers’ with the Xbox One

An online petition has surfaced that calls for Microsoft to change their recent reversal on the Xbox One's online policies, including such hotly debated concepts as the always online requirement and 24-hour check-ins. The petition has been hosted on change.org, and has since amassed over twenty thousand signatures from the gaming

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Mark Cerny: ‘PS4’s architecture offers more customization than PC’

Mark Cerny has played a pivotal role in the development of Sony's next-gen PlayStation 4 console, and has been responsible for many of the system's touted features including the PS4's flexible architecture that is optimized specifically for developers. Now Cerny has recently commented in an interview with VG24/7 that the console's flexibility

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Blurry new pics of Xiaomi Mi3, Red Rice and MiPad surface, but are they real?

Busy is just one way to describe Xiaomi, as the Chinese OEM is said to be working hard on at least two new phones, plus its first ever tablet. And while the launches of the Mi3, Red Rice and MiPad might still be a while, the trio sure knows how

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Rumor: HTC working on array of high-end devices, including “updated” One and mystery M8

Since things are finally starting to look up for HTC financial-wise and the One is indeed selling like hotcakes (not Samsung hotcakes, but still), it shouldn’t come as a surprise that the Taiwanese are working on a very bold strategy for the near future. (more…)

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