48 hours. That’s how long it took Amazon to make an unprecedented marketing move and address rumors of the world’s first Kindle smartphone for the first time.
According to recent reports, Sony is planning on showcasing a virtual reality headset that will compliment their next-gen PS4 console during this year's Tokyo Game Show.
Microsoft has announced that its next-generation gaming console, the Xbox One, will be available from November 22nd.
According to Windows information site WinBeta, the release candidate for Visual Studio 2013 has leaked online.
How does AMD’s final 8-core FX salvo compare with Intel’s 22nm enthusiast 6-core flagship?
Peter Molyneux’s latest crowdfunding game, Godus, is entering beta on September 13th through Steam’s Early Access. Godus was first announced on Kickstarter and went on to make $750,000.
The multi-touch issue that was found to be affecting some Nexus 7 (2013) units is being given the boot via an update to build JSS15Q, which is currently rolling out over-the-air.
LG has announced that its latest flagship, the G2, will be making its U.S. debut with Verizon on September 12th and will subsequently be launched on AT&T on September 13th.
Microsoft announced today that the Xbox One launch is being scaled back to 13 markets instead of the 21 markets that were originally announced at E3.
HTC’s chief marketing officer Ben Ho has confirmed that the HTC One Max, or “a variant of HTC’s flagship One series,” will be launching sometime in the fourth quarter of 2013, along with two or three mid-tier Desire handsets.
The hype these days surrounds two new iPhones that Apple is expected to unveil next month. Though time and again we do get to hear about the next generation iPad and iPad mini. As per a new report, Apple might release a thinner iPad as well as the much rumored Retina iPad mini in the
When Google launched the updated Nexus 7 (some add ‘2013’ after, and others simply calling it the Nexus 7-2), people were quick to begin comparing the new Nexus specs to Apple’s iPad mini. While processor cores and display quality matters, there’s also the durability thing. So which one is more durable, the new Nexus or
Given the gushing enthusiasm that seemed to accompany each and every second-gen Nexus 7 leak in the past six months, you’d think now that it’s out and about, no one could shut up about it. And yet I have to say things are unusually quiet on the N7-2 front.
Remember that report starring Amazon’s next line of Kindle Fire tablets which claimed at least two of these were to be powered by Qualcomm’s quad-core Snapdragon 800 chip? Though unconfirmed, it had a distinct whiff of credibility and to this day it’s yet to be debunked.
Micro-stuttering has always been the bane of a multiple-GPU setups for quite some time. AMD claims to have a fix for this with its new Catalyst 13.8 driver.
The latest figures on global smartphone shipments reconfirm Android’s dominance with almost 80 percent share, with iOS and Windows Phone trailing far behind.
Remember that crazy rumor about Xiaomi prepping an upper mid-range phone with 720p display, quad-core processor and $160 price tag? Well, it’s a rumor no more. And it gets better, as the Red Rice is reportedly set to go on sale for an incredible Yuan 799 ($130) after all.
At this year's computer graphics SIGGRAPH conference, Ready At Dawn's Matt Pettineo delivered a presentation that delved into the impressive graphical capabilities of the PS4 with their upcoming alternate reality exclusive The Order: 1886.
MediaTek has unveiled the quad-core MT8135 SoC, which offers mainstream performance with its big.LITTLE MP arrangement of two clusters of dual Cortex-A15 and dual Cortex-A7 cores, and a powerful PowerVR Series6 GPU.
The initial specifications of Nexus 7 looked promising but how does it stack up against it main competitor from Apple, the iPad Mini?