Less than a week after Google launched the upgraded new Nexus 7, an analyst has published a report claiming that the search giant will be collaborating with LG on next year’s Nexus 7.
Sources in Taipei shed light on AMD’s HSA APU efforts and reveal that Kaveri is delayed until 2014.
At this year's Gamescom in Cologne, Germany gamers will be able to go hands-on with some of Konami's most anticipated titles including MercurySteam's acclaimed sequel to the Castlevania: Lords of Shadow series.
Wherever Apple is going, Microsoft wants to tag along. The rumored Apple iWatch has been on many tech enthusiasts’ radars, and, as expected, Microsoft doesn’t want to be left out of the conversation.
Apple is said to be “aggressively” hiring designers for the iWatch, which it plans on releasing in 2014.
At the end of the last ice age, part of the Pacific ocean suddenly saw a burst of biological activity. Strangely, and as suddenly as it started, the activity suddenly stopped just a few hundred years later. Now scientists know why.
Back in 2010 when the iPhone first came to Verizon, the carrier reportedly made purchase commitments to Apple worth $45 billion. It hasn’t sold enough iPhones to cover this figure, which might result in Verizon have to pay some $14 billion to Apple.
A new report spells that the iPad Mini 2 with a high-resolution Retina display may have been delayed until 2014, citing production and yield issues with the Retina panels.
It’s been a long time coming and at last it’s happening. Microsoft is ready to savagely slash Surface RT prices, bringing the tablet closer to its real value. Staples will likely be the first to put the discounts into effect, but chances are other retailers will follow suit soon enough.
While the Asian cheap smartphone market is flourishing by the day, scoring a solid Android gadget for less than $300 continues to be a great challenge in the States. But not if you give an OEM like BLU a chance, since the company has just released the $140 Dash 4.5.
Kids as young as just a few months old these days are already in tune with tablets and other mobile gadgets. This is evident by a recent report of a 14-month-old girl who managed to navigate her dad’s eBay app and purchased him a car.
Thought that the 2.3 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 mobile processor clock speed is just insane? Think again. 3 GHz ARM processors to land in 2014, chaos ensues.
Nokia has to move quickly and efficiently if it wants to catch up to competitors and regain lost grounds, but its current line of Lumia handsets just aren’t cutting it in a world dominated by Android and iOS. Phablets, however, are growing in popularity, so could a 6+ inch Nokia Lumia phablet be coming over
It was fun while it lasted. I mean, while it was being worked on. Or while we thought it was being worked on. Okay, let me start again. Tizen, a mobile operating system that for all intents and purposes is not yet alive, is “almost dead”.
According to a recent rumor, Nintendo's latest chapter in the quirky best-selling racer Mario Kart 8 may be coming to the Wii U next year in April.
Looks like Sony isn’t completely done with their PlayStation 3 console yet, despite announcing their next-generation hardware. It seems that the company is working on a process shrink version, featuring a 28nm RSX and 22nm Cell processor.
RIM, erm, BlackBerry has officially tried everything and anything to escape the dark pits of financial despair, rolling out a new mobile OS, launching new smartphones and even going through a rebranding of sorts. But has it all been enough to put BB’s financial situation back on track?
Have you noticed how phone sizes keep growing while tablets shrink by the day? It’s true, just think of Sony’s new 6.4-inch Xperia Z Ultra “phone” and Fuhu’s 5-inch Nabi Jr. “tablet”.
How about a quad-core Smartphone, packing 2 GB RAM and a decent sized 4.5-inch display on top that costs only 999 Yuan (about $145)? Introducing, the Xiaocai X9.
LG to begin mass-producing flexible displays in Q4 2013, bring always-on voice command phone in 2014
LG Display has reaffirmed that the company will begin mass-producing flexible displays in the Q4, 2013. Additionally, the company plans to introduce always-on voice command powered phones in 2014.