Tomshardware managed to score a next-generation Intel Core i7-4960X Ivy Bridge-E processor, and obviously put it through their usual battery of tests. Sadly, the results aren’t that impressive.
The Cellular Operators Association of India has announced that the country now has a total GSM subscriber base of 671.13 active mobile users, which is a slight increase of 0.54% over last month.
Samsung will not be manufacturing the chipsets in the iPhone 6, but will be back for future iPhones.
Since the low-end Lumia 520 is currently the most popular Windows Phone 8 device in the world, it seems only logical for Nokia to continue focusing on that particular sector of the smartphone market. On that note, meet the Lumia 625, previously known as “Max”.
Just when we thought the Indian battle for smartphone supremacy couldn’t get any more heated, Lava has made the Xolo Play T1000 available. Only for pre-orders at this time, but shipping is to get underway later this week.
HTC’s long rumored T6 phablet, dubbed by fresh reports as the HTC One Max, will reportedly pack a massive 6-inch 1080p display and will go head-to-head with the Samsung Galaxy Note III (and most probably emerge as the better phone).
Galaxy Note 8.0, Galaxy Tab 3 7.0, Tab 3 8.0 and Tab 3 10.1. Those are the names of the Samsung tablets released so far this year. And that’s not counting the Windows-powered ATIV Q and ATIV Tab 3, which have been announced recently but are yet to go on sale.
While the HTC One has been holding the title to the best “all-rounded” phone, ASUS now has a new contender to the throne in the PadFone Infinity. We pit them head to head against each other to find out which will emerge victorious.
505 Games has announced that a new Collector's Edition for Payday 2 is now up for pre-order, and a brand new gameplay trailer has been launched as well, giving players insight on the chaotic crime-sprees that take place in Overkill's upcoming sequel.
The Google Nexus 7 gets a price cut, clears away doubts in everyone’s mind, next-generation Nexus tablet to hit us soon.
In a bizarre video featuring a baby, Apple’s mobile OS of the present and future are vying for the baby’s hands. Which one gets the drooling one’s love?
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
Research company Juniper forecasts 160 billion mobile app downloads in the year 2017, double of what’s expected by research firms in this year, 2013.
Preliminary HTC Q2 2013 earnings report speaks for itself. The company has performed far better than the previous quarter, with an estimated profits of $41.6 million. This is in contrast to the dismal $2.8 million made in Q1 2013.
Forget about the processor, RAM, and OS, because the next big Nokia handset will be a megapixel behemoth. The supposed 41MP camera-equipped Lumia 1020 will drop shortly, and like other Lumia models you’ll be able to pick from a pool of black, yellow and white handsets.
While most of you speed addicts wouldn’t even consider giving a chance to any JiaYu phone until hearing more about that Snapdragon 600-powered S1, those that are willing to sacrifice a little to save up money should be ecstatic to hear the G4 Advanced and Youth are finally launching.
Just because Gran Turismo 6 won’t be a Forza-killer on the PlayStation 4 it doesn’t mean that it won’t be an extremely good racing simulator for the PS3, and let’s all be honest here, not everyone of us can afford a PS4 right off the bat anyway.
Alleged pricing of the upcoming budget Apple iPhone surfaces, puts the 16 GB model at $349. Value conscious buyers not too happy.
The newly revealed MediaTek MT6592 8-core SoC might have a top-tier OEM name attached to it already. Reports say that Sony is working on its own Smartphone based on the MT6592 chipset.
A new benchmark reveals an unreleased Samsung Galaxy GT-I9600, runs on Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie.