Google may turn to Qualcomm as the chipmaker of choice for the next-generation Nexus 7, reports Pacific Crest analyst Michael McConnel. Citing supply chain issues and competitive pricing, Google could be leaving NVIDIA and the Tegra 4 out of the tablet. Supply chain conversations indicate two reasons …
The latest comScore figures are out, and even though Apple took the top spot for smartphone manufacturers, Android still leads as the number one smartphone platform. Smartphone ownership rose slightly during the last three months of 2012, thanks to the holidays and end of year …
Guess who has something new and (superb/beautiful/powerful/innovative) for Mobile World Congress! Guess who likes to play games and tease their fans and followers. If you answered LG to either of these questions, you’re on to the bonus round. The video you see below is LG’s …
The rumored and oft-leaked “HuaShan” device from Sony has now been said to have a new name, the Xpreia SP, and has shown itself off in some leaked pictures. The device is said to have: 1.7GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 Plus CPU 1GB of RAM 4.5-inch 720p …
Chromebook Pixel completely designed by Google with touchscreen, 2560×1700 resolution leaks on video
In a new drool-worthy leaked video, we’re seeing some leaked info on the Chromebook Pixel. The notebook is entirely designed by Google, and features a 2560×1700 resolution, as well as a full touchscreen, and – by the renders – looks quite sexy. While the video …
The Satechi Smart LED Desk lamp is now available and guarantees to be the perfect lighting accessory for any home or office. The Smart LED Desk lamp performs double duty – brightening rooms and charging USB-based devices like smartphones and MP3 players in a sleek, …
For those of you not familiar with Dropbox… well, you might want to get outside every once in awhile. The service provides cloud hosting for your files, and makes them available on mobile and desktop devices. Now, imagine that you’re trying to download a large …
The U.S. model is expected to arrive in May or June, according to reports.
Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) remains the most popular version of the platform but 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) and 4.1 (Jelly Bean) are closing the gap. New figures in the Android Developers Dashboard are out and things look to be moving right along with older stuff dying …
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