Vizio tried to enter the smartphone market two years ago when they announced an Android phone at CES, but the device never made it to market and the project was scrapped. Now they are back with a pair of new smartphones that they hope will succeed in China. Even though these devices might not be ... Read More »
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NVIDIA just unveiled their Tegra 4 chip, which was in line with expectations, but they surprised everyone with the announcement of a portable gaming system referred to as Project Shield. The mobile device is shaped like a game controller, but it comes with a Tegra 4 chip inside and features a ... Read More »
The Samsung Galaxy Note is one of the most popular imported devices right now. There’s already a ton of hype surrounding the quasi-tablet in the US, and with an official release right around the corner, the noise is bound to get louder.
Through various leaks and FCC filings, we’ve come to learn that the Note ... Read More »
Velocity Micro is hardly new to the Android tablet game, but I’m guessing many of you haven’t heard of them and that they probably weren’t at the top of anyone’s holiday wish list.
Their tablets are targeted at the low end of the market and typically that has meant extremely questionable specs and an outdated ... Read More »
As CES 2012 draws near, we are due for some loose lips to out a product or two ahead of the actual show. First out of the gate this week is ASUS with what appears to be a 7-inch addition to the Eee Pad line. Unfortunately the image wasn’t accompanied by any additional information, so ... Read More »
Intel’s Medfield system-on-a-chip isn’t the company’s first venture into smartphone territory. Last year at CES 2011, Intel and LG partnered up to debut Intel’s Moorestown chip. Unfortunately, nothing ever came of the reference device. Due to a “lack of marketability,” the handset never saw retail. This year, things could be different.
Hot on the heels of news that Acer plans on introducing fewer, higher quality products in 2012, the Iconia Tab A700 has been detailed by the Russian blog NoMobile.ru, featuring specs that make even the highest end tablet seem like old news.
Slated for debut at CES, the A700 is both ... Read More »
If you thought that 700,000 daily Android activations was an impressive number, you’re in for a treat. Andy Rubin has just announced via Twitter that there were 3.7 million new Android devices activated over the Christmas weekend. To put that in perspective, that number is two and a half times higher than the ... Read More »
Little is known about the Sony Ericsson LT28at beyond a previous rumor that suggested the LT28at will feature a 1.5 GHz dual-core processor (unknown make). The LT28at is back and has made its way through the Bluetooth SIG process. The SIG showing indicates this Xperia superphone is going to be a beast, featuring a 4.55″ ... Read More »