As it was previously reported, Qualcomm's upcoming smartwatch known as Toq, will be available on December 2 for $349.99. Although it is available in Black colour at the moment and it will start shipping in a few weeks, the company started taking pre-orders.
With several manufacturers already showed their vision of smartwatch, ZTE has yet to enter the battle with its own smartwatch. However, it was also reported that the company is interested in other wearable devices such as a Google Glass type product.
Chinese phone maker THL wants their octa-core Smartphone to be the preferred choice of the people in China. And thus, the firm has put in everything that a person could dream of in a Smartphone (sorry, no holorgraphic projections yet). And that includes...
HTC rolled out a design-update to its Power Flip Case for the HTC One Max 6-inch class tablet. It now features tiny notches on the outward sides, which let you roll it up into a stand, in the landscape orientation of the device. It's priced at $90 a pop.
Amazon is poised to launch its next-generation Kindle Paperwhite e-book reader in early Q2, 2014 (that would be April). The device could feature a higher-resolution 300 ppi e-ink screen, making it competitive with current offerings from the likes of Kobo.
Apple acquired PrimeSense, a key motion-controller technology developer, which innovated Kinect-like sensors that offer better depth-perception, in addition to motion control, using its in-house design processors, technology, and user-control API, called NiTE.
Allwinner is one of the smaller names in the semiconductor industry. Nevertheless, the fabless company's designed chips make their way to many tablets coming out of China (actually, most remain in the country and get consumed by the people living there itself).
Clove UK is now selling accessories for the new Motorola Moto G. Unlike the company's flagship Moto X, the new value oriented Moto G has removable (and thus, exchangeable) back covers that can be switched on the fly (oh look, a different color for different occasions).
Are you interested in making apps which are compatible with Google Glass? Well, now you can do so, and without breaking your back over it. Google has released the tool to enable software development for Google Glass - Mirror API. Accessing the API itself is free.
Intel's CEO Brian Kraznich at an investor meeting held earlier today revealed plans to bring 64-bit Atom Bay Trail chips to Windows tablets next year. At present, budget Windows 8 tablet offerings such as the 8-inch Dell Venue Pro 8 are using a 32-bit chip.
Qualcomm has released additional details regarding the company's latest chipset for mobile devices. The Snapdragon 805, announced earlier this week, will take over the Snapdragon 800 (a hugely successful chipset which can be found in almost every flagship).
Microsoft announced today that the Xbox One launch is the biggest launch in Xbox history. Redmond's next-generation game console cum DVR (hey, it looks like one too) is now owned by over 1 million gamers. This impressive number was attained in under 24 hours.
Reports suggest that Sony may be working on a PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita combo, to be launched in the UK. A leaked image reveals the existence of of PS4 + PS VITA Ultimate Edition bundle which will be launched in December 2013, i.e. next month.
A couple of days back, the Korean Herald had published an article claiming that ARM, apart from pushing full steam ahead with 64-bit chips for 2014, are also working on 128-bit chips for the year 2015. Now, anybody with half a page worth's knowledge about chips...
OUYA had promised a refined user interface to all its customers, and we are pleased to announce that it has finally arrived. The $99 console that can is receiving a new system software update titled 'Abonimable Snowman' that brings a lot of changes, including a...
Previously, we had reported that Korean giant LG was working on their own mobile SoCs based on ARM architecture. Fresh details regarding the company's first mobile chipset, dubbed 'Odin', have come to light. The chip will reportedly come in both quad-core and octa-core.
iFixit managed to get their hands dirty with Microsoft's new game console. The Xbox One tear down revealed one interesting feature, that its hard disk drive can easily be replaced by users, who can swap it for a drive with much higher capacity (2 TB anyone?).
MediaTek announced the world's first "true octa-core" mobile processor yesterday. One of the hottest discussions these past months has been whether today's apps and games can actually take advantage of all eight processing cores. Then there's the performance equation.
It can't be a coincidence that Qualcomm comes up with a new, beefed up mobile SoC on the same day that MediaTek announces a budget solution which is also the world's first octa-core mobile SoC, and that it manages to topple the Snapdragon 800 in many benchmarks.
After months of teasing, semiconductor company MediaTek has finally gone official with the world's first "true octa-core" processor. Dubbed the MT6592, inside are eight ARM Cortex A7 architecture (power optimized) based CPU cores, capable of clocking as high as 2 GHz.