While Samsung over the year showed several flexible, however there are no devices with this particular technology. Apparently not even Samsung’s smartphone flagship Galaxy S IV will have flexible screen. However, Samsung will show its progress on this field.
Samsung confirmed a reported vulnerability in Exynos kernel code that could be used in some apps and is already working on a fix for it. Samsung noted that legitimate apps are not carrying any risk so if you're worried for your data, don't use any lesser known app.
Although Chiphell is a known rumour source, the latest rumour is an interesting one. According to the leaked slide from them, Tegra 4 will have as much as six times the shader cores than Tegra 3 had. The product under codename Wayne supposedly has 72 shader processors.
Nokia's big Windows slate plans are back on the front-burner, with reports of the firm resuming talks with the people it needs to talk to, to build a 10-inch Windows RT tablet: its pal Microsoft, contract-manufacturer Compal Electronics, and chip-maker Qualcomm.
Trustonic, founded by ARM, Gemalto and Giesecke & Devrient, launched as ARM's standard security and trust provider for chipmakers that don't already use solutions such as Trust Foundation or Mobicore. It provides apps access to hardware encryption and authentication.
Not even a week after Google launches Google Maps for iOS, it seems they broke the law. According to the Independent Centre for Privacy Protection in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany, the application shares personal data, precisely the location data without your agreement.
While it is already known that both of next-gen Tegra chips would be taped out this year, NVIDIA will officially present its newest Tegra solutions for mobile devices at the upcoming CES. There will be two chips, Tegra 4 codenamed Wayne and SoC solution codenamed Grey
It seems that there is a security issue on Android devices which runs Samsung’s Exynos processors. The problem is that it allows any application complete access to the RAM and the kernel which could be a big problem. Samsung is yet to comment on this issue.
EFUN launched the Nextbook Premium 7SE-GP, and entry-level 7-inch tablet priced under $100, loaded with Android 4.0 "Ice Cream Sandwich," Amlogic A9 1 GHz SoC, and 1 GB of RAM. Despite its low price, the tablet appears to pack a formidable connectivity and feature set.
Yet another tablet is set to hit the surfaced, but only in Japan. Fujitsu has just announced the launch of its slim, water and dust resistant 10.1-inch tablet named Arrows Tab F-05E. Reportedly it runs Android 4.0 ICS system and is released through NTT Docomo.
With only two months of iPad Mini release, rumours about new Mini 2 have already started. New infos have surfaced that the new version will come with an improved display. The main news on the new iPad Mini 2 tablet is that Apple will go with Retina display.
In a tweet from Minecraft developer Johan Bernhardsson, he revealed that Minecraft Pocket Edition, the Android and iOS version for mobile devices, has moved 5 million units so far. This comes right on the heels of the announcement that the Xbox Edition sold 4.5 million.
4G LTE ISP EE launched two new tablets pre-fitted (contracted) for its service, in the UK, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 LTE and ASUS Nexus 7 with Huawei E3589 LTE modem bundle. With them, EE is bundling three monthly data-plans that affect up-front cost of the devices.
Fuhu announced the Nabi XD, a 10.1-inch tablet that converts to an ultraportable. Priced at $250, the device is designed [admittedly] for tweens (ages 10~12), which shows not just in its loud design, but also Rightware Kanzi custom-UI that's intuitive and safe.
MediaTek stepped up its value-segment SoC game by launching the MT6589, the world's first quad-core SoC featuring ARM Cortex-A7 CPU cores clocked over 1 GHz, and PowerVR Series 5 XT GPU. The SoC is designed for performance phones and tablets running Jelly Bean.
German company Braun launched the B-Tab 803, an entry-level 8-incher loaded with just enough hardware to get you the Android 4.0 "Ice Cream Sandwich" experience, without breaking the bank, including a 5-point multitouch display, and a set-top box processor.
Business users have a great choice when buying a laptop, and EliteBook is certainly one of them. Its design stands out from the rest, and the company announced making a brand new hybrid-concept EliteBook, combined with an Ivy Bridge and touchscreen tablet.
Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is one the most anticipated events that are held throughout the year. With less than a month left until the beginning, Samsung tickled the imagination of its customers by announcing a teaser about new devices at CES 2013.
Following its November launch, Barnes and Noble's UK venture of the Nook HD and HD+ platforms expanded with Nook Video. British Nookies get access to a wealth of content providers for programme and live event streaming subscriptions, movies, and TV shows.
Designed to dominate the high-performance ARM SoC market, NVIDIA's Tegra 3 is finding itself facing tough competition from Qualcomm Snapdragon S4, which could limit its growth in 2013, from 2012, where it landed orders from big products such as Nexus 7 and Surface RT.