As the Japanese carrier NTT DoCoMo is preparing for the announcement on May 15, one of the long rumoured smartphones is finally reaching its destination. It is believed that the mentioned carrier will unveil Sony's Xperia A which has just gone through the FCC approval.
By the end of April, Nokia sent out invites for a media event held in London. There is a long list of possible devices that Nokia plans to launch, from Lumia 928, to the company's first phablet. Thanks to new rumours, we have potential specs for the 6-inch phablet.
Wacom refreshed its popular Cintiq 22HD display. The new 21.5-incher features multi-touch, and 16 physical macro buttons lacing its bezel, letting you switch tools and brushes without lifting the Cintiq Pen. The refreshed pen-display will replace its predecessor in May.
Impressed with the Optimus G Pro, but find its 5.5-inch screen a tad too big? No worries, LG shrunk it down to 5-inch with the Optimus GK, featuring the same 1080p resolution, and the same premium innards of its older sibling. It's launched first are Korea-exclusive.
Micro-Star International is one of the world's largest information technology manufacturers that are well known for its motherboards and graphics card for gamers. To keep supporting gamers, MSI has launched the world's first 27-inch All-In-One gaming PC.
After Microsoft announced 1080p Windows Phone support, the first company which will utilize high screen resolution will be Nokia. According to new rumours, the Finnish company is currently working on its first phablet device that will be introduced sometime in the Q2.
Manufacturers of Windows Phone hardware are ready to release 1080p smartphones, but the only problem is in the operating system. Luckily, Microsoft is working on a new update which should bring 1080p display support to Windows Phone operating system.
Even though the Chinese handset manufacturers launched K900 handset back at the CES 2013, we still can't get the smartphone. There has been a lot of talking about the Lenovo K900 for its impressive hardware and first benchmarks reveal the whole picture.
Mass-availability of OUYA was announced by its makers. Slated for early-June, the "open" console, which seeks to change archaic business models, will be available in three major markets, the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom, priced at its promised $99.99.
To compete with Samsung's flagship smartphone, Huawei apparently already have a handset to compete with it. According to rumours, Huawei is working on a direct Galaxy S IV competitor, which should have a 4.9-inch 1080p display and a quad-core ARM Cortex-A15 processor.