Amidst powerful computers, monitors and interesting laptops, Lenovo has taken some time to give Android fans some love. These phones are a bit odd, though.
LG Display has started mass production of its new circular Plastic OLED (P-OLED) display that will be used for the LG G Watch R.
At IFA 2014, Sony has now taken the wraps off its impressive Z3 Tablet Compact.
ASUS has unveiled a new model in its MeMO Pad 7 line. The stylish new 7 inch tablet comes in Rose Champagne, Gentle Black and Burgundy Red.
“Time has been transformed, and we have changed” is the quote that ASUS used to tease the launch of its first smartwatch. The quote from the Lebanese poet Khalil Gibran, goes on to say... “it has unveiled its face, inspiring us with bewilderment and exhilaration.” As the smartwatch revolution continues, it is fair to say that the ASUS ZenWatch certainly does inspire.
Lenovo has launched its new Intel powered 8 inch tablet, the TAB S8. The basic model with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage costs just $199.
Android currently supports three processor architectures: ARM, Intel and MIPS. ARM is currently the leader, but Intel and Imagination Technologies (who design the MIPS processors) are viable... alternatives. The next big area where these three chip designers will fight for a slice of the mobile computing pie is 64-bit computing.
The 64-bit MIPS architecture has been around for almost 2...
Full review of the ThL L969, a 5 inch quad-core 4G smartphone. Includes great 2700mAh battery and expansion possibilities up to 64GB via the SD card slot.
Tronsmart Orion R28 launched with Cortex-A17 CPU and the promise of 4GB of RAM. First batch of units are aimed at developers and includes all the source code and a developer SDK.
You have been forced to jettison from your space ship and are in a survival pod. The question is, how long can you survive?