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OUYA signs-up 2 more partners

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by on August 4, 2012 6:59 am
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Even though there are only a few days left until the end of OUYA‘s Kickstarter campaign, they’re still managing to sign-up more partners to make their offer more compelling and to increase the buzz around their product. This could help with receiving more donations in the last few days of…

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3DMark has been the standard gaming benchmark for PC for over a decade now. It’s what people have been using to see how their hardware fares with the latest games. The 3DMark version for Android is coming out later this year, and it has gained 4 more partners for  their…

HTC One X+ shows up in Nenamark scores?

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by on August 3, 2012 9:14 am
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HTC had a little bit of a reboot this year with the One series, led by the HTC One X, which was meant to be the best smartphone on the market. And the One X really was the king of the hill for a while, but, shortly after its release,…

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Archos been manufacturing MIDs/tablets even before Apple announced the iPad. But they’ve always been more about low-end to mid-end devices, than about making gadgets that actually look and feel premium. It looks like that’s about to change with Archos’ Gen 10 tablets, which look like they were made to compete…

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Last month, Google announced that ICS devices represented close to 11% of the total Android devices, and now a new report is saying that ICS saw a 50% increase on Android devices, jumping to 16% after a month. Gingerbread still owns the lion share of the market, sitting at 60%,…

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One of the main issue I have with mobile devices is that they have very slow storage. It’s typically under 10 MB/s read speed for most devices, and even the best of the best flagships only get to around 20 MB/s read speed, and about half of that as write…

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Google Wallet promised to replace physical wallets with a virtual wallet that can be accessed from your Android phone. However, the momentum has been slow in the U.S. because carriers are trying their best to avoid using it on the handsets they sell, because they are preparing their own competing…