NVIDIA has just announced that ZTE will be the first company to launch a smartphone powered by the brand new Tegra 4 chip. Isn’t that a little bit sad? Why not Sony? LG? HTC?
Researchers have figured out how to make Xenon flash modules incredibly tiny. The trick is to make the capacitor out of polymers, not electrolytics.
Qualcomm has just introduced two new chips for lower end devices, the Snapdragon 400 and the Snapdragon 200. Both should land in phones this year.
ST-Ericsson has just announced that they’re going to show off a 3 GHz quad core chip at MWC next week, because why not? Sounds cool, right? Not really, because we don’t have a ship date.
Acer has announced two new phones before the start of MWC. Both are for budget conscious people. But honestly, if you’re on a budget, why not buy used?
SwiftKey 4 has just hit the Google Play Store. It’s 50% off too, so if you haven’t gone ahead and purchased the app … what are you waiting for?!
T-Mobile is now offering everyone in America unlimited talk, text, and 2G internet access for $35 per month. That’s the bargain of the century, or is it?
NVIDIA has just announced something called Phoenix. It’s a reference board that’s meant for handset makers looking to get a device out to market as soon as possible.
NVIDIA has just announced the Tegra 4i, their first Tegra chip with built-in 4G LTE. You’d think it’s the Tegra 4 with LTE, but it’s not. It’s a faster version of the Tegra 3.
An ultra high resolution image of HTC’s One has just leaked. What makes this leak crazy is that the official announcement is less than 12 hours away! We’ll be covering it live.