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24 articles

MediaTek MT6572 chip outed to give entry-level smartphones much-needed boost

The MediaTek MT6572 dual-core chip is sure to give entry-level smartphones the much-needed -- and fairly inexpensive -- boost. Read on to find out why.
by David GonzalesMay 2, 20133

Are current smartphones good enough?

Your phone is your connection to the world, but is it up to the task? We take a look at current phones and ponder if they're really good enough.
by Nate SwannerJanuary 30, 201312

CES 2013: Archos debuts four more tablets under the Titanium series

Archos has shown off four more tablets at CES, this time part of the Titanium series. Can the their sleek design and serious hardware help Archos break into the already crowded tablet ...
by Robert TriggsJanuary 10, 20133

Samsung Galaxy S3 vs Samsung Galaxy Nexus [video]

After initially choosing Android over IOS, one must then decide which Android phone suits them the most. Whittling down your choice can be ...
by ClaytonJune 21, 201246

HTC One S: How to speed up your phone’s dual-core processing

The HTC One S has a dual-core processor but it’s such a pity to think that they haven’t really been optimized. The folks at XDA Developers, however, have found a ...
by Ken EastJune 15, 20121

Rumored Supply Chain Problems Could Delay Major Android Releases

San Diego-based Qualcomm supplies SoCs for many Android makers, with its dual-core Snapdragon S4 (Krait) chip powering several high-profile Android devices that are coming ...
by Bogdan PetrovanMarch 10, 2012

Sony Announces the 1.5GHz Dual-Core, 12MP and 720p Screen Xperia S

Wow CES has shown us so many cool new devices already and it’s barely even started. Let’s talk about the newly announced Sony Xperia S, we have seen it leaked for quite a ...
by AlexanderJanuary 10, 20121

Motorola Droid RAZR: It’s Not What You Think – qHD Super AMOLED Display, LTE, Dual-Core Processor & ...

Do you remember this bad boy? In late 2004, Motorola dropped this clamshell, flip-phone, into the phone market. Immediately this device became wildly popular and the Motorola ...
by Matthew SabatiniOctober 1, 20113

Samsung Eyes Crisper 3D Graphics, Faster CPU, Less Power Usage with New Exynos 4212

Samsung has announced its upcoming dual-core processor that claims to offer faster speed, more power, and crisper 3D graphics and games to smartphone and tablets–the Samsung ...
by Alvin YbañezSeptember 29, 2011

Samsung Just Keeps the Superphones Coming – New Samsung SHV-E120L, 1.5Ghz Dual Core with 4.7 Inch HD Display

Samsung is on overdrive! This device marks yet another entrant to the Superphone Arena, packing specs to die for. The Samsung SHV-E120L first exposed itself in NenaMark’s ...
by Darcy LaCouveeSeptember 22, 20114
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