2012 has been all about baby steps for Intel in the Android décor. The world’s largest PC chip maker has adopted a very cautious approach for its first smartphone efforts, focusing mostly on entry-level devices targeted at emerging markets.
First benchmark results of Intel-powered Lenovo K900 are off the charts
While Intel started out slowly in the Android world, powering only entry-level devices during 2012, we suspected that one of these days the world’s largest semiconductor chip maker will be looking to step things up.
Android 7.0 Nougat review: an Android version for Android fans (Update: what&...
Best Android TV devices – what are your options?
(Update: First Nougat update rolls out!) Android 7.0 Nougat update: when will...
Fitbit Charge 2 vs Charge HR
What would you change about the Pixel and Pixel XL? [Poll of the Week]
Crowdfunding project of the week: SunnyBAG LEAF+ is a solar panel you can tak...
What is LTE Advanced?
Flirting with the iPhone 7: why I just couldn’t do it
New & upcoming Android phones
Best Samsung Galaxy Note 5 wireless chargers
What caused the great Galaxy Note 7 defect? Here are the leading theories (UP...
Guide for returning Samsung Galaxy Note 7 in the USA
Just how bad is the Galaxy Note 7 situation for Samsung’s brand?
Returning your Galaxy Note 7? Here are some other great Android phones you sh...
Why Samsung killing the Note 7 was absolutely the right move