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Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus review

by Nirave Gondhia 7 days ago243 comments

Photo Fight: Galaxy S8 vs LG G6, Xperia XZs, Huawei P10, Pixel XL, OnePlus 3T

by Nirave Gondhia 4 days ago75 comments

Huawei P10 lite review

by Gary Sims 3 days ago19 comments

Best Samsung Galaxy S8 cases

by Ankit Banerjee 4 days ago36 comments
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The most expensive Android Wear watch yet is coming on November 9 from Tag Heuer

Android Wear is going up scale. Tag Heuer’s first smartwatch is officially launching November 9 with an $1800 price tag.
by Bogdan PetrovanSeptember 30, 201520

Google joins other tech companies to create a new video format

Google has teamed up with 6 other tech giants to create a next-generation video format. What is this all about, though? Click through to find out!
by Edgar CervantesSeptember 2, 201520

Intel is testing its Core M processors for smartphones

Kirk Skagen, Intel's General Manager, states that the company is testing its Core M series of processor for use in phablet smartphones.
by Robert TriggsSeptember 2, 201529

Intel works with Google to develop Project Tango developer kit for RealSense devices

Intel and Google have partnered up to release a Project Tango developer kit that uses RealSense camera technology.
by Edgar CervantesAugust 19, 20151
 
 

Qualcomm’s high horse: can anyone knock them off?

After posting poor finances and a major workforce restructure, is Qualcomm's market position in danger of being snapped up by one of its competitors?
by Robert TriggsAugust 18, 201517

Intel unveils 3D XPoint memory that’s 1000 times faster than flash

Intel and Micron have unveiled their new 3D XPoint memory technology, which could boost access speeds and density over traditional NAND flash.
by Robert TriggsJuly 29, 20158

Samsung announces new transparent and mirror OLED displays

Samsung Display has announced its first mirror and transparent OLED display, and plans to implement Intel's Real Sense technology for interactive advertising.
by Robert TriggsJune 10, 201517

Rezence wireless charging coming to devices next year, says Intel

Intel's Kirk Skaugen has stated that Rezence wireless charging will be integrated into laptops, keyboards, mice, and other devices beginning next year.
by Robert TriggsJune 3, 2015

HERE for Android adds Intel device support

HERE has announced that its newly-updated HERE for Android application now supports the vietnamese language and is compatible with Intel-based smartphones.
by Nirave GondhiaJune 1, 2015

Intel and Rockchip: Anatomy of a chip deal

We take a closer look at the tie-up between Intel and Rockchip from both sides, and attempt to unravel the mystery around this technology liaison.
by Majeed AhmadMay 29, 20153
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