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HTC To Launch First Tegra 4 Device?

NVIDIA which is renowned for its GPUs, stepped into the mobile SoC arena with the Tegra series, most notably the Tegra 2 on the LG Optimus 2X. Then came the Tegra 3, which was a quad core chipset featuring improved graphics and better performance. HTC and LG launched smartphones running on the said chipset, although

New Images Taken With the Galaxy S 4 Leaked

It seems like the Galaxy S IV just doesn’t like getting out of the news. As we’ve already covered two major stories on the smartphone today, a third one has appeared. This one however, brings only good news to the table as there’s no news of delay. This new report actually brings forth leaked images

Verizon HTC 8X Users Receiving WP8 Portico Update

If you reside in the U.S, you’re fully aware of how carriers deal with their users. The country’s largest carrier, Verizon, is also the country’s slowest in a way when it comes to update roll outs. We’ve seen this recently with plenty of devices, which despite being capable smartphones, have had to wait for an

Nokia Could Announce Low End Lumia WP8 Smartphone at MWC 2013

Nokia’s ambitions in the smartphone market do not come down one bit, which is how a company should be. But its recent offerings like the Lumia 920, 820, 822 (Verizon) and 620 are only marginally doing well in the market. The problem in my opinion is not the hardware from Nokia, but the software/operating system

T-Mobile Nexus 4 Available for Free On Contract Until Sunday

We all love deals, especially the ones on our favorite devices (not if we’ve recently bought the device after paying more). But carriers often launch deals to lure in more customers towards them if the sales aren’t going all that well. And now, good old T-Mobile has a pretty tempting deal for us. The carrier

Analyst Reiterates Claims of a Qualcomm Made Chip for the Galaxy S 4

We’ve already heard plenty about Samsung’s Galaxy S IV, ranging from launch dates to rumored specs, the Samsung flagship makes constant appearances in the rumor mill. However, we recently came across one report which suggested that the smartphone might pack a Qualcomm made chipset and not the Exynos 5 Octa as rumored. This was merely

Ubuntu Touch Developer Preview Now Available for Download

Ubuntu Touch or Ubuntu Mobile OS is one of the new mobile OSes under development in 2013. This year has been rightly touted as the year of new mobile OSes as we’re going to see many new platforms surface. To begin with, the Firefox OS is currently seeing widespread coverage, then there’s the Tizen OS

Google Could Launch Touch Based Chromebooks in the Future

Tablets these days are a huge market. But we all know that tablets are an evolution of the standard notebook PC. Manufacturers wanted to interact with the display itself rather than offering a separate layout for keyboards, which is where the idea of the modern tablet was born. In the current era, we have tablets

Sony Could Bring Remote Play Feature to Android Devices

Sony has been pretty busy since the past few months. At first it was the launch of the PlayStation Vita, which didn’t quite manage to make much noise. Later, it was the buzz about the much hyped PlayStation 4 console along with the much hyped Xperia Z smartphone. After the ever so successful PlayStation 3

The Million Dollar Question for HTC – Will the HTC One Succeed?

There have been several reports in the past about HTC’s dismal run in the industry. This is something we’ve gotten accustomed to of late as the company hasn’t quite been making the most out of its devices. A couple of years ago, the manufacturer tried its hand with tablets (HTC Flyer and Jetstream) and failed

HTC One Won’t be Available in Red

So we’ve all basked in the glory of the HTC One yesterday and we clearly liked what we saw, well most of us did at least. There’s plenty to like about the device, and that includes the new Super LCD 3 display, the 4MP “ultrapixel” camera and the new version of Sense UI. But there’s

CyanogenMod 10.1 Update Brings HDR Capabilities to Older Smartphones

A smartphone’s camera is as good as the software inside. This is something we tech geeks tell ourselves and with good reason. If you notice the mobile cameras that we’ve had so far since the past few years, nothing much has changed (except for Nokia’s innovation in the field with Pureview tech). What’s changed though

HTC One Now Up for Pre-Order On Clove UK

The HTC One is fresh from yesterday’s announcement, and we have some spicy details emerging on the device. Well, the fancy new HTC flagship has been put up for pre-order on UK retailer Clove’s website, and interested buyers will have to pay £425 (excluding VAT for UK buyers) which comes to around $656 in American