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Samsung hints at the arrival of more wearable devices at CES 2014

A new report claims that Samsung could announce something at the upcoming CES event after all, after rumors of the Korean manufacturer shifting its focus to the MWC event next month. It is being said that Samsung will probably announce a wearable device or two, but not the much anticipated successor to the Galaxy Gear

Allwinner Introduces The A80 Optimus Board, Comes With Octa-Core CPU

Chinese chip company Allwinner has introduced the A80 Optimus Board that comes with an octa-core processor. This board is aimed at developers who are looking for ways to develop applications on this chip. This board is basically a single-board computer that has its own ports (USB, HDMI, developer pins) as well as an 8-core processor.

LG LifeBand Touch

LG LifeBand Touch fitness accessory spotted in a new image

We recently spoke about LG’s plans to launch a Smartwatch and a fitness accessory during the MWC. Evleaks has now revealed a picture the LG LifeBand Touch which appears to be a fitness accessory from the Korean manufacturer with an attractive design. It looks very eye catching and has raised speculation about a CES time

Sony to launch two major flagships by Q1 2014: Rumor

A new report claims that Sony is gearing up to launch a flagship smartphone at the upcoming CES 2014 event next week. The report claims that Sony will launch two devices in total by Q1 2014 codenamed Sirius and Canopus with the latter rumored to break cover at the CES next week. This smartphone will

CES 2014 Preview and Rumor Roundup (Revisited and Updated)

In a way, the scheduling of the year’s first major electronics and technology event just as everyone is struggling to sober up recuperate after Christmas and New Year celebrations is legitimately unfortunate. More so as it’s become a tradition for many key CES players to jump the gun and lay all their cards on the

Samsung could launch a Green variant of the Galaxy Note 3 Lite

The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Lite is rumored to be unveiled during the CES event in early January. And according to a tweet sent out by Sam Mobile, the smartphone could be launched in colorful variants, with one of them being Green. This tweet seems to have stemmed from insider information accessed by the folks


ASUS CES 2014 video asks: What’s your number?

ASUS posted a mysterious teaser video for the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2014 next month. This is the manufacturer’s second teaser video for the event. The first one, which hinted at a new dual-boot Android and Windows 8 tablet, was posted a few days ago. The new teaser, meanwhile, shows a bunch of balls

Ascend Mate 2

Huawei Ascend Mate 2 spotted in a fresh leak

The Huawei Ascend Mate 2 has been making constant appearances in leaks over the last few weeks. Today we have another such leak, revealing a portion of the upcoming phablet. These new images of the Ascend Mate 2 reveal a superior looking brushed metal frame on the smartphone, so the manufacturer has given emphasis to

LG HomeChat Allows Smart Appliances To Be Controlled Via SMS

Imagine being on vacation and still being able to control our home appliances. This will help place your mind at ease if you have forgotten to unplug certain appliances. LG will soon make this a reality with the company’s recent announcement of its new technology that takes advantage of Natural Language Processing (NLP) to control

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T-Mobile will reveal plans for Uncarrier 4.0 on January 8

The CEO of T-Mobile John Legere merely teased the arrival of Uncarrier 4 through his Twitter feed a couple of days ago and the rumor mill is already rife with speculation as to what it could be. While some claim it has got to do with free incoming calls while roaming, another theory claims that

What To Expect From Samsung in H1 2014: Rumor Roundup

Year-end rundowns and recaps would be nothing without previews and rumor roundups, and so, after compiling lists with the Android best of the best and also the worst of worst in 2013, it’s time to look ahead at what’s coming in 2014. Hopefully, less flops, more home-runs. As we’ve learned, the leading candidate for both