Monday, 27 Feb 2012
Both the Sony Xperia P and U are now official, joining its earlier announced sibling, the Sony Xperia S as part of the Xperia NXT series of smartphones. Both devices are armed with dual-core processors and will be available in Q2 2012.
Nothing can stop Samsung from introducing surprise products as MWC 2012 approaches. One of these is the Galaxy Beam which allows users to share content thanks to its built-in projector.
Updating its portfolio of Android tablet, Samsung officially announced the Galaxy Tab 2 in 7" and 10.1" variants, both coming with a 1GHz dual-core processor and Android 4.0.
The full details of the Huawei Ascend D Quad are out. Rumors of it being powered by the company's own quad-core processor have proven to be right, on top of a 4.5-inch display with a 720p resolution and Google Android 4.0 loaded within.
Sunday, 26 Feb 2012
The folks at BGR India shares with us more details about the specifications and price of Nokia's anticipated entry-level Windows Phone Lumia 610 smartphone.
Saturday, 25 Feb 2012
ViewSonic is set to showcase its latest lineup of tablets at MWC 2012. Specific tablet models which spectators will see are the G70, E70, P100, E100, and the 10e, all of which are part of ViewSonic's ViewPad lineup.
Friday, 24 Feb 2012
Acer has revealed another model from its smartphone lineup that will appear at MWC 2012. The Acer Liquid Glow is an ICS-based smartphone aimed at young consumers who are into social networking.
It's the time of the year again where the very best tech products and brands are honored by HWM and HardwareZone's prestigious Tech Awards event held today. In its third year running, the HWM+HardwareZone.com Tech Awards 2012 garnered over 155,000 votes for the 37 Reader's Choice categories, while the editorial team tested nearly 160 products to determine 34 Editor's Choice awards.
NVIDIA has trademark the new name of its Tegra 3 architecture to the 4-PLUS-1 quad core architecture to accommodate the products' growing popularity.
Right now, Ultrabook prices are a little out of reach for some consumers, while others may complain about its small storage space. Both issues are directly associated with the Ultrabook's reliance on SSDs, but hybrid drives might just be the solution that PC manufacturers are looking for.