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Monday, 13 Jan 2014
Blackberry's new CEO John Chen has said that the company's new products will "predominantly" have physical keyboards.
VESA has announced DockPort as an official extension to the existing DisplayPort standard. DockPort is a nascent technology that “enables high-speed USB 3.0 data over the existing DisplayPort connector.”
An Italian journalist claims that Samsung will be holding a global launch event for the Galaxy S5 in London in mid-March.
Without a doubt, 4K UHD TVs took center stage at the CES 2014. Now, the Blu-ray Association (BDA) has announced its intention to release 4K Blu-ray discs. Victor Matsuda, chairman of BDA Global Promotions Committee, has disclosed that 4K Blu-rays should be a reality by end of this year.
Friday, 10 Jan 2014
Toshiba has recently revealed the world's first 4K (3840 x 2160 pixels resolution) notebooks at CES 2014 -- the Toshiba Tecra W50, a thin-and-light 15.6-inch professional mobile workstation, and the Toshiba Satellite P50t, a 15.6-inch thin-and-light consumer notebook with a touchscreen.
Lee Young Hee, executive vice president of the Samsung’s mobile business revealed in an interview with Bloomberg that the Galaxy S5 will be released by April.
Wednesday, 8 Jan 2014
@evleaks posted an image of a Nokia handset running on a modified version of Google Android. Hit the link to find out if the new flavor of Android is better.
The newly launched Aorus X7 is touted by Aorus to be the thinnest and lightest GTX SLI gaming notebook on the planet. It weighs only 2.9kg and measures 22.9mm thick, and is powered by a pair of NVIDIA GTX 765M GPUs for extreme gaming performance.
On the camcorder front at CES, Canon has followed up last year's Legria Mini creative camcorder with the Mini X. Two new Legria HF camcorders are also unveiled.
At CES 2014, JVC has announced the GZ-R70 and GZ-R10 rugged camcorders.