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Wednesday, 18 Dec 2013
On the sixth day of Christmas... we suggest an LG Nexus 5 so that you can experience Android the way Google intended. Of course, its relatively low price sans contract and high-end specs don't hurt too. Find out more about this product and discover how you can win some gifts for this holiday season with HardwareZone!
2014 is slowly shaping up to be the year of 2K smartphones. Oppo has confirmed that the Find 7 will have a 2K display.
An unnamed insider at Qualcomm has admitted that the Apple A7 did indeed cause panic attacks at the firm as no one saw it coming.
International Business Times is reporting that Apple is testing several 12.9-inch iPad models that are slated for release in 2014. One model with a 2K display will be released in April while the other with a 4K display will be announced in October.
Tuesday, 17 Dec 2013
Avago Technologies has just announced that it has agreed to a deal to purchase LSI Corporation for US$6.6 billion, making it the company's largest acquisition to date.
Here's a couple of good news for Windows Phone 8 users: the Windows Phone Store now has over 200,000 apps, and the Windows Phone 8.1 update that's due next year is likely to come with a notification center.
ZDNet Korea is reporting that Samsung is planning to introduce a smartphone with QHD display at Mobile World Congress 2014. In addition, it is integrating iris verification technology into its smartphones next year.
Monday, 16 Dec 2013
One of Microsoft's star engineers -- Blaise Aguera y Arcas -- has recently left the company, to join Google. Aguera u Arcas was in charge of Microsoft's Bing Maps services, and oversaw developments to Microsoft's 3D panorama service, Photosynth
On the fourth day of Christmas... we suggest a gaming keyboard that could make you a better gamer. Roccat's Ryos MK Pro mechanical keyboard is available in four types of Cherry MX switch and offers unique customizable per-key illumination backlighting.
According to reports, Google is said to be considering designing its own server processors using technology from ARM Holdings.