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Friday, 8 May 2015
Intel launches Xeon E7 v3 CPUs, optimized for real-time data analytics and mission-critical computing
Building on the gains made with its previous generation of Xeon processors, the new Xeon E7 v3 series looks set to make further inroads for real-time data analytics and mission-critical computing market segments.
A leaked product roadmap from Chinese site Mobile-Dad reveals that Huawei and Xiaomi are releasing at least another four smartphones in the coming months. Read on to find out what exciting new products the two companies are bringing to the market for the rest of the year!
SamMobile has obtained alleged specs of Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Note 5 and the successor to the Galaxy Note Edge device. Hit the link to find out more!
Thursday, 7 May 2015
Samsung's latest sales data reveals that one in four consumers across European markets chose the gold platinum edition of the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge. This marks a clear shift in color preference for consumers in Europe.
America’s Federal Trade Commission is investigating the deals Apple is striking with record labels ahead of the tech giant’s launch of a rebranded version of Beats Music. Read on for more.
Swatch Group CEO, Nick Hayek, revealed that Swatch is looking to address the issue of smartwatch battery life with a new revolutionary battery, which Swatch plans to release in 2016.
Announced earlier this year, Xiaomi has just finalized the specifications of its new Mi Note Pro phablet. It also said that it will go on sale in China next week for just 2999 yuan.
After years of development and various iterations of the development kit, the Oculus Rift is finally going to be seeing the light of day! Even better, we don't have that long to wait!
The U.S. market for phablets, smartphones that are a cross between regular phones and tablets, reported grew four times in size in 2015, thanks to stellar products like the iPhone 6 Plus.
American music publication Billboard reports that Apple's new music streaming service may not be ready for release at next month's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). Read on to find out why.