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Acer already has a $200 Chromebook in the form of the C7, buit now you get more bang for your buck with the Haswell-based variant. It's called the Acer C720-2848 and it is also priced at a very affordable $200.
You'll already find plenty of gadgets on the market today with the Tegra 4 system-on-a-chip from NVIDIA, but the new Tegra 4i and Tegra 5 chips should be ready some time next year.
Camera Awesome is one of those awesome apps that has been, up until this time, an exclusive to iOS devices. That has now changed, because the Camera Awesome app has finally been ported over to Google Android.
A new ruling by the FAA will soon allow mobile devices to be powered through all stages of flight.
Word on the street is that the first 64-bit quad-core chips based on ARM architecture won't come from Samsung, Qualcomm or NVIDIA. They're going to come from Intel.
Gibeau said that the "Commander Mode" in the game is particularly well suited for a touchscreen tablet and that EA is actively "working on a mobile game of Battlefield that will be high-end and high-performance."
Today Dell announced a few new tablets, both running Windows and Android - all under their “Venue” brand.
Loved the Nexus 4, but wished that the device had a better camera? If you had your hopes set for a 13MP OIS camera in the Nexus 5 (like in the LG G2 it is based on), you might want to sit down - luckily, you probably already are.
Pizza Rolls and reheated leftovers, that's all a microwave is good for, right? Not necessarily. What if we told you that your microwave could be used to charge your devices? Crazy, we know.
Check out Intel’s new wine powered processor and innovations which eliminate the need for passwords for mobile phones.
The BT 4000, BT 4200 and BT 8400 are three new backup batteries from Eton and are designed to keep your phone running when you aren't able to stop and plug your devices into a wall socket.
Apple used to be really good at keeping secrets, but just about everything that was revealed at this morning's event was already fully expected. Yes, there's a higher-end iPhone 5S and, yes, there is the more budget-friendly iPhone 5C.
Toshiba is taking the opportunity show off two next-gen Windows tablets at IFA 2013 in Berlin.
It’s the end of an era, my friends! Microsoft has now announced a $7 billion deal to acquire Nokia.
IFA 2013 is still a few days away, but Acer is apparently not willing to wait any longer to reveal some of its newest products. Over the weekend Acer unveiled it has a new smartphone, tablet and plenty of all-in-one computers on the way.
New rumored details have surfaced regarding the Samsung Galaxy Gear. Supposedly the smartwatch will have a dual-core processor and 6 or 8GB of storage onboard.
Nintendo is gearing up for the holiday season and wants to create an ultra cheap handheld to attract parents looking for a bargain. The solution? This goofy looking thing you see in the image above.
It looks like LG and Samsung devices may soon be coming with a "kill switch" function in the event of your device being lost or stolen - at least in South Korea.
In order to keep us entertained while we wait for some more Angry Bird action, Rovio has now released a few short videos that introduce several new characters on the “Pork Side” of the force.
When Apple went from the iPhone 3G to the 3GS, they told us that the "S" stood for speed. We got the same kind of performance bump when we went from the iPhone 4 to the 4S, so it only makes sense that the upcoming iPhone 5S will be faster than the current iPhone 5. But how much faster?
In the future, smartphone processors might arrive coated with wax for enabling better heat absorption.
If you've been considering getting your hands on a Kindle Fire, now’s the time to do it. All day long Amazon is offering special deals for the Kindle Fire family as part of its “Gold Box Deals” promo.
Motorola’s Skip NFC-based tag will allow you to get to Moto X’s homescreen without the need for typing in the passcode.
The latest rumor from Digitimes claims that Amazon will soon be using MediaTek processors to power their lower-end Kindle Fire tablets.
Since Google Glass’ popularity has been on the rise, it certainly won’t be a surprise when companies come out with products to go with the search giant’s wearable tech. One such accessory is Remotte, which will be a Bluetooth joystick for the Glass.
Nokia delivers beautiful if not slightly hefty handsets that also manage to pack quite a bit of punch, and people are taking notice. Unfortunately for Nokia, taking notice doesn't necessarily mean buying up the devices in mass. While many folks, myself included, are interested in what Nokia has to offer, one thing gets in the way: Windows Phone 8's lack of apps.
Up until now, most of the handsets offered by T-Mob required some sort of down payment to get started, but a new deal starting tomorrow will allow you to get your hands on any device for zero down.
Motorola has recently unveiled their Droid ULTRA, MAXX, and MINI handsets. But do they have what it takes to be appealing to the customers?
According to the latest gossip, Sony is doing more than just building a high-end “cameraphone”, creating a lense accessory with a built-in imaging sensor.
Rovio is now launching an official “Rovio” account that syncs your save games over to the cloud. The feature currently supports "Angry Birds" and "Croods".
The cult classic "Firefly" is now making its way over to mobile devices in the form of a socially-driven online mobile game!
You aren't sick of Angry Birds just yet are you? No, we didn't think so! Rovio has now announced Angry Birds Star Wars II.
We have a leaked image of the mid range BlackBerry A10 smartphone.
The Oppo Find 5 smartphone which was announced last year with a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro has now been upgraded with a Snapdragon 600 processor. The device is also getting Android 4.2 Jelly Bean.
Amazon’s GameCircle service is now available to all Android devices. The new upgrade and improvements to Whispersync are making the service a better competitor to the Google Play game service.
Yes. That same guy that went around hacking the PS3 and jailbreaking the iPhone has taken his skills over to the realm of Android and it looks like he has taken the newly released Samsung Galaxy S4 Active and rooted it.
Today Huawei confirmed it would be bringing a new 7-inch Android tablet to the market, the MediaPad 7 Vogue.
Can you imagine a desktop machine that forgoes the traditional desktop OS and instead makes use of the power of Android? Enter the HP Slate 21 AIO.
The talks are on about Qualcomm’s upcoming Snapdragon 800. We are taking a look at upcoming devices from Samsung, LG, HTC, and Sony which will arrive with the new chipset.
AT&T wants to keep its GoPhone prepaid customer base happy and that's why AT&T is finally letting those prepaid customers do the 4G LTE dance too.
O3b is now preparing to launch 4 satellites into space, as part of its initiative to bring high-speed web access to remote locations across the globe.
The Acer Iconia W3 is now finally official, making for the world's first smaller-screened Windows 8 powered tablet.
The "Samsung Premiere 2013" event is scheduled to take place in London on June 20 and we're expecting to see at least a few new additions to the GALAXY and ATIV lines from the company.
ZTE Grand X2 is powered by an Atom processor and is coming this fall to Europe. What do you think, interested or not?
This year's Google I/O keynote didn't see hardly any hardware announcements, but it does mark the unveiling of the Samsung Galaxy S4 “Google Edition”.
For Q1 of 2013, Sony managed to ship 8.1 million Xperia units, with Sony reporting that many of these units were generated by the Xperia Z.
The DoD has officially approved the use of BlackBerry 10 devices and the devices running Samsung Knox on its network.
The latest rumor suggests that the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will arrive with a 5.99-inch display, an Octa processor and a massive 3GB of RAM.
The latest rumors claim the Xbox 720 won't need a constant internet connection to play games and could feature DVR like recording features as well.
Samsung are working with researchers in Texas to create a working interface for future thought controlled mobile devices.