Breaking News
HomeNewsManufacturer (page 3)

Category Archives: Manufacturer

Pressure Sensitive Stylus; Demo by Nvidia CEO

Stylus Pressure Sensored

 Stylus revealed by NVidia; Pressure Sensor Over the last couple of years, we’ve seen mobile stylus use make a reappearance, thanks in large part to Samsung’s Note series, including the Note smartphones, Note 8.0, and Note 10.1. The devices include a Wacom stylus that is incredibly precise and goes against the general thought that using one is clumsy and buggy. Read More »

FonePad by Asus to Rival Samsung Galaxy Note Lines

ASUS FonePad

Fonepad from ASUS: Well, we certainly know what ASUS has been focused on. Earlier this morning, ASUS unveiled quite a few devices in their upcoming lineup and they all seem to be of tablet origins. Of course, perhaps the most interesting is the ASUS FonePad Note, a 6” phablet (I really hate that word, but don’t we all). Read More »

Acer’s new $400 ‘PC’ Runs Android and Powered by Intel’s Haswell Chip

Acer all in One

  Acer all in one PC: Acer hasn’t seen to much success with Windows 8, and they’ve been moving further toward Chrome OS and Android for their devices. They are going to announce their AiO (All in One) next week which is said to pack a Intel 3GHz core i5 4430 “Haswell” processor and it’ll run Android. Read More »

Problems with Samsung’s Exynos Chip Line?

Samsung Exynos 5 Octa Chip

  Exynos Chip Problems; Samsung outsourcing? Ever since I’ve heard that even the new Galaxy S4 flagship for 2013 will continue to use Qualcomm’s chips in even more markets than last year, I’ve started suspecting that something must be wrong with Samsung’s chip business. Read More »

Intel CPU To Power the New Galaxy Tab 3 10.1?

Intel Inside Logo (HD)

Intel to power Samsung’s new Galaxy Tab 3 10.1? There’s absolutely no denying that Samsung are at the top of the Android pile right now, their smartphones have been selling ridiculously well the last two years and compared to everyone else, it looks like they’re the only one making money off of Android. One area that even Samsung isn’t doing ... Read More »

Huawei Ascend P6 Leaks; Official Images

Huawei P6 Ascend

  Ascend P6 (Huawei) Image Leaks; The Ascend P6 has again surfaced on the Internet and as usual evleaks is part of the action. It wasn’t all that long ago that Huawei only manufactured low-end, ugly phones. They got almost no recognition outside of China. They weren’t even trying to sell most of their products in the US, mostly because ... Read More »

Sero 7 by Hisense; Perhaps the First Real Nexus 7 Competitors?

Sero 7 Pro

  Sero 7: Hisense, a popular Chinese manufacturer has just announced a $149 competitor to the Nexus 7, that should be selling at Walmart soon, alongside its cheaper $99 brother, the Sero 7 Lite. Read More »

Samsung Makes Up 95% of all Android Device Profits

Samsung Logo with Android Bot

Samsung Makes 95% of Android’s Overall Device Profit: When you say Android, most people think Samsung. This shouldn’t come as a surprise as Samsung is not only the biggest Android device manufacturer, but also the biggest smartphone manufacturer in the world with their successful Galaxy series, and the Galaxy S4 looks set to continue this trend with 10 million devices forecast to be ... Read More »

Samsung Working on a 6-inch Galaxy Note 3 without a Flexible Display?


Galaxy Note 3 (No Flexible Display?) Finally, we have some rumors that aren’t regarding Google I/O. This one is regarding Samsung and their Galaxy Note 3 that should be announced this fall. Samsung is expected to announce a 6-inch Galaxy Note 3 around IFA, which takes place Late August to Early September. And according to, Samsung is ready to ... Read More »

Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Hits FCC; On It’s way to the US


Samsung Galaxy Tab 3: It’s not been long since Samsung announced their latest Galaxy Tab and it’s already gone for a tour around the FCC, albeit with just WiFi radios. There’s no LTE or voice-enabled radios in the report, which is a little disappointing to hear but realistically, the carriers themselves will more than likely offer their own versions. Read More »

Scroll To Top