Nexus 7 was announced earlier this week, and is apparently already being sold a few days early from multiple outlets. We all know how Nexus accessories aren't the easiest things to get our hands-on, but apparently ASUS has plenty already in the works for the new tablet. Yes, it's made by ASUS in case you didn't know, and we're now seeing tons of colorful cases, and more.
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Christmas Day and the week immediately following it are obviously always going to be big for new device activations, but today we're finding out that the final week in December might just have been the biggest on record for iOS and Android. That's according to analytics firm Flurry, which said today that iOS and Android device activations for Christmas week topped a whopping 50 million. Looks like a bunch of people picked up a shiny new tablet of smartphone in the final week of 2012.
AnTuTu's top 10 list might help make that just a tad easier.
Sony isn't wasting any time talking about and teasing their upcoming smartphone almost daily as of late. Between leaked images all month long, to official teaser clips over on Twitter. Well, now they are upping things a little further by posting some images on their official Facebook page showing off the waterproof ability of the upcoming Xperia.
Chromecast, chip manufacturer Marvell has announced a new System-on-Chip (SoC) made precisely for connecting to HDMI displays and streaming media. Marvell also provides the SoC that is used on the Chromecast dongle itself.
Galaxy S III smartphone was one of the most popular and highest selling smartphones last year. This year it was followed up with the bigger, better, faster Galaxy S4. Estimated to reach nearly 100 million in sales, and set to be a huge success. After already reaching 20 million shipped (not sold) some analysts are predicting a slowdown, and now one employee is reporting an internal crisis at Samsung.