Now that we’re stateside, it’s time to benchmark the LG G3. The device may be an international version, but it does work with AT&T’s global GSM bands. Here in Charlotte, NC, we ran the device through a quick AnTuTu test
Here comes another video detailing the Galaxy S5 Active and practically removing any mystery left about the device. A series of benchmark tests now reveal just what exactly makes this rugged version of Samsung's flagship tick.
We suspect many of the NVIDIA SHIELD users are still enjoying the recent update. That one brought the handheld to Kit Kat, but likely more important were the GameStream improvements dealing with remote streaming (and more). And
We've yet to see anything official from Samsung regarding the Galaxy S5 Zoom, however a good picture of the device is beginning to surface. We saw the actual (leaked) image yesterday, and some specs have leaked in the past. Today
HTC will be announcing "The All New HTC One" a bit later in the month. That announcement event is set for March 25th, and in the meantime we have been seeing steady stream involving both leaks and official teasers. To that point,
The Samsung Unpacked 5 event will be taking place on February 24th. And while that date is quickly approaching, we are beginning to see an uptick in rumors dealing with the Galaxy S5. There were a few reports from last week and
NVIDIA introduced the Tegra K1 last week during CES. While the Tegra K1 is following the Tegra 4, there is more to this than simply calling it a successor. Those looking back to CES will remember the Tegra K1 as the 192-core
The leaks and rumors have yet to reach that overdrive status, however it does appear as if we are seeing more and more mentions of the Samsung Galaxy S5. There has been talk of the handset having a metal frame, 16MP rear-facing
In light of the recent scandal involving Samsung's supposed cheating in benchmark tests, graphics benchmarking experts Futuremark has decided to look deeper into its own charts and apply sanctions if any misdeed is found.
First, it was Samsung. Then, it was everyone. Cheating on benchmarks has become fashionable for OEMs, but AnTuTu may have an answer for them. In releasing their all new Benchmark X, AnTuTu hopes to end the madness while keeping