Acer rolled out the C720 Chromebook lineup back in October. At the time that meant the C720-2800 which had a price tag of $249.99. Well, flashing forward a little more than a month and there is now a second model in the lineup.
Cyanogen formed into a company recently and also announced a partnership with OPPO. The partnership news brought word of the OPPO N1 which will be available in two forms -- one that can easily have CyanogenMod installed and a
If the 22nm process for the Intel Haswell chips have you excited, Samsung might just have you downright giddy. News out of South Korea suggests their new Exynos chipset will be a incredible 14nm, which would bring a host of
If there's one adjective that describes the mobile tech industry, it would be "fast". Just as more and more high-end smartphones are adopting Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 800, the ARM chip manufacturer is now reportedly already
Qualcomm has created something called the "Ultimate Photobooth" which is able to capture 540 degree GIFs. This setup makes use of 130 HTC One smartphones and is designed to show off the power of the Qualcomm Snapdragon processor.
Acer has officially announced the C720 Chromebook, and as we had been expecting to happen, this one has arrived with Haswell. In this case, the processor will be an Intel Celeron 2955U processor based on the Intel Haswell
Lenovo launched the K900 smartphone with Intel Inside and many had assumed the follow-up device would have a similar Intel processor on the inside. That follow-up is the Lenovo Vibe Z, which was also known as the K910. Regardless
Apple created some buzz when they announced the 64-bit A7 processor in the iPhone 5s and as we later learned, similar support may not be all that far off for Android. In fact, Samsung, by way of the Korean press, confirmed they
Intel has struggled with the mobile markets, but their new chip today aims to fix that. Earlier this year Intel released their new Haswell 4th gen processors which finally brought serious power and battery life to laptops and
With smartphones these days we've been seeing a trend of faster processors with more cores. Things like 2.3 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800's to Samsung's 8-core CPU and more. Do we really need all of that on a smartphone in our