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Quad-core Acer Iconia Tab A110 shown off at Computex 2012

This week the annual Computex convention is underway in Taipei, Taiwan and while it's mostly about computers the folks from Acer had a few Android tablets to show off. What you'll see here shortly is not one, but three new Android tablets from Acer. To start we have the smallest of the bunch with the all new Acer Iconia Tab A110. Check out the hands-on pictures below.

Samsung Galaxy S III Review

It’s hard to think of another product - other than the iPhone - that’s had so much hype built around it. Rumors swirled the Galaxy S III for months, with leaks, renders, and reports coming from all corners of the globe as to what the sequel to the Galaxy S II might hold. The South Korean manufacturer did fall foul in its attempts to try and capitalize on the situation with its misguided “iSheep” campaign leading up to the May reveal, but the excitement was still palpable as we were ushered into the Earl’s Court Exhibition Centre. We came away from that event with mixed feelings regarding the marketing and message of the phone, not to mention the device itself, but what about now? We’ve had a chance to spend some quality time with Samsung’s flagship handset for 2012, and can finally divulge our opinion.

Galaxy S III quad-core benchmarks blow us away [Video]

Oh yeah! We couldn't forget benchmarks for the newest superphone flagship from Samsung could we? Now that Samsung has officially announced the Galaxy S III with its quad-core Exynos 1.4 GHz processor we decided to run a quick benchmark just for comparison sakes. Once we get our paws on it longer we'll have some in depth results but for now check out the results below.

Samsung Galaxy S III vs HTC One X hands-on

The day has finally arrived and the Samsung Galaxy S III is here. We've waited through all the leaks and all the details have finally been revealed. After the excitement calms down you'll be wondering what your next phone should be. The Galaxy S III, or maybe something like the HTC One X. We have pictures and hands-on video below to help you make up your mind on what superphone is right for you.

Galaxy S III may have dual-core Snapdragon in the US

We've seen this before: a highly-anticipated flagship phone that gets slightly different internals for the US market. LAst time it was the HTC One X, which gets a dual-core Snapdragon S4 on AT&T instead of the NVIDIA Tegra 3 found on the international version. Now a Samsung source has indicated a similar situation for the Galaxy S III. The Korea Times reports that an unnamed Samsung executive claimed that while the European version of the Galaxy S III will get the Exynos 4 Quad, US versions of the phone will go with a Qualcomm processor instead.

Samsung announces Exynos 4 Quad for the Galaxy S III

With just over a week to go until Samsung's "next Galaxy" event, more and more information is coming to light about the Galaxy S III - if that's even what it's going to be called. The latest tidbit comes from Samsung itself: they've announced that the upcoming phone will feature the Exynos 4 Quad, as previously rumored. This clashes with benchmarks for a phone labelled the Galaxy S III posted to the AnTuTu database earlier today, claiming that the phone used a dual-core Exynos architecture.

NVIDIA Tegra 3+ with LTE won’t arrive until Q4

Today we've just received some more information from the folks at NVIDIA regarding their plans for now, and for the future. With the quad-core Tegra 3 processor already taking the world by storm the next step is Tegra 3 with 4G LTE integration. Currently folks like AT&T have changed to Qualcomm in order to support LTE and today's NVIDIA roadmap shows they won't have an answer to that until Q4 or later.

Samsung delays Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 to add quad-core processor

When Samsung showed off the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 at Mobile World Congress, it was met with a resounding yawn. Aside from Ice Cream Sandwich, a MicroSD card slot and a slightly redesigned exterior, it was basically identical to the previous generation. But according to German site NetbookNews, the tablet has been delayed in order to get a more substantial upgrade: a quad-core Exynos processor. That would be a major win for anyone wanting some substantial performance gains over last year's Galaxy Tab 10.1, and may be enough to warrant a second look from those dazzled by the Tegra and Snapdragon processors on other tablets.
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