Meizu has announced the Lifekit system as it attempts to join the smart home arena. The company has unveiled a list of compatible gadgets including a smart bulb, digital scale, a smart air conditioner, an air purifier and a four-piece air quality control system as part of a partnership with Haier and Alibaba.
Gigabyte has announced three new Android smartphones, the GSmart Guru GX, GSmart Mika MX and the GSmart Roma RX. Mostly known for its graphic cards and motherboards, the company is still trying to make a mark in the smartphone industry by catering to all market segments from the start.
Cyanogen wants to take Android away from Google, and it looks like Microsoft is more than happy to help it along with a US$70 million investment in the company. While the amount makes Redmond a minority investor in the company, there is a sense that Microsoft would like nothing more than to loosen Google’s grip on the world’s most widespread operating system.
Here’s a quick question for you: how many variations of ASUS Fonepad 7 are there in the market at the moment? Well, we are not sure ourselves given the fact that ASUS has released plenty of them for the past few years but we do know that there will be another new variant of Fonepad 7 coming into our country this February.
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