Intel has unveiled a new line of Atom processors meant for the mobile market at Mobile World Congress 2015. The Atom x3, x5, and x7 follow a similar naming scheme to Intel’s Core brand of processors, and are meant to secure a better position in mobile devices.
Remember The ZTE Grand S3 that we saw yesterday that features an eye-based biometric security system? Forget that and forget fingerprint sensor technologies too. Fujitsu recently unveiled an iris authentication system for mobile phones.
Apart from launching Lumia 640 and 640 XL, Microsoft seems to have surprised quite a number of pple in the crowd earlier today by also unveiling its brand new Universal Foldable Keyboard. Just like the previously released Universal Mobile Keyboard, this new Bluetooth wireless keyboard supports Android, iOS and Windows devices.
Cyanogen and Qualcomm have entered into a partnership to build new Reference Design devices from the chipmaker. Qualcomm has been building these devices as a quick way for smaller brands to get phones out on the market quickly. With Cyanogen onboard, the company can now promise a better software experience on these Reference Designs as […]
Qualcomm has just announced a new fingerprint sensor technology called the Snapdragon Sense ID. It is the mobile industry’s first 3D fingerprint authentication technology that uses ultrasonic waves to scan fingerprints.
Microsoft has offically announced the Lumia 640 (shown above) after accidentally outing the device yesterday. The Windows Phone 8.1 powered smartphone is an entry level smartphone, that seems to be preparing the market for the arrival of Windows 10. A larger Lumia 640 XL being made available at the same time.
Unveiled alongside the new Sony Xperia Z4 Tablet is the Xperia M4 Aqua, an upper mid-range smartphone that looks remarkably similar to the Xperia Z3, the company’s current flagship. The M4 Aqua may not be the successor to the Xperia Z3, but it does carry some of the Z3’s traits.
MWC 2015: LG Watch Urbane and Watch Urbane LTE Official, Runs On Android Wear and WebOS Respectively
LG has officially unveiled its new wearables, the LG Watch Urbane and Watch Urbane LTE. Although the official product name of these two smartwatches is quite similar, make no mistakes; they couldn’t be any more different than each other. At least, when it comes to software.
HP has managed to quietly reveal the Spectre x360 laptop among the massive smartphone and wearable announcements at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. This new laptop, built in collaboration with Microsoft, takes a page out of Lenovo’s Yoga line and converts in a similar flipping and folding motion.
So, it is finally here. Officially revealed for the first time moments ago here in Barcelona, the HTC One M9 is the fourth flagship smartphone in HTC One series with its lineage can be traced back to the original HTC One X smartphone back in 2012. However, it is hard to ignore how similar the […]
Samsung is showing just how committed it is to the VR revolution with a new Gear VR. The headset, built with technology from Oculus, is still labeled as the Innovator Edition; but will support the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge instead of the Galaxy Note 4.
Alcatel has just announced two new OneTouch Idol 3 smartphones that lets you answer calls even when it’s upside down. Ever accidently placed a phone on your ear the wrong way round and thought your phone has gone wonky because you can’t hear a thing? You’ll never have the same problem with the Idol 3.
Right after HTC One M9 and HTC Grip fitness tracker, HTC continues its assault here at Mobile World Congress 2015 with…a virtual reality headset. Yup, that’s right: the Taiwanese mobile phone company has announced a virtual reality headset called HTC Vive. Not only that it is not designed to be used with mobile phone, it was […]
Alongside HTC One M9, the Taiwanese company has also unveiled its first wearable device called HTC Grip. Utilizing the UA Record platform from Under Armour, this is the first product that came from the strategic partnership that both companies announced at the recent CES 2015.
Just like many of the previously released HTC One devices, the HTC One M9 is pretty much one of the world’s worst kept secret. Nevertheless, it is now finally time to say hello (for real) to the new flagship smartphone which was officially launched in Barcelona just few moments ago.
Huawei has officially unveiled its first Android Wear device, the Huawei Watch. After most of its specifications have been leaked earlier, more details of the device have been announced. Among the things that are now confirmed is a 1.4-inch 400 x 400 AMOLED display and a “scratch-proof” sapphire crystal lens.
The next generation of Huawei TalkBand smartband, the TalkBand B2, has been revealed at MWC 2015. It looks nothing like its colourful predecessor, instead choosing a more blockish design and duller colours. All that means it looks more like a regular watch that people can wear all the time.
Huawei has revealed the TalkBand N1, a set of wireless earphones that also function as a media player and fitness tracker. The wireless capabilities allow it to travel with the user without the need for a smartphone, although it does have limitations when not paired with a proper device.
Acer is shoring up its Liquid Z series with another Android-powered two entry level smartphones. Both the Liquid Z220 and Z520 are not particularly exciting in terms of specifications, but are instead intended to provide a well-rounded mobile experience. Although, they do provide some interesting modes for people who just want a phone.
Acer has announced another specification lightweight in the Acer Liquid Jade Z. Unlike the budget Liquid M220 Windows Phone, the Liquid Jade Z runs Android 4.4 KitKat; and an Android 5.0 Lollipop update has been confirmed at some time this year.