Another intriguing Xiaomi smartphone that US mobile audiences are unlikely to ever get a stab at has emerged via benchmark authority GFXBench, and the most interesting tidbit about it is the codename. We don’t reckon this will turn into an actual market moniker, but if it does, color us excited.
While it’s certainly not unprecedented for Samsung to put out dual SIM-supporting versions of its flagship devices in emerging Asian and European markets, tradition seemed to require an initial dispatch of standard flavors.
Razer is going to come out with a virtual reality headset that includes hand tracking sensors from Leap Motion. The OSVR headset from Razer will let people control objects with their hands, not controllers.
Unveiled less than a month ago, the newest budget-minded mid ranger with Windows Phone 8.1 pre-loaded is just about ready for global takeoff in 5 and 5.7-inch configurations.
With HTC just about finished updating its last two flagship phones to the newest Lollipop flavor, rumors were bound to start swirling regarding names of devices en route to Android 5.0 next.
I recently entered the world of iPad accessory life with the Inateck BK1002E, a Bluetooth keyboard designed specifically to synchronize with Apple products and offer a streamlined experience. The Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard for Apple Products is a perfect replica of Apple’s keyboard with exactly the same feel as a true Apple board. At only 4mm thick, more »
Computers from HP are going to leave behind Beats Audio in favor of Bang & Olufsen. The Spectre, Omen, and Envy product lines are all being switched to audio components from Bang & Olufsen. Some tablets and Pavilion computers are going to use B&O’s Play Label. HP has not mentioned how it is going to more »
Mere hours after dispatching Android 5.0 for Samsung’s newest high-end S Pen phablet, AT&T spread the love to include yesteryear’s GNote flagship as well. Yes, both the Note 4 and Note 3 are making the jump to Lollipop as you read this, and KitKat starts feeling like a distant, unpleasant memory. Granted, it never felt more »
The IO Hawk is a cool transportation gadget, but is it practical enough to stay on the market?
LG’s aging but formidable G2 smartphone dropped well below $300 in factory unlocked variants through Amazon months ago, then hit an all-time $210 low on eBay… for only a few days.
While daughter company Motorola continues to go unchallenged in the low to mid-end, low-cost Western arena, always refreshing the Moto E and G at the right time to fend off Lumia threats, the big kahunas over at Lenovo are struggling with local foes.
Last year, the LithiumCard campaign went live on Indiegogo and created a lot of buzz. The pint-sized external battery, as thick as a few credit cards, hit it big with consumers. The LithiumCard is ultra-portable, charges devices quickly with its unique hypercharger technology, and is complete with built-in cables for convenience.