Intel’s Compute Stick is a nifty little device that lets you turn any HDMI display into a full-fledged PC provided that you aren’t looking to perform processor intensive tasks, because it’s not really a powerhouse. The first-gen Compute Stick is powered by the Intel Atom Z3735 Bay Trail processor coupled with 2GB RAM, multiple reviews of the product suggest that this package is just not enough to get things done on the Compute Stick. This is why the next-gen Stick may have an Intel Core M processor instead.
It has consistently been rumored for a couple of weeks now that LG is developing a new Windows Phone 8.1 handset which will be exclusive to Verizon. This would be LG’s first new Windows Phone handset in quite a few years since the company has mainly been focusing on its Android smartphones. A render of this Verizon exclusive was leaked recently and today specifications of the LG Lancet have appeared online.