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06/07/2011, Is nothing a secret anymore? Unveiled at Nintendo’s E3 press conference, the Wii U‘s controller will sport a 6.2-inch touchscreen that will provide “tablet-like” experiences, include a built-in camera, traditional controls and more. It looks like the Nikkei hit it [...]
06/03/2011, Samsung Infuse 4G Review - This complete review of the Samsung Infuse 4G covers the strengths and the weaknesses of this big -but light- smartphone.
05/31/2011, At a time when 4G LTE is gaining mindshare, T-Mobile will continue to invest and evolve HSPA+ (T-Mobile calls it “4G” too), an incumbent wireless standard that T-Mobile thinks can provide users with the speed they need, in a more [...]
05/26/2011, Researchers from the State University of North Carolina have published a paper that studies how multi-core processors performance could be improved by studying how bandwidth and prefetching are managed. For the novice, I’ll provide some context: processors can run at [...]
05/24/2011, In a decade from now, the physical book could be a quaint, archaic remnant of a by-gone past akin to wax records and black & white tube TVs, thanks to devices like the All-New Nook and the new Kobo Touch, [...]
05/21/2011, I have to admit that I was noticeably surprised when I discovered the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 for the first time – the device is sleek, elegant and its materials do not look cheap. This device is so different than [...]
05/18/2011, Update: It seems that this was not a hack – but rather, Sony’s way of plugging the security hole by taking down the password reset page while they fix the innards before putting it back online. Read the full story [...]
05/17/2011, At the moment, a single company is at the very core of the mobile revolution: ARM. From its glorious debuts as Advanced RISC Machine, a computer maker, to its fall to oblivion, to its re-birth as the premier intellectual property [...]
05/16/2011, The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 is the latest, and possibly greatest, Lenovo thin&light ever built. The Lenovo X1 is being touted as “unleashing mobile freedom for businesses”. Lenovo even uses terms like “extreme battery life” or “cutting edge performance”. As you [...]
05/15/2011, HP has released a new uber-thin monitor called HP x2301. With a profile of only 9.8mm, the monitor looks impressively thin on a table. Better yet, its 7.7Lbs makes it relatively to transport. I tried to lift one, and it [...]
05/14/2011, We live blogged the Google I/O keynote on Wednesday where major announcements were made, including the launch of the Google Chromebook computers manufactured by Samsung and Acer that will be available June 15 in the US for $449 (Samsung WiFi [...]
05/13/2011, Evolving the controller has never been an easy task for any designer. Never mind that Nintendo has completely strayed from the traditional controller in favor of a waggling remote; how do you make the Xbox 360 controller – a gamepad [...]
05/10/2011, Droid Charge Review - this in-depth review of the Samsung Droid Charge covers key elements of the design, user interface, network speed, battery life and more.
05/09/2011, NVIDIA has just announced the acquisition of a baseband chipmaker called Icera. The company makes the “baseband”, or communications processor that talks to the cell towers. Icera customers include heavyweight Nokia and ZTE. Other system on a chip (SoC) vendors [...]