Samsung loses more market share in China
Published in Mobiles
Thursday, 30 April 2015 09:07

Samsung loses more market share in China

Drops to fourth spot first time since 2011

Samsung is having a tough time keeping up with aggressive competitors in mainland China, and now it has lost another spot in the rankings. 

Mlais unveils M7 phablet and MX battery beast
Published in Mobiles

Five phones in as many months

Remember Mlais? The young Hong Kong startup trying to undercut bigger smartphone players in China? 

Apple Watch S1 SoC demystified, looks like plain old A5
Published in Processors

iPhone 4S part in drag

It appears that Apple’s S1 smartwatch module uses a design eerily similar to the Apple A5 of iPhone 4S and iPad 2 fame. 

Xiaomi Mi4i wants to play havoc on mid-range market
Published in Mobiles

I is for India, but it has global appeal

Xiaomi’s new Mi4i is supposedly designed for the Indian market, but the phone should have no trouble attracting consumers around the world. 

Did AMD accidentally reveal Windows 10 launch date?
Published in News

Probably not, but whoopsiee nonetheless

AMD CEO Lisa Su may have inadvertently revealed the Windows 10 release date, but we are not entirely sure about it. 

Snapdragon 810 powered Xperia Z4 is official
Published in Mobiles

OIS selfie cam?

Sony’s flagship Xperia Z4 is official, with a new Qualcomm chip, some nifty features, and a very familiar look. 

Acer crams 4K panel into Professional-series 23.8-inch monitor
Published in Graphics

Swivel and pivot for €399, HYKbmjdpr FTW

Acer has introduced a new 4K/UHD monitor for designers on a budget.

Duracell announces pointless wireless charging solution
Published in Mobiles

Daft ideas of our time

Duracell bunnies have been slaving away on a new wireless charging solution, but in case you think it’s clever – think again. 

MediaTek prepping two new tablet parts
Published in Processors
Wednesday, 15 April 2015 08:19

MediaTek prepping two new tablet parts

Going after Allwinner with $5 chip

MediaTek is working on two new tablet SoCs and one of them is rumoured to be a $5 design. 

Beelink Pocket P1 review, a micro-PC with a twist
Published in Reviews

Review: Pocketable Windows PC and, uhm, powerbank? 

Here's a thought – why not use Intel's tablet platform to build a compact, fanless mini PC? What could possibly go wrong?