Review: Stainless steel frame and Galaxy looks for $159
Hong Kong startup Mlais are back with a new phone, or should we say phones. The company was formed just six months ago, but they already have five different phones on the market, with more on the way.
Review: Bay Trail, 3G, Android and Windows
How about some Candy Crush after a few hours of messing about in Excel? How about using Word with seamless SkyDrive integration, then switching to Android to read a book or two?
Review: With airmouse in tow
We finally managed to get our hands on a stick PC, but it's not Intel's Compute Stick – it's the Beelink Pocket P2. This is our first stick PC review, but it's not our first review of a Beelink product.
Exmor IMX214 – a victim of its own success
Sony is having a lot of trouble keeping up with demand for its Exmor IMX214 camera sensor, which is currently the part of choice for Chinese smartphone makers.
Broadwell-E coming next year
A new Intel roadmap suggests the first Broadwell LGA parts will launch in Q2, while Skylake-S parts will come in Q3.
Big ART upgrade expected
Android is about to get big overhaul of its ART runtime, but details are still sketchy. The update could appear in the next big release, but there is no official info at this time.
If you can’t beat them…
Possibly the biggest announcement coming out of Redmond’s Build conference is that Windows 10 will support Android and iOS apps.
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.
Five phones in as many months
Remember Mlais? The young Hong Kong startup trying to undercut bigger smartphone players in China?
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.