iPad Pro 9.7 and iPhone 5SE expected
"Let us loop you in" is the name of an Apple event that has been announced for the March 21. It is expected that we will see at least 9.7 inch iPad Pro and the 4 inch iPhone that many call iPhone 5 SE.
Nexus 5X, 6, 6P, 9, Player and Pixel C
It looks like split screens will make a debut with Android N and Google has surprised us all making the new beta software available.
At the Game Developers Conference next week
Valve has sent a brief notification that it plans to unveil a series of free virtual reality “experiments", called The Lab at the upcoming Game Developers Conference, GDC16 that starts next week in San Francisco..
Coming in the next few weeks
HTC 10 might be the final name for the phone that we used to call HTC One or HTC One M10. There were a lot of leaks about this flagship phone including many pictures and renders appearing on line.
The MX6 launch is getting close
Meizu MX6 should be coming soon and it looks like the phone will get a faster version of the Helio X20 processor.
International version with Helio X10 also available
Today is a good day for the Snapdragon 650 Cortex A72-based SoCs. First Samsung announced an A9 and A9 Pro and now Xiaomi has a new phone using the SoC too.
Snapdragon 652, 4GB RAM, 6 inch
Samsung has announced its Samsung Galaxy A9 a 6 inch phone but it looks like company is about to launch a Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro.
Shipping in May 2016
Steam store has a €899 starter offer for Vive glasses with an additional €61.20 shipping and tax.
B&O meets ESS for highest quality audio
The LG G5 was a Mobile World Congress highlight as the company showed it was daring to innovate. The company behind the digital logic inside of LG Gi-Fi Plus audio module had a word with us to show us the difference in quality.
700 meters from the base station
Mobile World Congress was dominated by 5G – the next generation network that will replace the omni-present 4G / LTE network. Now South Korea's SK Telekom has showcased a demo of a base station and download speeds nearly 20 Gbit per second.