700 mAh battery, VoLTE meets fancy design
LG is obviously very serious about smartwatches, as it is about to announce its fourth watch, but this one is not based on Google's Android Wear operating system.
Core i7 5557U 28W inside, Iris graphics
Intel has already shown Fudzilla a prototype of a Core i7 NUC at CES 2015, and this 2.5-inch drive ready barebone was a pleasant surprise us and for high-end home theatre users.
Starting at $150, same screen, new SoC and LTE
Motorola has revamped the entry-level Moto E to include a new processor with LTE support, but the screen and much of the spec remain the same. The first-generation Motorola Moto E is powered with Snapdragon 200, an entry level Qualcomm chip that doesn’t come with LTE.
In the US it starts at $799
Back at CES, we had a chance to see and feel the Dell XPS 13 notebook, which is the smallest 13-incher that we have seen so far.
Cooperation, not VR headsets
We became aware of a few VR-related things back in mid-2014, and one of them was that both AMD and Nvidia were investing a lot of resources in Virtual Reality.
Acknowledgement and apology
It turns out that the "duck your head and wait until they run out of ammunition" strategy doesn’t work anymore when it comes to the GTX 970 issue.
Shuttle DS57U is a passive one-litre PC
Shuttle made a name for itself making small form-factor computers and the company has now released a Broadwell 14nm based successor to its DS47 and DS437 models.
Not a high-resolution console
Next week will be full of product launches, as we expect to officially see HTC One M9, Samsung Galaxy S6, as well as many other phones and some tablets.
Keep the card and stay our customer please
We came across a really interesting chat tread of an Amazon customer making a complaint over the GTX 970 specification.