Archives For Hardware
T-Mobile has become the latest carrier in the United States to not allow Android devices to use Google Wallet, Google's NFC-powered payment system.
Leap's upcoming Leap Motion Controller for Windows 8 could allow users to get a touch-centric user experience without having to buy new devices.
NVIDIA's Tegra 4i processor already supports LTE-Advanced networks, which Verizon and AT&T should start rolling out later this year.
A new capacitor created by a an 18 year-old student could hold the key to shorter charges times for the batteries inside of smartphones and smartwatches.
A possible successor to the Google Nexus Q set-top box has arrived for approval at the Federal Communications Commission.
The fate of the Nexus Q still remains in limbo as sources say there are no plans at the time to bring the music streaming device out of dormancy at this year's Google I/O conference.
Next generation Intel integrated graphics wil lead to better laptop gaming and possibly en eventual MacBook Air with Retina Display.
Research may be able enable applications and hardware manufacturers to create Morphees, form factors that adjust their shape based on the apps use case.
The Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 will enter mass production in late May, and should ship in smartphones and tablets later this year.
Due to ship May 3rd, Toshiba's new like of KIRAbook notebooks combine the design and chassis of an ultrabook with the raw power of a high-end laptop.
A new video shows off the incredible graphics of next generation NVIDIA Tegra chips with Kepler technology (code-named Logan), compared to iPad graphics.
The new NVIDIA GeForce 700M graphics cards will likely come to the next generation MacBook Pro with Retina Display and iMac.
NVIDIA gives some details about Tegra 4 follow-ups Logan and Parker that will bring PC graphics technology to smartphones and tablets.
Google had debuted a new minute-long video advertisement titled 'New Baby' for its Nexus 10 tablet that brings inspiration and emotional excitement as users follow a couple through their pregnancy.
Lenovo introduced the ThinkPad T431s, a slim 14" business Ultrabook. The ThinkPad T431s is the cleanest T-Series ThinkPad we've seen to date thanks to a healthy dose of user-friendly design touches. Lenovo put a lot of effort into evaluating how people actually use ...
With the splashy announcements of Mobile World Congress slowly dying down, here are five of the most exciting phones from MWC 2013.
Benchmarks shows the NVIDIA Tegra 4 is faster at web browsing than the fourth generation iPad, and has much faster graphics than the Tegra 3.
Heniff Transportation shuffles 300 trucks, 550 trailers and hundreds of drivers. The company employs rugged Tablet PCs to save money and improve safety.
A breakthrough in battery technology from staff and students at USC could create devices triple the battery life and ten minute charge times.
A new set of screenshots has emerged showing the Samsung Galaxy Altius branding along with a curious 500 X 500-pixel square resolution leading some to speculate that the device in question may be a Samsung Galaxy Watch.
A new car navigation system developed by researchers at the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid in Spain may soon pave the way to driverless cars with GPS that's up to 90 percent more accurate than systems used today.
Polytron Technologies says that transparent and translucent smartphones are coming this year in 2013. These phones, according to the transparent glass-makers, would be largely transparent except that it will still reveal some internal phone circuitry, batteries, and com...
Apple's wearable wristwatch rumors are heating up again, and this time both the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal are chiming in with their own un-named sources saying that Apple is working on an iWatch concept of some kind in a top secret lab in Cuper...
LTE-Advanced will be the next generation of mobile broadband technology that promises even faster data speeds than today's 4G LTE technologies used by U.S. carriers AT&T Mobility, Sprint Nextel, T-Mobile USA, and Verizon Wireless among others.
We had previously reported that the 'S' in the name of the Apple iPhone 5S could stand for security as it had been used to represent 'S'peed in the 3GS and 'S'iri in the iPhone 4S.
Microsoft is preparing to launch its Surface Pro tablet, which runs Windows 8 Professional and Intel's core processors, and demo units of the Windows slate has been seen at various retail locations.
After having worked with several Android manufacturers to release a number of Android phones with Intel's x86 Atom architecture, the chip giant is looking to gain further footing inside the competitive mobile space with hopes of tackling the Windows Phone market next.
If it wasn't already apparent that Samsung is committed to the S-Pen, the company is showing that its serious about the digital stylus with a 5 percent investment in Wacom giving it minority voting rights.
Chip-maker Intel will be leveraging the Mobile World Congress show at the end of the month to establish more ground in the mobile smartphone market by showcasing additional smartphones running new Atom processors.
Nokia had sent us a text-based save-the-date invitation to a Mobile World Congress press conference that the Finnish Lumia phone-maker will be hosting on the first day of the conference.
It looks like Samsung is gearing up to launch the Galaxy Tab 3 series, which comprises of rumored 10.1- and 7-inch slates, as the tablet has been spotted in photos along with the packaging before the device's announcement at the end of February at MWC.
Microsoft had announced earlier this month that the Surface Pro tablet--the Windows 8 Professional loaded version of the Intel-powered slate--will be available in 64 GB or 128 GB flavors starting on February 9th with the price differential between the two models being $...
After Lenovo's CFO had expressly stated that the company is interested in acquiring RIM or its hardware business, the Chinese computer-maker and owner of the ThinkPad brand is now playing it cool.
The Kyocera Torque is a rare breed as it's both a ruggedized Android smartphone and one that packs 4G LTE network connectivity on Sprint's U.S. network.
Huawei made a surprise ascend to the top of the smartphone list with its Ascend range of smartphones in the last quarter of 2012 propelling the Chinese smartphone-maker into a third-place finish in smartphone volume, beating out familiar names like LG, Motorola, Nokia, ...