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T-Mobile set to announce LG G2X and LG G-Slate android smartphones and tablets at CTIA for an April 20th launch.
Texas Instruments' manufacturing plants in Japan were closed down after the earthquake, which could cause consumer electronics prices to surge as a result of demand for semiconductors.
Chinese website XDA.cn is once again the source for the HTC Pyramid leak, which is said to be coming to T-Mobile USA with its dual-core CPU.
Recent reports on the Internet that Apple may be looking towards another vendor to manufacture its A5 processor and rely less on Samsung--which was responsible for manufacturing the bulk of the A4 chipsets--tell us why that would be good for Apple as the company would b...
While dual-core Tegra 2 processors are only starting to roll out on popular devices today, NVIDIA is not sitting cozy. The company has an aggressive roadmap for its Tegra line of ARM-based mobile processors, and the company is looking ahead to quad-core performance by t...
A CDMA-based 3G Motorola smartphone was seen recently at U.S. regulatory agency, the FCC, for approval. As the device lacks 4G LTE support, it rules out the possibility for the Motorola Droid Bionic. Not a lot of information is revealed via the FCC filing, but if the...
It looks like T-Mobile USA will be expanding its G-franchise with a new smartphone that was leaked as the LG G2X. The fourth largest U.S.
NVIDIA, makers of the mobile Tegra 2 ARM-based chipset with GeForce graphics, has confirmed that there will be a version of the Samsung Galaxy S II Android smartphone using its mobile CPU.
Prior to the official announcement of the Samsung Galaxy S II Android smartphone, there were rumors that Samsung may use another company's CPU to power its own flagship Android device, and now there is news that there may be a second version of the smartphone.
If you think the Tegra 2 is strong and powerful, you better wait for NVIDIA's Tegra successor, codenamed Kal-El, which promises a qhopping quad-core processor coupled with a 12-core NVIDIA GPU to support display resolutions of 2,560 X 1,600 pixels.
Unlike the LG Optimus 2X, unveiled at CES, the LG Optimus 3D announced for Mobile World Congress will be using a dual-core 1.0 GHz ARM-based OMAP processor from Texas Instruments rather than NVIDIA's Tegra 2 CPU.
With news that Samsung's own dual-core processor--formerly called Orion and now named Exynos--will be clocked at 1.0 GHz per core, rumors of the Galaxy S 2 next-generation flagship Android smartphone with a 1.2 GHz speculated dual-core processor indicates that the devic...
Samsung has unveiled the branding off of the company's dual-core 1.0 GHz mobile processor, which will compete with the NVIDIA Tegra 2 chipset and those from Qualcomm, Texas Instruments, and others.
Last week, rumors were circulating on the Internet about an HTC Pyramid smartphone, which would bring much improved specs to the HTC Android experience to T-Mobile USA.
Motorola's Atrix 4G for AT&T, which made waves during its unveiling at CES as being a pocketable, portable mini-computer, has just received the FCC's seal of approval.
In an interview with NVIDIA's Tegra general manager Mike Rayfield with Hexus, the launch date for the next-generation Tegra 3 chipset was revealed.
Apple is expected to unveil its next-generation system on a chip (SoC) design that will succeed the company's proprietary A4 processor in its next-generation mobile computing products, including the next iPad and iPhone.
At the Consumer Electronics Show, T-Mobile announced that it will be upgrading its 4G network to support faster 42 Mbps download speeds along with two new tablet devices--the LG G-Slate and the Dell Streak 7, which is a larger cousin to the 5-inch Dell Streak on AT&T's ...
While CES saw a number of announced products running on NVIDIA's dual-core Tegra 2 chipset, Qualcomm's dual-core Snapdragon coming later this year may offer a number of competitive technological advantages over its earlier released competitor.
With the release of its Tegra 2 dual-core ARM-based processing and graphics solutions on a number of hot and highly anticipated tablets and smartphones in 2011, NVIDIA is stepping up its game and will be entering the app market to complement Google's own Android Market....
Motorola had announced the Motorola Droid Bionic for Verizon Wireless yesterday at a press conference in Las Vegas, NV and we were there to get some hands-on time and a demo from Motorola's team.
Acer today announced at CES that its ICONIA Tab A500 will be a 4G LTE tablet that will debut on Verizon Wireless's nascent 4G network.
Freescale is raising the bar in the mobile processor game by offering its i.MX6 mobile CPU in configurations from one to four cores.
Reports from tablet manufacturers wishing to implement Google's tablet-optimized version of the Android operating system, also known as Honeycomb, indicate that Google may have minimum requirements to create the optimal tablet user experience.
The Lenovo LePad design is one of the most interesting tablet designs that blurs the line between netbook, smartbook, ultraportable, and tablet categories.
The dual-core Tegra 2-powered Optimus 2X, previously leaked as the LG Star, is now bound for Europe with a January 2011 launch date according to the company.
Barron's reports that an analyst believes that NVIDIA's dual-core ARM Cortex A9-based Tegra 2 chipset will be the reference design for Google's first tablet-optimized version of the Android operating system called Android 3.0, otherwise referred to as Honeycomb.
In addition to news coming from Samsung Telecommunications chief JK Shin that the company will be releasing a 7- and 10-inch slate, which was previously speculated before on the Internet, and tablets running on Google's tablet-optimized Android 3.0 Honeycomb operating s...
The venerably leaked LG Star Android smartphone that was shown running on a dual-core ARM Cortex A9-based NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor has been confirmed by its maker LG as the LG Optimus 2X, a nomenclature that hints at the chipset that ships inside the device. The powe...
NVIDIA, the maker of the dual-core Tegra 2 chips that are beginning to gain momentum in the high-end smartphone and tablet market, is saying that dual-core chips for mobile will become the standard in 2011 and that quad-core solutions will be available in the near futur...
Engadget has obtained an image of what is believed to be the Motorola Olympus, a powerful Android smartphone that is believed to be coming to U.S.
While the attention lately has been on NVIDIA's Tegra 2 mobile CPU, Qualcomm is set to release its dual-core Snapdragon chipset sometime next year.
Recent speculation has it that the dual-core NVIDIA Tegra 2-powered Motorola Olympus, an Android smartphone, will be headed to AT&T in early 2011.
Anonymous sources, which are deemed trusted, told popular Android-centric blog Android and Me that Samsung had cancelled the Nexus S model in favor of a dual-core model that will be released later with Android 2.3.