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Dolphin Browser claims new version is twice as fast as Chrome

Sony ST26i benchmarks reveal Android 4.0, 4-inch FWVGA display and lackluster performance

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Rumors of the Sony ST26i smartphone have been swirling for a while now, but up until recently, we've had nothing to sink our teeth into. Thankfully, we've now come across an OpenGL benchmark test and system profile for the yet-to-be-announced handset, and while this one seems destined for emerging...
Sony ST26i benchmarks reveal Android 4.0, 4-inch FWVGA display and lackluster performance

Tales From Ubisoft DRM: Latest DRM Goes From Horrible To Slightly Less Horrible

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We all know Ubisoft. That company that seems to think that piracy is such a huge problem on the PC and that DRM is the only way to stop it -- even when fans complain about how horrible the DRM is. So it is really no surprise to find out...
Tales From Ubisoft DRM: Latest DRM Goes From Horrible To Slightly Less Horrible
You’re not crazy: New iPad runs 10 degrees hotter than iPad 2
Benchmark test reveals Ouya's guts are already a generation old

Today's best-performing tablets

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Performance is only one of many points we consider when we review tablets, but performance affects your overall impression of the tablet--how zippy and responsive it is when you use apps, navigate the operating system, and surf the Web. On top of that, if your tablet's battery fails to...
Today's best-performing tablets

A cheap Asus tablet is spotted, but is Google's $99 Nexus?

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Despite speculation that Google will aggressively go after the cheap tablet market with a $99 Nexus tablet, the company announced no such device in its latest wave of Nexus hardware. But that won't stop the rumors from humming along. As Slashgear reports, a recent benchmark test from GLbench shows...
A cheap Asus tablet is spotted, but is Google's $99 Nexus?
Nvidia's Tegra 4 beats Qualcomm's fastest Snapdrgon processor

Benchmark reveals Google-branded 7-inch tablet running Android 4.1, dubbed ‘Google Asus Nexus 7′

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Google’s much-rumored 7-inch Asus tablet surfaced in a RightWare benchmark test recently and teased those eagerly awaiting a Mountain View, Calif.-branded tablet. The outing revealed a “Google Asus Nexus 7″ that boasts a quad-core Tegra 3 processor, runs Android 4.1, and carries a 768-by-1,280 resolution. The screenshots above and below detail the full...
Benchmark reveals Google-branded 7-inch tablet running Android 4.1, dubbed ‘Google Asus Nexus 7′

Web browser showdown: Which Windows app is really the best?

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Your Web browser is probably the most-used application on your PC. You check your email in it, you write in it, you collaborate with coworkers in it, you use it to watch cat videos. With so much at stake, you need a browser that works well for you. But...
Web browser showdown: Which Windows app is really the best?

Benchmark tests point to Google Nexus tablet

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Rumors of a forthcoming Nexus tablet received a bit more support today, as the device has shown up in a benchmark test conducted on Rightware's Power Board. The benchmark test appears to confirm a number of features expected for the device, including its screen size, resolution, processor, and operating system.......
Benchmark tests point to Google Nexus tablet
Google tablet with Android 4.1 & Tegra 3 quad-core processor gets closer to reality

TI shows OMAP 5 dual-core chip beating quad-core A9 in benchmark test

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Texas Instruments has released a video that shows just how fast the fifth generation of its OMAP smart multicore processor is. The video pits the OMAP 5 against a quad-core ARM Cortex-A9 processor (quite possibly the Tegra 3), and compares how fast the two processors can render HTML5 web...
TI shows OMAP 5 dual-core chip beating quad-core A9 in benchmark test

Report: China Now Has The World's Fastest Supercomputer

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A Chinese supercomputer is the fastest in the world, according to survey results announced Monday, comfortably overtaking a US machine which now ranks second. Tianhe-2, a supercomputer developed by China's National University of Defense Technology, achieved processing speeds of 33.86 petaflops (1000 trillion calculations) per second on a benchmarking test,...
Report: China Now Has The World's Fastest Supercomputer

This week's 10 best data stories (so far)

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It has been a busy week for data news already, so here are 10 of the big and/or interesting items you might have missed if you blinked: EMC Greenplum lays down the SQL-on-Hadoop gauntlet: The company’s new Pivotal HD Hadoop distribution fuses its analytic database technology with Hadoop to create a...
This week's 10 best data stories (so far)

The other smartphone rumor that just won't die: The HTC Opera UL is the Facebook phone

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Last night, the rumor of Microsoft building its own smartphone came back to life. Today, the Facebook phone rumor is back, and yes, once again HTC is the expected manufacturer. It’s certainly not the first time we’re hearing that a Facebook phone is in development together by the American and...
The other smartphone rumor that just won't die: The HTC Opera UL is the Facebook phone

Benchmark test Blu-ray helps you set up your TV like a boss

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We go hands on with the second edition of the "Spears and Munsil HD Benchmark" test Blu-ray. [Read more]...
Benchmark test Blu-ray helps you set up your TV like a boss
Unannounced hardware tweak gives new iPad 2 longer battery life

Apple’s new iPad outfitted with 1GB RAM, early benchmarks reveal

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Whilst Apple remains characteristically mum on the specifications of the new iPad hardware, benchmark tests reveal that the Cupertino-based technology giant has included 1GB of memory in the device to compliment the device’s updated A5X processor. Reports suggested that Apple had beefed up the new iPad to sport more RAM but a tweet from iOS tinkerer...
Apple’s new iPad outfitted with 1GB RAM, early benchmarks reveal

Benches still show iOS 3X faster than Android in HTML5

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Apple still has an unambiguous lead over Google in HTML5 performance on the mobile web, app development tool maker Spaceport.io found in a head-on benchmark test. iOS devices were typically about three times faster than their Android equivalents. Even Android 4.0's flagship, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, was still about 42...
Benches still show iOS 3X faster than Android in HTML5
10 Ways Samsung's Galaxy S4 Is Better Than The iPhone 5 (AAPL)

Report: Google Nexus tablet press images leak online [Photos]

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Display captures of press images for the Google Nexus allegedly leaked online today, which reveal the Asus-manufactured tablet looking like a huge Galaxy Note and Galaxy S III cross. PhoneArena posted the above leaks of the highly anticipated 7-inch tablet. Google is long-rumored to launch the device with the latest...
Report: Google Nexus tablet press images leak online [Photos]
Samsung's Galaxy S4 Is Twice As Fast As The iPhone 5 (AAPL)

Dolphin reaches 50m users, launches new Jetpack addon to supercharge its Android browser

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With more than 50 million people using Dolphin Browser on iOS and Android, Mobitap Inc. decided it was time to show Google how things were done. With that in mind, it has today released Jetpack – a new Android addon that works with Dolphin Browser to deliver speeds that are...
Dolphin reaches 50m users, launches new Jetpack addon to supercharge its Android browser

First iPhone 5 Reviews: Thinner, Lighter, LTE "Stunningly Fast"

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The embargo has just lifted on the first iPhone 5 reviews. Apple has provided some publications with an early review unit of the iPhone 5. We are collecting some of the more interesting points from each review, but you can click each title to read the full writeup. The iPhone...
First iPhone 5 Reviews: Thinner, Lighter, LTE "Stunningly Fast"
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