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CES 2013: what's around, what's up and what's down ahead of day one

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Qualcomm's keynote, Nvidia's new processor, rumours of the Samsung Galaxy S4, Lenovo's giant tablet, what's still not arrived from last year ... and moreLast year it was Steve Ballmer who gave the keynote, winding up nearly 20 years of keynotes by one of Microsoft's top people with a speech in...
CES 2013: what's around, what's up and what's down ahead of day one

Acer Aspire 7600U All-in-One review: Big screen, little performance

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The Acer Aspire 7600U-UR308 is an impressive-looking system, with a large, 27-inch touchscreen, edge-to-edge glass bezel, and clear glass base. However, it's also got a mobile processor, which means it's less powerful than its desktop-processor-sporting counterparts. Our review model, which costs $1899.99 as configured, sports a third-generation Intel Core...
Acer Aspire 7600U All-in-One review: Big screen, little performance
Apple CPU lead Jim Keller heads back to AMD as chief architect
New quad-core Snapdragon supports 55-megapixel images, Ultra HD
Amazon may buy Texas Instruments' mobile chip business to keep up with Apple

Uneasy partners: Samsung reportedly raises processor prices on Apple

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A report from South Korea indicates that the Apple-Samsung relationship continues to sour: On Monday, Chosun Ilbo reported that Samsung raised the price that it charges Apple for mobile processors, according to Marketwatch. Apple reportedly bought 130 million mobile processors from Samsung last year, and 200 million this year. It’s...
Uneasy partners: Samsung reportedly raises processor prices on Apple
Teardown: iPad mini is more like a "big iPod touch" than other iOS devices
5,000 developers say HTML5 is real, it's now, and yeah, it's also the future
Nvidia Tegra 4i combines LTE with quad-core, heralds arrival of Phoenix dev phone

Acer Aspire V5 review: beauty and no brains

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The Acer Aspire V5 isn't a bad-looking machine, considering its price point. It's heavier than it looks, but that heaviness translates into denseness, which translates into the machine feeling sturdy and stable. It almost looks like an Ultrabook - it's relatively slim, it has a simple, sleek overall design,...
Acer Aspire V5 review: beauty and no brains
Nvidia's Tegra 4 beats Qualcomm's fastest Snapdrgon processor

Samsung is investing $1.9 billion in mobile processors

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Samsung Electronics is investing $1.92 billion to expand its mobile processor manufacturing capabilities, the company said on Thursday....
Samsung is investing $1.9 billion in mobile processors

Apple Learns That Suing A Key Supplier May Not Be So Smart; Samsung Jacks Up Prices On Apple

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Apple may be happy it won the first round of its patent fight against Samsung in the US (it's not faring quite so well elsewhere around the globe), but these things have consequences. Besides being a competitor, Samsung is also a key Apple supplier... and it appears that Samsung is...
Apple Learns That Suing A Key Supplier May Not Be So Smart; Samsung Jacks Up Prices On Apple

12 Gadgets We're Lusting Over Right Now

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The thrill of the new is an inherent part of why gadgets appeal to us. There are some awesome gadgets coming down the pike that promise to make our lives easier, better, and more fun. Sometimes dreaming of what we can do with them is as much fun as actually...
12 Gadgets We're Lusting Over Right Now

Toshiba Satellite LX835-D3380 review: below average display, underperforming

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The Toshiba Satellite LX835 starts at $1399.99, which doesn't exactly put it in the budget all-in-one category (if such a category even exists). But you'd never know that by looking at it--thanks to its be-stickered bezel, unimpressive touchscreen, and cheap peripherals, it doesn't exactly look like a top-of-the-line machine...
Toshiba Satellite LX835-D3380 review: below average display, underperforming

Nvidia introduces first 'Tegra 4i' integrated LTE mobile processor

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Nvidia plans to highlight its first integrated LTE mobile processor, called “Tegra 4i,” at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next week. The chip, previously codenamed “Project Grey,” has 12 less GPU cores than its older sibling, the Tegra 4, is based on ARM’s quad-core 44 Cortex-A9 CPU, but boasts an...
Nvidia introduces first 'Tegra 4i' integrated LTE mobile processor

E3 roundup: Day 3 in mobile app news

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Freeze Tag shows off E3 lineup — Mobile developer and publisher Freeze Tag is showing off its new social mobile titles, Party Animals and The Grimm Reaper, this week at E3. Party Animals is set in a cartoon world where players build and customize their raucous parties. The Grimm Reaper,...
E3 roundup: Day 3 in mobile app news
ZTE Aims To Launch The First Tegra 4 Smartphones In China By The End Of 1H 2013

Hands on with Asus Tablet 810 running Intel Clover Trail chip

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While Windows 8 devices are dominating this year's Computex show in Taipei, also present is Intel's newest mobile processor, codenamed Clover Trail, which is set to arrive later this year and could pave the pay for the U.S. chip maker to break into the tablet market....
Hands on with Asus Tablet 810 running Intel Clover Trail chip
Nvidia unveils Tegra 4, 'world's fastest mobile processor'
$99 Raspberry Pi-sized "supercomputer" touted in Kickstarter project

MediaTek plans for quad-core chips in budget smartphones by early 2013

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As much as MediaTek is known for powering budget smartphones, the company is keen to make a fast track into the big leagues. Or bigger, at any rate. General manager Xie Qingjiang explains to China Times that MediaTek should have a quad-core, 28-nanometer mobile processor in production between the...
MediaTek plans for quad-core chips in budget smartphones by early 2013

Should HTC get in the low-end mobile processor business?

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T-Mobile's HTC One S Taiwanese phone manufacturer HTC has its eyes on the low-end mobile market, and it’s pushing forward with plans to develop its own low-cost mobile CPU together with ST-Ericsson, reports China Times. While Apple and Samsung have high-end smartphone chips of their own, HTC would be taking...
Should HTC get in the low-end mobile processor business?
Detailed analysis of Apple A6 core reveals layout done by hand

Intel's Penwell mobile processor given a close inspection, stuffs a lot into a little space

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If you're one of those who took the leap into a first wave of Intel-based smartphones like the RAZR i, you're likely the sort to wonder exactly what makes them tick. SemiAccurate certainly does: it just posted some previously inaccessible diagrams that help reveal how Medfield's system-on-a-chip heart, Penwell,...
Intel's Penwell mobile processor given a close inspection, stuffs a lot into a little space
AMD slips to fourth spot as Qualcomm and Samsung capitalize on mobile processor sales

Samsung Chromebook 3: Cheaper, more productive alternative to a tablet

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Samsung's latest Chromebook - the Series 3 XE303C12-A01US - is small, slim, and speedy. This little laptop weighs less than 2.5 pounds and packs a decent performance punch, assuming you're comparing it to the right machines. A laptop-shaped improvement to a tablet or smartphone GoogleThe Samsung Series 3 runs...
Samsung Chromebook 3: Cheaper, more productive alternative to a tablet

Samsung raising price on Apple chips, report claims

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Samsung is raising the cost of the processors it supplies to Apple by 20 percent, according to MarketWatch, citing the Korean publication Chosun Ilbo. "Samsung Electronics recently asked Apple for a significant price raise in (the mobile processor known as) application processor," a source familiar with the negotiations is quoted...
Samsung raising price on Apple chips, report claims
The Jolla 'Other Half' is the Nokia version of an Android smartphone, sort of

Dual-identity smartphones could bridge BYOD private, corporate divide

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Smartphone and mobile processor manufacturers plan to roll out virtualization technology in 2013 that will allow an employee's personal phone to be used securely in work environments by enabling two separate user interfaces....
Dual-identity smartphones could bridge BYOD private, corporate divide
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