Qualcomm, as expected, has announced its next CPU iteration at MWC2015. Even as new smart devices are only now coming packed with the ‘now dated’ Snapdragon 810, the mobile CPU maker deemed it appropriate to put out the newly completed Snapdragon 820.
XiaoMi ventures into the market for action cameras, giving consumers a cheaper alternative to GoPro.
5G is making its presence at MWC this year. It will be the technology and speed that power driver-less cars and powerful computing devices, but don’t expect to see any of it until year 2020 (at least).
Being included in new device launches at Mobile World Congress 2015 (MWC2015) has given Intel more reason to show up at the prestigious mobility exposition and that’s what it did exactly as it introduces new Atom CPU entries.
Search engine giant, Google announces its efforts to provide connectivity to every one of us across the world regardless of where you are via balloons.
After unveiling the Huawei MediaPad X2 to the media at the MWC stage, CEO of Huawei Consumer, Mr. Richard Yu presents a series of wearable devices including the Huawei Watch, Talkband B2, and TalkBand N1.
If it is one thing that HTC has proven with its new flagship, it is how the brand remains consistent with the refinement of the design and performance of the HTC ONE. The new iteration, HTC ONE M9, reinforces the fact that HTC is always up to the task of delivering high quality innovative builds. […]
Large screens are here to stay. The MediaPad X2 is an upgrade to its predecessor the MediaPad X1 featuring a fully laminated 7-inch ultra HD IPS screen and a slim body of only 7.28 mm.