Samsung Galaxy J7 leaked
Published in Mobiles

Russian into it

Information about the Galaxy J7, has been leaked through Samsung's official website.

Qualcomm is becoming too dependent on Apple and Samsung
Published in Processors

If Apple sneezes Qualcomm catches cold 

Qualcomm is becoming too dependent on Apple and Samung and could be vulnerable if either swaps to different chipmakers.

Broadcom bought in biggest chip deal ever
Published in Processors

Industry consolidation

Avago bought Broadcom for $37 billion in the largest merger of chipmakers ever and created a company which could give Intel and Qualcomm a run for their money.

Samsung releases PRO Plus and EVO Plus Memory
Published in Memory

Thanks for the Memory

Samsung has released its latest PRO Plus and EVO Plus memory cards which means that portfolio has PRO Plus, PRO, EVO Plus and EVO families.

Tencent releases its new operating system
Published in Wearables

TOS+, for smartphones and smart watches

Chinese outfit Tencent has released its operating system for smartphones and smartwatches as it tries to take a slice of the mobile market behind the bamboo curtain.

Strong ARM tactics yield results
Published in News

Cash pile building

Chip designer ARM reported a 36 per cent rise in first-quarter net profit amid strong demand for its technology.

BOE and Tianma struggle with Full-HD
Published in Mobiles

Locked up in Cell

Chinese panel makers BOE and Tianma thought they would be onto a winner Full HD displays with in-cell LTPS TFT LCDs and TDDI (touch with display driver) technology for handsets.

Qualcomm chip business worthless
Published in Processors

Spin it off warns sctivist investor

Qualcomm has been told to spin-off its "worthless" chip unit away from its patent-licensing business in order to boost sliding stock prices.

Samsung saved by display and chip business
Published in News

Hopes the Galaxy will save it

Samsung just released its financial performance for the first quarter of the year and while it beat the rather poor expectations of the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street there is not too much to be happy about.

Intel might be hiding mobile loses
Published in Mobiles

Chipzilla denies it

It appears that Chipzilla has worked out a cunning plan to prevent people worrying about all the money it is losing trying to buy its way into the mobile market.