HTC Vive to cost €899 in the EU
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Official price, starts selling February 29

HTC has revealed the last piece of its VR strategy and explained how much it plans to sell Vive VR glasses outside the US.

Meizu MX5 Pro Ubuntu edition hands on
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Interesting alternative

Majority of the phones at Mobile World Congress 2016 used Android and a few had Windows mobile 10. But if you want to be really different, Ubuntu was showing its highest end Meizu MX5 Pro Ubuntu phone.

Xiaomi Mi 4S is a Snapdragon 808 phone for $260
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Mi 4 successor has 64GB storage

While Xiaomi was showing off its flagship Mi5 powered with latest Snapdragon 820, it also quietly announced its Xiaomi Mi 4S model which has a lot of good things going for it.

MediaTek wants to lead in 5G
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Exclusive: MediaTek CTO talks to Fudzilla

MediaTek is flat out developing its 5G technology because it wants to be the first to market with the game-changing technology.

Qualcomm demonstrates 1Gbps X16 modem
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Reaches 980 Mbps+ speeds

Qualcomm is having a good year when it comes to the high end products with both Samung and LG basing their Flagships on Snapdragon 820 and 600 Mbps X12 modem.Now the company has demonstrated its X16 modem that can reach 1Gbps speeds

MediaTek introduces Helio P20
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16nm PDDR4X and eight A53 at 2.3GHz


Sony showcased its zero bezel Xperia XA with Helio P10 at the Mobile World Congress today along with its next generation mainstream processor the Helio P20.

Vevo launching a video subscription service
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Waving a fist at YouTube Red

Vevo is completely ad supported, but according to Vevo's CEO Erik Huggers this is about to change as the outfit launches a video subscription service.

Samsung to launch phone upgrade plan on March 11
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Calls it Galaxy Club

Whatever Apple has in its latest model and Samsung Galaxy is missing, will be present in the next generation of Galaxy smartphones and the launch of the Galaxy Club phone upgrade service just confirms this.

Nvidia has 20 to 25 million powered cars in the pipeline
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Nvidia's automotive future is bright

After 23 and a half years of trying, Nvidia finally became a 5 billion dollar revenue company. This is a great result considering that all PC-oriented companies are suffering from the PC market decline. Now the company has 20 to 25 million cars that will ship with Nvidia technology inside.

Dual Pascal-based self-driving car coming from Volvo next year
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DRIVE PX 2 test driven in Sweden in 2017

Buried deep in Nvidia's financial Q4 2016 earnings call was a brief referecmce to the company's Automotive division, which made Nvidia a record $93 million in Q4, up 18 percent sequentially, and up 68 percent year-over-year. There is also a mention that Volvo will be the first manufacturer to take Nvidia's dual Pascal-based DRIVE PX 2 platform for a ride in Sweden.