Sony Xperia E4 priced at €129 in Europe
Published in Mobiles


Taking on Moto vowels and consonants

Sony’s new entry-level Xperia E4 has been listed by a number of European retailers and it seems the off-contract price is a rather reasonable €129. 

Rumour: Intel to delay Skylake desktop platform
Published in Processors


Pushed back to August?

The rumour of the day is that Intel will delay the release of Skylake desktop parts and 100-series chipsets by at least two months.

LG Watch Urbane touted as luxury G Watch R
Published in Wearables


Same hardware, now in a suit and tie

The LG G Watch R is about to get a classier sibling in the form of the LG Watch Urbane.

Snapdragon 810 is cooler than 801
Published in Processors


Thermal issues filed under FUD

A new report suggests Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 810 is in fact cooler than its predecessor, despite rumours to the contrary.

Sony to embrace more MediaTek SoCs
Published in Mobiles


Expanding cooperation with Taiwanese companies

Sony is expected to use more MediaTek application processors in upcoming Xperia smartphones. 

Sony Xperia E4 goes cheap and big
Published in Mobiles


5-inch screen, low-end spec

Sony has refreshed the E-series with the Xperia E4, a frugal 5-inch smartphone with a value-oriented spec.

Moto E 2nd gen leaked by US retailer
Published in Mobiles


Minor update apparently

A new Moto E is in the works and Best Buy seems to have leaked the new handset, listing it on one of its websites. The listing has been pulled, but not before it was carried by numerous tech publications.

Qualcomm slapped with $975m fine in China
Published in News


Because communists despise anti-competitive practices

The Glorious People’s Republic of China has imposed a $975 million fine on Qualcomm, citing the chipmakers anti-competitive practices.

Alibaba invests $590m in Meizu
Published in Mobiles


Let's show Amazon how it's done?


Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba is investing $590m in Meizu, one of China’s up-and-coming smartphone outfits.

Archos 80 Cesium sports tiny bezels, Bay Trail SoC
Published in Notebooks


Archos finally joins the Windows 8.1 club

The Archos 80 Cesium is the French brand’s first Windows 8.1 tablet based on Intel’s Bay Trail SoC, and it has a couple of things going for it. The tablet was showcased a few months ago, but for some reason it took Archos quite a while to get it in the channel.