LG Android Wear watchers are cheaper than ever
Published in Wearables


$99 for first gen square, $199 for round G Watch R

Competition in the Android Wear segment is heating up, which is good news for consumers, as there are some nice deals to be had. 

Intel Compute Stick listed in Europe
Published in News


In Linux and Windows 8.1 flavours

The Intel Compute Stick is coming to Europe and retailers expect to have it in stock by mid-April, but it's a bit pricier than expected. 

Samsung is NOT making an Exynos 7420 smartwatch
Published in Wearables


Debunking asinine rumours on a Tuesday morning

News of absence is sometimes news in itself, and Samsung’s failure to release new smartwatch models is news, sort of. 

Rumour: Radeon R9 R390X priced at $700+
Published in Graphics


Priciest single-GPU Radeon yet?

The upcoming Radeon R9 R390X could be the most expensive single-GPU AMD graphics card to date, excluding professional solutions, of course. 

TSMC to get majority of Apple A9 business
Published in Processors


16nm process might be a better choice than Samsung’s 14nm

TSMC is reportedly getting the majority of Apple A9 orders, which would be a big coup for the company. 

Flagship Lumia to get iris scanner, dock
Published in Mobiles


Windows 10 strides to be innovative

Upcoming Lumia phones could launch with a few industry firsts, all in an effort to differentiate them from the rest of the pack and make Windows 10 phones look and feel more innovative.

HiSilicon Kirin 930 SoC points to a new trend
Published in Processors


Huawei’s first 16nm part has potential

Huawei launched the oversized MediaPad X2 at the Mobile World Congress, and while we’re not sold on the idea of tablet phones, we are impressed by what’s under the bonnet. 

MediaTek to reap benefits of Chinese smartphone push
Published in Mobiles


More brands expanding westward, using MT products

MediaTek stands to gain big if Chinese phonemakers gain a foothold in western markets. 

China’s console policy should help AMD
Published in News


In the long run at least

China’s decision to lift an age old ban on the sale of game consoles is bound to benefit AMD in the long run. 

ZTE and Huawei jump value phablet bandwagon
Published in Mobiles


Cheap 5.5-inchers are the new black

A number of phonemakers have rolled out very affordable phablets over the past couple of months, and the trend is spearheaded by Chinese brands.