Google shows off another device from Project Tango
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According to rumors brought by the Wall Street Journal, which are as always coming from "sources close to the company", Google is preparing to begin production of the new tablet. This device should be produced in 4000 copies already next month, which will serve as a test series to test the prototype.

Back when nVidia first launched the original Tegra SoC CEO Jen-Hsun Huang stated that it would change the face of media players, phones and tablets. He fully expected Tegra to become more than 50% of nVidia’s business (revenue) and put the green team to work making that happen. After a few months of hearing about the advantages of Tegra I was finally able to put one to the test in the form of the now-gone ZuneHD. It was an impressive experience and I still have and use that device on an almost daily basis.

New update for Android version of Gmail
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Wednesday, 21 May 2014 15:38

New update for Android version of Gmail

Users who do not want or simply do not have enough room on their Android devices for attachments that they received via Gmail service, can now save their attachments via new options. The new version of the Gmail application for Android devices will be able to directly store attachments received via Gmail in Google's data storage service - Google Drive.

Wednesday, 21 May 2014 14:38

Google chose LG once again

Until now, the American editor Evan Blass Nelson (better known as @evleaks) proved to be quite reliable source of information about new products.

Potentially bad news have arrived for all those who are waiting for the Nexus 6 or some other new device from the line - Google decided to stop their business with the Nexus line. Although information is still far from an official confirmation, the source is very reliable - @evleaks.

In the absence of the CEO, the head of Samsung's mobile department made a statement to the Wall Street Journal in which he commented on the good initial sales of their latest smartphone, the Galaxy S5.

450 Mbps achieved with LTE-Advanced technology
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Ericsson and Australian mobile operator Telstra announced that they have for the first time in a commercial mobile network reached the transmission speed of 450Mbps to the customer using technology LTE-Advanced (LTE-A) Carrier Aggregation.

HTC has launched the One Mini 2
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Friday, 16 May 2014 15:22

HTC has launched the One Mini 2

HTC has officially unveiled the smaller version of its HTC One (M8) flagship – One Mini 2. HTC One Mini 2 this time has a dimension of 137x65x10.6 millimeters and weighs 137 grams. Super LCD2 screen size is 4.5 inches, the screen resolution is the same as last year's model (720x1280) with a slightly lower density of 326 ppi (Mini One was 342 ppi).

There is no doubt that the mobile market is beginning to become the focus of hardware manufacturers. In many ways this market is eclipsing what we are seeing for more mainstream computer systems. One of the biggest reasons for this is that while most people will own a phone or portable media player only a fraction of that group will own a desktop computer. Because of this the demand for high-quality components and accessories has been growing at an exponential rate. Even companies that were once dedicated to the more traditional “PC” are starting to build devices for the mobile market. A couple of areas that are growing very quickly are power and audio. Here you have two very vital functions that anyone with a mobile device needs to think about. You have to have power to keep things going and most (if not all) will want a way to listen to their media on more than just the bundled set of headphones. Today we are taking a look at a product from LUXA2 that addresses both of these areas with style. So let us introduce the LUXA2 GroovyW Bluetooth speaker set and wireless charging unit.

Rumored specs of the Moto E proven to be true
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Thanks to the latest information received from Brazil, we have pictures of the future Motorola's entry-level smartphone Moto E. Also, from the same source came the alleged specs. Recent rumors of a 4.3-inch screen proved to be true.