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Tuesday, 15 October 2013 21:18

HTC Sense 5.5 coming soon

Although they have not announced the exact date when they will let users upgrade to Sense 5.5, HTC says that this will happen very soon. According to rumors from various internet portals new upgrades can we expect when HTC has finished upgrading the Android operating system to the latest 4.3 version.

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Tuesday, 15 October 2013 20:04

MT8121 is a new cheap quad core from MediaTek

MediaTek is a Taiwanese company that is famous mostly for making cheap SoC solutions that are implemented in most of the device coming from eastern markets. The latest product with a label MT8121 is a quad core chip that is designed for installation in tablets belonging to the lower price range, and costing up to $99.

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Popularity of benchmark application was exploited by manufacturers of mobile devices that managed to present their device better than it really was with little tricks like short-period overclocking and similar. Thanks to these practices over time, benchmark tools have become quite unreliable. This was also due to fact that different results were achieved when testing the same device with different benchmark tools.

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According to data from Canaccord, Apple's iPhone 5S during September was the best selling smartphone in the US. Data was collected from the four largest Us mobile service providers.

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Sunday, 06 October 2013 13:30

HTC marks losses for the first time since 2002.

Ever since the company became public in 2002, HTC recorded only positive business results. This week they announced a new quarterly report covering the third quarter of this year, in which HTC for the first time reported losses, which amount to 100 million dollars.

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Sharp has announced a smartphone Aquos Phone Xx. It is a device with a screen diagonal of 5.2 inches, but thanks to a very thin edge of the screen measured dimensions are smaller than they are at comparable devices in class.

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Sony Mobile Communications are planning to deliver 65 million smartphones in the next fiscal year, which will last from April 2014 to March of 2015. According to sources in the company's procurement department it is an increase of 55% compared to the anticipated delivery of 42 million units in the current fiscal year.

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Flexible screens have already become fairly mature technology, and scientists at the University of California in Los Angeles (UCLA) have made a step forward in development.

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Monday, 30 September 2013 20:11

Commander 3D tablet coming soon


Sungame has managed to create a 3D tablet for which you do not need special glasses to view the 3D content thanks to a special kind of lens. [Similar to the Evo 3D by HTC- Ed]

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Monday, 30 September 2013 19:54

BlackBerry lost nearly $1 billion in Q2


As already known, the Canadian company Blackberry is in serious financial problems. They announced financial results for the second quarter of this year (until August 31), according to which the total GAAP loss reached $965 million. From this amount, the losses due to stockpiling devices that were never sold, which includes the cost of their storage and delivery, accounted for about $934 million.

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