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LG Display announced a thin LCD screen, suitable for mobile devices such as smartphones or phablet with a larger dimensions. According to the company's words, it is the slimmest display with full HD screen resolution for mobile devices.

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Tuesday, 02 July 2013 09:56

Apple and Samsung dominating US market


Apple and Samsung continue to dominate the market of "smart" mobile phones in the U.S., while Android and iOS continue to be the convincingly leading platform.

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Friday, 14 June 2013 21:40

SilverStone's pocket charger


SilverStone company, in addition to various chassis and processor cooler, also offers many other useful accessories. Among them is PowerBank PB03, mobile charger within the company's brand Teratrend.

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Tuesday, 11 June 2013 20:21

Bigger memory for mobile devices


SK Hynix have managed to produce a more capacitive LPDDR3 memory in 20-nanometer generation of manufacturing process. LPDDR3 has higher speed and lower consumption than the previous LPDDR2 that is still very common in today's mobile devices.

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Microsoft has put up an interesting new video spot where they attack the iPad on its in ability to truly multi-task, the static display and Office. The spot is sort of clever and uses Siri to highlight the points at each step. The goal of the ad is to show Windows 8 on a tablet as a true productivity device. As you might expect truth in advertising is a little limited in the ads, but we could be seeing a change in the way that Microsoft is approaching marketing. This is a good thing considering the dreadful sales that Windows 8 and Windows RT are showing right now.

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Monday, 20 May 2013 21:39

Acer Iconia W3 official information


The rumors about Acer ICONIA W3-810 were going around for quite some time, but they always came from unverified sources. Although the device has not yet been introduced, the company's site in the Finnish market posted official information about it

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Wednesday, 01 May 2013 20:18

Faster DRAM for smartphones from Samsung


Samsung is starting a mass production of new 20-nanometer LPDDR3 memory chips in 4 GB capacity. According to the manufacturer, it is the first memory chips for mobile phones that will be a performance comparable with the memory modules used in personal computers.

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According to Blackberry consumers will become tired of tablets in the next five years. Now, considering the massive growth that the tablet market has had over the past 2-3 years that might sound a little off the mark. To be perfectly honest we thought the claim was a little unusual when we first heard it as well. However Blackberry is not the only company that is foreseeing a future after the tablet has run its course. Not that long ago Gabe Newell said that he felt that touch enabled devices like the tablet were a transition device which would have a limited life span. He did not know what the next step in the evolution is but he was pretty convinced that touch was not going to stay the standard for long.

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Sunday, 07 April 2013 13:09

Samsung achiveing great numbers

Galaxy s123

We all knew that Samsung is doing great, but without some official financial information to back this up it's hard to tell exactly how great. According to the recently published estimates of performance in the first quarter of this year, Samsung has produced about 7.75 billion operating profit which is huge 45% more than in the same quarter last year.

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Tuesday, 26 March 2013 06:52

Samsung’s Liquavista on sale

e-ink readers

Samsung could sell their company Liquavista, specialized in the development of e-ink color screen. Samsung acquired the company back in January 2011, and the same company develops special technology for color screen (electrowetting) intended primarily for e-book readers.

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