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  • TECNO deepens smartphone penetration with new Phantom AIII

    November 28, 2013 3:00 PM 25

    Mobile phone Company, TECNO Mobileis looking to further deepen smartphone penetration and expand its market share in Nigeria, with the launch of the latest addition smartphone to its phantom family, the Phantom AIII. The highly anticipated smartphone was formally launched to the public at an elaborate ceremonyin Oriental Hotel, Victoria Island Lagos

  • Gionee brings Elife E7 3G and 4G smartphones

    November 26, 2013 2:55 PM 30

    Gionee on Tuesday said Elife E7 smartphones – available in 3G and 4G versions — will be available globally in early 2014. While, Elife E7 3G smartphone has a Qualcomm 8974 quad-core processor, Elife E7 4G will use Qualcomm 8974AC version 2.5 GHz quad-core processor and supports 5 major modes and 15 bands, Gionee said in a statement. Gionee, which is trying

  • Asus Transformer Book T100 Review: In Depth

    November 25, 2013 2:35 PM 41

    Once upon a time, manufacturers thought that extremely affordable PCs called netbooks were a good idea. As it turns out, they were all kind of bad. Build quality was poor, but worst of all, they were ridiculously slow. Netbooks thankfully died a slow death, making way for the iPad and the many tablets that followed. No one wants to buy Windows RT tablets

  • Build Your Own Computer with the Kano Kickstarter

    November 25, 2013 12:13 PM 29

    Alex Klein and Yonatan Raz-Fridman were challenged by a seven year old to create a buildable computer. As a seven year old maker Micah had two requirements - the project had to be as simple and fun as Legos, and no one could "teach" him how to build the project. Kano is an all-ages computer that can be built by anyone. A Raspberry Pi powers the computer

  • Automakers exhibit future’s bizarre vehicles in Tokyo•As Hyundai joins Toyota, Honda in hydrogen car parade

    November 22, 2013 11:00 PM 30

    Fourteen Japanese and 18 other manufacturers have future bizarre vehicles at the Tokyo motor show which opened on Wednesday. A total of 177 exhibitors, including parts suppliers, from different countries are part of the event’s 43rd edition. The first day of the exhibition saw automakers showcasing their latest electronic technology and green cars alongside

  • Samsung Did Not Pay Apple $1.05 Billion in Coins, Internet. Come on

    November 21, 2013 2:42 PM 47

    An old Internet myth seems to be rearing it’s made-up head, and people are once again sharing the story of how Samsung paid off a $1.05 billion court-ordered settlement with Apple in 30 truckloads of nickels. Except… they obviously didn’t. Besides this being an old myth, let’s look at why it’s so ridiculous. Simply put – sheer volume. We traced the source

  • Gadgets sales of the Samsung smartwatch break the 800,000 mark

    November 20, 2013 3:12 PM 41

    Samsung Electronics announced, this week, that one of its latest gadgets, the smartwatch from its Galaxy Gear line, has become the most popular in the world among devices of this type. This completely reversed the expectations of the industry that had stated that gadgets like this would fail because of the lack of compelling features that they have to offer

  • Qatar’s New World Cup Soccer Stadium Was Supposed to Look Like a Boat…but Some Say It Looks a Lot Like a Female Body Part (Content Warning)

    November 19, 2013 6:46 PM 45

    Editor’s note: The following post contains some scientific terminology that may not be suitable in all settings. When stadium designers over the weekend posted their vision for a new 40,000-seat stadium set to be built for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, they probably didn’t expect the video of their design to go viral. They probably also didn’t expect

  • How Apple and Microsoft are Getting More Aggressively Competitive

    November 19, 2013 2:33 PM 40

    Everyone knows that Apple and Microsoft are competitors, but it seems as though that competition has really been heating up recently. First of all, their competition is direct in more markets these days. Windows tablets, though definitely under performing in terms of popularity, are aiming to take a slice of Apple’s market share. The Surface is even aiming

  • Intel Bay Trail – Game Changer Award Winner 2013

    November 18, 2013 2:04 PM 65

    Made with the same 22-nanometer manufacturing process as Intel’s 4th generation Core Series, Bay Trail processors offer plenty of power for real productivity, media playback and casual gaming. Yet because of their low-power design — and Intel’s aggressive pricing — quad-core Bay Trail CPUs appear in a new-generation of budget-minded Windows tablets