EvLeaks, a very respected site showing leaks of the upcoming devices, has again released a photo of another smartphone that created a stir to the fans. But there are rumors already that this is either Google Nexus 5 or LG Optimus 2.
With this recently revealed photo created a rumor about the upcoming Optimus G2 of LG, there are also rumors around the block that this device is a product of the collaboration between Google Inc. and LG. If you have seen the Nexus 4 of Google and Optimus G of LG, there are similarities between . . . → Read More: Leaked Photo of a Smartphone, Product of Collaboration between Google and LG
With the tech market getting aggressive, particularly in the tablet and smartphone sectors, technologies from the tech giants and manufacturers are evolving in a fast pace making gadgets that are more convenient and easy to use.
This time, Samsung, one of the most aggressive mobile manufacturer is currently working on a new technology and had teamed up with the researchers at the University of Texas. They are working on a project that involves an EEG (electroencephalogram) cap and the human mind to control smartphones and tablets.
At this stage, the on-going project is very . . . → Read More: Samsung Working on Touchless Interaction with Phones and Tablets
The battle between tech giants, Microsoft Corporation and Google Inc., over patent issues finally put on a stop.
According to a trade judge, he stated that the game console, Xbox video gaming system, did not violate or infringe the patents that Google’s Motorola Mobility unit made.
Judge David Shaw from the U.S. International Trade Commision is clearly siding with Microsoft Corp. in this case. But his conclusions are the not final yet and still subject to review by the panel-of-6-commission, which has the ability to stop the the imports of products that violates the patents in the U.S.
. . . → Read More: Patent Case between Microsoft and Google is Finally Clear
Apple and Samsung maintain their dominant ranks in smartphone market.
A recent report from Canaccord Genuity presented a survey that indicated smartphone sales are greater for smartphones from Apple Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co. The survey was said to be conducted in February in wireless stores. Even though February sales are weaker compared to December sales, the two domineering smartphone giants still got the top two spots in the market share positions.
Moreover, the recent survey is consistent with the past surveys and sales. It has indicated increasing combination of LTE smartphones led by market sales from LTE versions of . . . → Read More: iPhone 5 remains the top-selling smartphone, survey
For almost two years now, Sony Corp. will host its very first major Playstation meeting this February. This has sparked an outburst in online assumptions that the Japanese consumer electronics giant is on the preps of revealing the successor of its PS3 games console.
The PS3 games console has sold about seventy million when it was released six years ago.
However, Sony has refused to comment on the speculations that it would be releasing a new product at a meeting on the 20th of February. Masaki Tsukakoshi, a spokesman from Sony, commented that they will be discussing purely about Playstation . . . → Read More: Sony to convene assembly for Feb20 Playstation revelation
The top two tech giants are on the headlines again.
Apple has cut down screen orders for its newest iPhone 5 due to weaker sales compared to its previous models, while its biggest competition, Samsung has sold about a hundred million units of its Galaxy S device, a sign that the two may be changing their lucks in the mobile industry.
Apple has nearly ordered about half of its order of the liquid-crystal display panels from its major suppliers. According to a Japanese newspaper, the tech giant has told its suppliers LG Display, Japan Display, and Sharp that it will . . . → Read More: Apple and Samsung still top leaders in the mobile market