Monday, 2 Mar 2015
A focus on tablets, 2-in-1 devices, and a new chipset for entry-level smartphones leads Intel’s charge into the mobile market.
Microsoft introduced two new additions to its Windows Phone midrange lineup in the form of the 5-inch Lumia 640 and the 5.7-inch Lumia 640 XL. Both are powered by Snapdragon 400 quad-core 1.2GHZ processor, and will arrive with a 1-year Office 365 subscription.
Qualcomm teased the arrival of its next high-end SoC, the Snapdragon 820 at MWC today. It also revealed more details on its cognitive learning Zeroth platform and unveiled an ultrasonic fingerprint scanner, which looks far superior to Apple's TouchID.
Nikon has just announced the launch of the D7200, a 24.2 Megapixel DX-format camera, the COOLPIX P900, a new super-zoom compact and some new software. More details within.
We recently caught wind of Xiaomi announcing a GoPro-esque action camera. It turns out to be true after all, as the Yi Action Camera now sees the light of day.
Swedish home furnishings retailer Ikea announced a new range of products that support Qi wireless charging at MWC 2015. Read on to find out more about its Qi-enabled furniture.
At Mobile World Congress 2015, MediaTek introduced the MT6753, a 64-bit octa-core mobile processor with support for WorldMode modem capability.
If you think Motorola's Moto 360 smartwatch is the best looking smartwatch around, you might want to think again, as Huawei has just announced their rendition of the smartwatch and it looks nothing short of extraordinary.
Before the official launch of Apple Watch, the New York Times has revealed a few details about that device, and the most notable one is its unannounced "Power-Reserve" mode.
For those who've long bemoaned the lack of adequate space for their smart device, SanDisk has what you're looking for in the form of a 200GB microSDXC card. Question is, will you be willing to pay the price?