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Nexus 5 Smartphone, Nexus 7.7 Tablet Rumored for May Launch

Published on March 18, 2013, in Rumor.

Rumors of Google’s next mobile branded devices surface the WEB the same week as Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S IV unavailing. As Android fans still can’t manage to get their hands on a Nexus 4, Google and LG are reportedly already prepping a sequel to the sleek smartphone. A blogger on the Korean-language tech forum named Ohjaseo claims knowledge of Google’s

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LG is Shooting to Double its Mobile Phone Sales in 2013

Published on March 14, 2013, in Smartphone.

LG Electronics Inc., the world’s fifth-largest handset maker, plans to increase smartphone sales worldwide and reach a sales goal of 40 million units in 2013. LG aims to nearly double smartphone sales in 2013 from shipping 26.3 million smartphones in 2012. It also plans to shift its focus from basic to high-end devices and hopes to

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Gartner: 3Q12 Overall Mobile Handsets Sales Down 3%, as Samsung Deepens Lead Over Apple In Smartphones.

Gartner published its numbers for how the mobile handset industry has performed in Q3. The topline figure is that the mobile industry overall continues to see pressure from the wider economic downturn, and the gradual move away from cheaper, low end feature devices: overall sales of 428 million units for the quarter are 3% down on the

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Intel Next-Gen Haswell CPU to Compete Against ARM

Published on July 19, 2012, in OEM, SSD, Ultrabook.

Intel sees its market shrink with declining sales of Desktop and Notebook PCs and the growing popularity of Tablet. Intel will reportedly launch its next-gen Haswell CPUs as soon as this April 2013. Haswell, like the recently-launched Ivy Bridge, will use a 22nm manufacturing process, but promises major improvements in power consumption and integration, Intel claims it will have a 20X power-consumption improvement over today’s

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LG TV Just Got a Whole Lot More Fun

Published on June 6, 2012, in Press Release, Smart TV.

OnLive announced during the E3 conference in LA that it has team up with LG’s TV sets to launch its newly cloud-based entertainment social gaming service called OnLive Viewer. The service is based on Google TV and will be available on LG’s G2 Google TV sets and OnLive promised that it will soon deliver full console quality gaming experience. “It’s always been our

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Samsung Galaxy S3 Contains Technology from Israel’s Discretix

Published on May 28, 2012, in Embedded Storage, Mobile.

Israeli Globes magazine reports that Samsung’s new smartphone, the Galaxy S3, has embedded security technology made by Israel’s Discretix Technologies Ltd. Discretix develops DRM flash memory processors which are embedded in the memory. For the Galaxy S3, the company provides encrypted access for high definition (HD) video and TV broadcasting applications. The security solution can support

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Connected TV Accounts for 50% Growth of Year-Over-Year TV Sales

NPD conducted a survey to identify the key features, buyers are looking for when buying a new TV set, connectivity looks most transformative among this current generation of new TV features. Sales of connected TVs are increasing (nearly 50 percent year-over-year unit growth in 2011) and connectivity is beginning to weigh into TV purchase decisions (NPD’s Consumer Tracker reports

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Nokia Animatedly Grows the Windows Phone Ecosystem for Microsoft

Published on May 13, 2012, in Embedded Storage, Mobile.

Will Nokia’s commitment to the Windows Phone ecosystem, help drive more NAND Flash, as it helps Microsoft’s to establish its mobile platform? LG’s decision to pull back on its plans to make Windows Phone handsets could hurt the struggling platform. Nokia’s future rests very heavily on the overall success of Windows Phone and the more phone-makers pushing it, the better for everyone

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