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Never mind quad-core, is questioning dual-core chips with Android.
Asus' Padfone gets another docking station accessory.
The upcoming Wikipad gaming tablet will feature Nvidia's Tegra 3.
Asus has taken the wraps off three rather unusual computers at Computex in Taipei.
Intel and Orange's San Diego gets the benchmarking treatment a week ahead of its launch.
Europe to get its first taste of Android-flavored Medfield next week.
ViewSonic will be showing a 22-inch Android tablet at the upcoming Computex tradeshow in Taipei.
One of the most well-known internet payments sites is branching out into the real world.
Lenovo is releasing a lightweight Android tablet in early June sporting "amped up" multimedia features.
There is a good chance that Asus will we unveiling a new Transformer tablet at Computex tomorrow.
A benchmark result on Rightware's Power Board points to an Asus-made Google tablet.
LG debuts its answer to Apple's Retina Display.
Despite delays in some regions, Samsung's Galaxy S III is finally on sale.
Just in time for the Galaxy S III launch, Samsung's celebrating the launch of several new pop-up stores around London.
An incentive to line up early.
Prepare yourself for Tegra 3 plus LTE.
Could North America be getting some Galaxy SIII action in less than a month?
You might want to hold off on that tablet purchase for the moment...
Sadly it's not available in gold, silver, and bronze.
We don't have official numbers worldwide, but we do know it's a record breaker in the UK.
Google's CEO takes Project Glass for a test drive.
It's almost like hooking up an Android smartphone to your HDTV, only with mouse and keyboard support.
Looking for a USB-shaped PC? One has already hit the market while a beefier, more costly offering is on the way.
Anonymous source talks Galaxy S III pre-orders.
How much RAM does your smartphone have?