This seems like a familiar place, doesn’t it? We’ve heard whispers and murmurs from the rumor mill and Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan himself that the company has plans for the mobile gaming market. In a sit-down with CNBC, however, Tan let the cat out of the bag and confirmed that Razer is working on a mobile device and hopes to release the device by year’s end. Continue reading “Razer hopes to debut its mobile device by the end of 2017”
Google has launched a trade in program via its online store ahead of the anticipated launch of the Google Pixel 2. The program allows customers to hand over an existing smartphone to save up to $388 on a Google Pixel or Pixel XL (though the Pixel 2 will likely be added once it’s available) from a list of eligible devices. Continue reading “Google’s new trade in program can bag you up to $388 off a Pixel”
It seems like HTC has been grabbing all the headlines this week. Despite selling off part of its mobile division to Google, HTC is still hard at work on what’s next. According to a new report, that could be the HTC U11 Plus. The U11 Plus would take up the 18:9 display aspect ratio that has swept the market in 2017 and pair it with high-end specs and…wait for it: a lower price. Here are the alleged specifications for the U11 Plus: Continue reading “The HTC U11 Plus could be coming soon with an 18:9 display”
Moore’s Law predicts that the number of transistors used on dense integrated circuits will double year on year. The theory belongs to Gordon Moore, who co-founded Intel and who had observed this trend up to that point in 1965.
Often though, this prediction has been extrapolated to apply to all technology. That is to say, that it is generally accepted that the rate of technological improvement should double, year on year. Continue reading “Are smartphones still getting faster? Does Moore’s law still apply?”