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Apple Alters Nano-SIM Design Proposal Following Criticism

May 9, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Hope at least some of you still remember the last time when we reported the conflict of opinion between major smartphone players like Nokia and Apple about the designs that should decide the future of today’s Subscriber Identity Modules or simply SIM cards. There were a lot of differences in the designs submitted by Nokia […]

Lenovo ThinkPad Leak Suggests Intel Ivy Bridge Processor Inside

May 1, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Almost everyone out there is waiting to try out Intel’s new Ivy Bridge processor and have been waiting for the machines that include the processor to come over. As if in a bid to cheer up all you tech freaks waiting in anticipation, a photograph of a notebook from Lenovo has surfaced online. The specifications […]

Nokia Lumia 900 New Feature Unearthed; Try It Now

May 1, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Once a device comes out, it is time to dig it to find out some interesting features that hide under the hood. For example, Lumia 900 from Nokia has stolen the hearts of many, since it came out officially. However now, talented geeks have unearthed a hidden option in the device which lets users select […]

HTC Set to Make Own Processors for Smartphones

April 23, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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HTC has finally decided to hop on to the bandwagon of phone makers who tout self-made processors. The phone maker will soon be seen developing processors that can match the standards of their smartphones, thus minimizing reliance on third party chip makers. Top brands Samsung and Apple currently make their own processors, which in fact, […]

Micron C400 mSATA Drives Out; Touts Large Storage in Smaller Package

April 12, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

To make the world smaller and beautiful, Micron is now offering their RealSSD C400 series of solid state drives in the updated small mSATA packages. A shrinking size does not mean any compromise on its performance but more real estate for gadget innards. Micron promises same performance for its new packages as the c400 products […]

Intel 7-Series Ivy Bridge Ready Chipset Family Reaches OEMs

April 11, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The endless wait for the power of the upcoming Ivy Bridge chip from Intel has reached closer to an endpoint with the chipzilla introducing its 7 series mainstream chipset family to market. Intel says the 7 series chipset family is now available and shipping with major OEM companies who manufacture smartphones and desktop systems all […]

Tegra 3 Powered Cheaper Tablets Set for Summer Roll Out

April 2, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Looks like the rules of the battle are changing in the tablet terrain as of late. We had told you earlier that the price war will be intensified at the lower segment of the tablet market with Google planning a cheaper 7 inch tab from Asus to fight Amazon’s Kindle Fire. But now, it seems […]

Nano-SIM Proposals to be Voted Next Week; Apple Proposal Does Not Meet Requirements, Alleges Nokia and RIM

March 27, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The future of the SIM cards is going to change in a one week when the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) will sit for voting on the proposals submitted by major players like Apple, Nokia and RIM on the new shape of the Subscriber Identity Modules (SIM cards). However, going through the proposals submitted by […]

NVIDA Kepler GTX 680 GPU Aims at Future Super Phones

March 26, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Chip makers are not playing an easy game out there. Planning for a chip actually takes considerable time which can span up to a few years and if the planning is not up to the mark, you will find the chip has no demand when it comes to the market after all those years. The […]

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