Nokia just announced two Windows Phone handsets. The first "true" Windows Phones, the company says—and makes a pretty convincing case that they are. But rather than making everyone hot and bothered, Lumia seems to be leaving people cold. Here's why that's wrong.
FlatpanelsHD put together an interesting analysis of why Samsung's Galaxy Nexus' 4.65-inch, 1280x720 Super AMOLED screen probably isn't comparable to Apple's 326 ppi Retina Display despite having a pixel density of 315 ppi. The reason: PenTile technology.
Apple raised the bar with the iPhone 4 by cramming an impressive 326 pixels per inch into its display. But Toshiba has officially dethroned them by upping that to 498 pixels per inch on their new LCD targeted at compact tablet devices.
ARM's new ultra-efficient Cortex-A7 processor isn't going to do anything for smartphones today. But in the near future, it'll be doing what today's fastest CPUs do at a sliver of the price, eating a sliver of the battery life.
Cnet has found postings on Apple's support forums with users complaining of an excessively yellowed display on the new iPhone 4S when compared to the iPhone 4. Is this a case of early manufacturing woes or just a subtle tweak?
More than a year after its inception, AMD's eight-core FX CPU (codename: Bulldozer) is finally available for purchase. The £160 chip is geared towards resource heavy applications, such as HD video editing and multi-display gaming.
AnandTech has dug up some apparent benchmarks for the iPhone 4S, which they found around different benchmarking sites and believe to be true. Judging from the numbers, it seems like it'll be one of the most powerful mobile devices around.
Chip company Adapteva has a crazy notion: Let's turn our smartphones into veritable supercomputers. And the way to do it? Up the ante in processing power. Not with just dual-core or quad-core processors. No, their Epiphany IV chip has a monstrous 64 cores.
Most of us have had zero opportunity to tap Thunderbolt's monster transfer speeds, but Intel's already promising huge boosts in the near future. The best part? The Thunderbolt ports we already have will get the upgrade, no changes necessary.