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No Smartphones from Intel Until 2012

At Intel’s annual investor’s meeting, CEO Paul Otellini admitted that there was going to be further delays releasing a smartphone on the market. Otellini informed investors that their first smartphones will ship in early 2012. Back in February Intel claimed that they would be releasing…

Qualcomm Video’s of the 1.5GHz Dual Core Snapdragon MSM8660

Qualcomm’s posted latest videos of its Mobile Development Platform showing off Snapdragon’s Adreno 220 on the MSM8860 chipset. You’ll see in the video’s below that you’ll be able to have in-page HTML5 video streaming, Flash video streaming, and 1080p playback on up coming handsets and…

Samsung’s Exynos 4210 Shows Off 3D Gaming at GDC 2011

Gaming on your handset has been a cute experience, nothing serious with usable graphics. That’s all about to change with Samsung’s Orion / Exynos 4210. If you’re wondering where you’ll be able to access the raw power of this dual-core 1GHz ARM Cortex A9 CPU…

Video: $50 MumbaiPad First Low Cost Tablet to Run Freescale

We had the $35 tablet last month, this month we’ve got a $50 tablet, the price might not be going down but the volume of sub $100 tablets seems to be ramping up. What makes this post very interesting in terms of looking at the…

Canoe Lake 14mm Reference Design Hands on While Turned On

Intel Unveiled their new ‘Canoe Lake’ platform for netbooks which allows devices to measure in at 14mm thick and be able to play 720p. We have already done our first hands on video, but we got to play around with it again and this time…

Neonode zForce Pad multitouch platform targets 5-13 inch MIDs/Tablets

Swedish company Neonode has introduced the zForce Pad… platform which is a reference design with a convenient touch-screen panel and multi-touch capability. The zForce Pad platform, a range of low-cost widescreen touchscreen panels spanning 5- to 13-inches and intended for MID, tablet and other ultraportable

AAVA Prototype Moorestown Phone running Moblin 2.0

Freescale 7-inch Next Generation Smartbook Reference Design – Fingers Crossed Under $200

Freescale Semiconductor has unveiled the future of the smartbook category with a tablet reference design featuring a 7-inch touch screen with up to four times the viewing area of a typical smartphone and based on a form factor that is approximately one-third the size and…