Breaking, Hardware, Mobile, News, Opinion, Smartphones, VR World

Did Xiaomi Missed While Pricing their Xiaomi Mi 6?

After several weeks of detailed and less detailed leaks, Xiaomi’s Mi 6 smartphone launched at the tail end of April. Couple of months ago, we did a wild rumor article that you can read here and by looking at the final product, we can see that we were not far off. Actually, not at all. Design Let us start with the phone’s appearance. The Mi 6 leaked through and through ahead of its debut, but most of the leaks showed just the black version. The “Hero” version that Xiaomi is promoting in its official photographs and renderings is quite an elegant blue and gold combination. There

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Auto, Breaking, Graphics, News, Technology Security

2017 Mercedes E-Class Cockpit Looks Like a Video Game

117th edition of the North American International Auto Show will take place in Detroit, MI between January 11-24, 2016. Among 50 or so world premieres, perhaps the key launch will be the one coming in the shape of new E-Class, one of best selling cars coming from the three-pointed star from Stuttgart, Mercedes-Benz. The new E-Class launch is perhaps even more important than the company flagship S-Class. Unlike the S-Class, which rules the market where BMW competes with the 7-Series, Audi A8, Jaguar XJ etc., E-Class has to battle a lot of competitors, and the company lost sales advantage in the mid-2000s, with Audi A6 and BMW 5

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2015, Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Event, Opinion, VR World

PC Enthusiats: What Can We Expect to See at CES 2015?

CES Logo

With CES right around the corner and the industry’s marketing efforts going into overdrive, what is it that we will likely see next week?

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Analysis, Android, Business, Hardware, Mobile Computing, Operating Systems, Software Programs, VR World

Nexus 9 Torn Down, Not Very Repair Friendly

Nexus 9 Blown Up 980 image credit - iFixit

iFixit did their typical tear down of new hardware, and this time they tore down the new HTC Nexus 9 from Google and found it to be very repair unfriendly.

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Android, Mobile Computing, Operating Systems, Rumors, Software Programs, VR World

Motorola and LG are Launching New Phones Next Month

Motorola and LG

It seems as though May is going to be a pretty busy month in the smartphone industry, much like April was. This month we saw the Launch of the HTC One M8 as well as the Samsung Galaxy S5, after their announcements in the months before. Now, it appears to be Motorola’s and LG’s turn as Motorola is rumored to be announcing the Moto E and Moto X+1 on May 13th and LG is expected to launch the LG G3 on the 27th, an update to the G2 from last year. The G2 last year was a fantastic phone and really cemented LG’s platform in

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Android, Hardware, Mobile Computing, Operating Systems, Software Programs, VR World

OnePlus One Premium Smartphone Launches at $299

OnePlus One White

The long awaited OnePlus One smartphone has finally made its official debut after many months of slow trickles and leaks. This smartphone was promised to be the smartphone without compromises, and judging by the current specs listed of the OnePlus One, it appears that their statement has held true. The current OnePlus One (still not too hot about that name) will be available in two colors and models. Specifically, the white model selling for $299 with 16GB of storage space (and no memory card slot) and the black version selling for $349 with 64GB of storage space. This price is all the more ridiculous when

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3D, Business, Hardware, VR World

120Hz LCD, LED-backlit panels gaining market traction

It looks like Nvidia was on to something when the company chose stereoscopic method for its GeForce 3D Vision project. Obligatory requirement for 120Hz refresh rate seemed ludicrous at best, but I just saw an interesting figure… according to analysis firm DisplaySearch, shipment of 120Hz LCD panels reached 3.3 million units. This is the same share as in previous quarter (Q3’08), but now 120Hz panels make up for 16% of all 32″ panels and 31% of all 40″+ LCD TV panels. This is a very interesting trend and analysts don’t expect to end soon. Second big winner is LED-backlight panel. This type of displays jumped

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3D, Business

ASUS goes for Dell’s jugular with four new FullHD LCD displays

If there was any doubt that two Taiwanese giants are going for Dell and HP, the gloves have come off. After ASUS establishing netbook market with its EEE PC and Acer overtaking HP in notebooks sales in EMEA region, both manufacturers are now complementing their line-ups with attractive add-ons. In case of ASUS, the company announced two 24″ and two 25.5″ displays. All four displays feature resolution of 1920×1200 pixels, 20.000:1 contrast ration, 2ms (gtg) response time, HDMI input and Splendid video engine. What makes this very interesting is the explanation what Splendid video engine actually is. It is obvious that Splendid is a name

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