News tagged "Misc"
Sony posts 2012 financial results, records profit of $458 million
That's the first time the company posts positive financial results since 2008.
OmniVision launches the smallest full HD camera chip
The camera chip enables 1080p HD front-facing cameras for next-generation smartphones and tablets.
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Nokia Q1 report: 5.6 million Lumias sold, €150 million loss
Nokia is still struggling to come out on the black, but the Lumia sales are some good 27% up.
iPhone 5 with gold and diamonds surfaces, costs $15.3 million
The custom built iPhone 5 is the world's most expensive smartphone, made up for gold and diamonds.
16nm ARM Cortex-A57 CPU ready to hit mass production
The chip delivers up to three times the performance of Cortex-A15 for the same power consumption.
GSMArena labs: Our latest tool gives you instant reviews
In an attempt to speed up our smartphone review process, we created the ReviewBot tool.
NovaThor is no more as STMicro and Ericsson end joint venture
The end of the ST-Ericsson partnership will result in the loss of some 1,600 jobs globally.
LG accuses Samsung Galaxy S4 of violating its eye-tracking patent
The patent in question is filed back in 2009 and is used in LG's Smart Video feature.
Samsung Galaxy S4 software goodies to hit Galaxy S III as well
All new software features of the Galaxy S4 that don't require special hardware will make their way to Galaxy S III.
Samsung Galaxy S III global sales reach 50 million
Samsung's third generation Galaxy S smartphone has reached 50 million hands across the world.
Samsung Electronics appoints two new CEOs, now has three
Samsung presidents Boo-keun Yoon and J.K. Shin become co-CEOs, joining current CEO Oh-hyun Kwon.
JK Shin unhappy with US market share, stays loyal to Android
Samsung Mobile's chief doesn't see flexible displays coming anytime soon, says Tizen phone is due in Q3.
Google I/O 2013 tickets sell like hot cakes, all sold out now
It took the $900 Google I/O tickets only 49 minutes to fly off the virtual counters. The event is due for May.
Andy Rubin steps down as Android chief, will stick around
Sundar Pichai will take over, in addition to his existing tasks with Chrome and Apps.
Motorola Mobility fires R&D staff in China, leaves only 200 salesmen
Google is methodically completing the steps towards moving Motorola's operations to the U.S. entirely.
Motorola lays off 1,200 employees in the U.S., China and India
The cost-cutting measures will affect about 10% of the company's workforce.
Samsung, Apple to use wireless charging on their phones?
Samsung Galaxy S IV and Apple iPhone 5S might feature wireless charging, rumors says.
Judge from Samsung vs. Apple case is on Samsung's legal team
The judge is a consultant for Samsung in a patent case against Ericsson in front of the ITC in the US.
Nokia sells its Peltola campus in Oulu, Finland for $40.8M
This is yet another campus that the Finns are selling, following their headquarters sale for €170 million.