Now that the CES 2013’s dust has settled, we are looking forward to another big electronics event. Looks like Huawei is also eyeballing the next big platform, the Mobile World Congress. Huawei without wasting anytime has announced that it will be bringing a new slim smartphone for the show.
Archos has been trying to break into the tablet business for quite a while now. And this CES it has brought forth a slew of tablets. Archos 101 Titanium is among the latest line up. The Archos 101 Titanium is a far off successor to last year’s 101XS, but hails from the Archos Elements species.
Just when I think I’m out, they pull me back in. CES is still kicking and today Samsung made a doozy of an announcement when they unveiled the 8-Core Exynos Octa Processor. Yup, they’ve just doubled the cores which is pretty darned crazy.
These are some really exciting times for smartphone fans; manufacturers are starting to compete and are pushing the limits. Lenovo is looking to leave its very own make on the smartphone industry with its Lenovo K900 smartphone. And from what we are seeing, Lenovo K900 is looking to ho head to head with the competition.
NVIDIA is looking to sweep the show this year around with its exciting and intriguing announcements at CES 2013. NVIDIA took the stage and quite frankly it droned on a little until we saw the company reveal its latest mobile chip, the Tegra 4.
If you enjoyed Angry Mob Games & Fox Digital’s Predators you’re in for some great news today as we’re getting another killer game in early 2013 with AVP:Evolution. Can I get a hell yeah?
Game developer Ubisoft have taken on board feedback from their Rayman fan base and have chosen to release a new mobile Rayman game in partnership with independent gaming studio Pastagames, based entirely around the much loved bonus stages that are found in their popular console platformer game – Rayman Origins.
Whether you own a Nintendo DS or not, you’re quite likely to have heard the name of the game called Professor Layton. There have been several Professor Layton puzzle games released on to the portable DS console and up until now, the Nintendo DS has been the only way to play this captivating puzzle game.