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Galaxy S5 and the LG G3, losing only in camera/imaging performance and integration. However, a reader noted in the comments section of that piece that a more appropriate comparison would be to Qualcomm's recently announced Snapdragon 805. Putting the
Further, there's a lot of wishy-washiness with respect to the actual performance characteristics of these products, particularly as many tend to confuse architectural and design characteristics with actual transistor and manufacturing-technology
Now that the mini is virtually as full-powered as the 5th generation iPad Air, the PC-free world Steve Jobs famously declared is almost upon us. In other words, it benefits from an A7, 64-bit CPU the same as the Air and the iPhone 5s, which means it'
Anand Shimpi is one of the most influential tech industry figures you've never heard of. From his start as a teenager building PCs for students and faculty at a college in his hometown of Raleigh, North Carolina, he's become one of the semiconductor
The Infinity Blade test shows March 13, 2011 Dean Takahashi Apple chief executive Steve Jobs promised that the iPad 2's processor is twice as fast as the original iPad's and its graphics performance is nine times better. Now that the results are
Consumer Reports' made waves last week with its decision not to recommend the Verizon iPhone 4 because of the same " death grip " antenna problem that plagues AT&T's iPhone 4. But the magazine may have made the wrong call: Tests show that Verizon's
Intel hopes to shake up the computer chip market as it unveils details on Monday about how it is putting a microprocessor and graphics processor onto a single silicon chip. Code-named Sandy Bridge, the chip will figure prominently in the keynote