Posts by Nick DuVarney

Samsung Galaxy S III Makes Your Olympic Vacation Easier

Samsung is one of the official sponsors for the 2012 Summer Olympic Games, if you haven’t heard. They also want to make sure, if you’re going to the games, you are able to get your R&R in style. If you have an S III, you can now control your entire Holiday Inn Experience. You can control your TV, get room service, control your air conditioner,… Read more

Apple Reveals How Much It Thinks It Has Lost to Samsung

Apple, a recent trial against Samsung, revealed just how much revenue it believes it lost to Samsung and its “slavish copying.” Apple claims that Samsung owes them $2.5 billion in unjust enrichment. Basically everything that Samsung has made in profit. Apple also claims that, from this point forward, Samsung should be paying Apple $24 per handset sold… Read more

ZTE First to Launch Non-Nexus Device with Jelly Bean

It’s been a race to see just who can release Android 4.1 Jelly Bean to the public first. Many expected HTC or some even Samsung, who has historically been slow in the update process. But, strangely enough, ZTE is the first smartphone manufacturer to release a Jelly Bean phone. The ZTE N880, although lower specs, is the first non-Nexus device to come… Read more

Ouya Will be the Size of a Rubik’s Cube

Ouya, the Kickstarter smash, is a hit among almost everybody who has seen it. The Android-based gaming console is supposed to revolutionize the gaming industry. In addition, it may be the smallest console to date. Instead of only being slim, such as older Playstations, the device will only be about the size of a Rubik’s Cube. For a console with as much… Read more

Intel Bringing Jelly Bean into its Atom Architecture

Intel has officially declared it is porting Jelly Bean to its low-power Atom architecture. Suzy Greenberg emailed PC World stating the project is underway but offered no information on a release time. Intel has done this before when Ice Cream Sandwich was first released, so it’ll likely be a similar story. Intel’s work has appeared on devices such as… Read more