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Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 Going Into Mass Production This May

Though the Snapdragon 600 is one of the most widely used mobile chips in the world, being the heart of the LG Optimus G Pro, HTC One, and most versions of the Samsung Galaxy S 4, it will be one upped very soon by its own creator. The Snapdragon 800 will enter mass production in late May, basically dooming every flagship currently released to… Read more

First Batch Of Google Glass Said To Be Built In California

It seems that Google is looking to build the first batch of Google Glass here in California. Reports state that they will be built in Santa Clara to be specific, and it makes perfect sense. Since they don’t need to make large quantities, there is no point in outsourcing the labor. Plus, it’ll be easier to inspect them, since Google needs to make sure… Read more

Samsung Will Soon Unveil 4.99 Inch 1080p HD AMOLED Displays

Remember that rumor we posted a little earlier? The one that claimed that the Galaxy S IV would have a 5″ 1080p display? Well it may very well be legitimate. Reports say that Samsung will unveil a 4.99″ 1080p HD AMOLED display at CES in January. This could be the source of the previous rumor. If they start manufacturing it in Q1 2013, like expected,… Read more

Sharp Starting Production of 5″ 1080p Smartphone Displays

If this isn’t an impressive feat, I don’t know what is. Sharp is starting production on 5″ displays with a resolution of 1920×1080, at a massive 443 pixels per inch. That’s incredibly dense, and if designed well, should look absolutely gorgeous. This is all possible due to the layer-reducing CG-Silicon technology. These displays will be shown off at… Read more

Samsung Now Producing 2GB LPDDR3 RAM And 128GB Flash Storage Chips

Technology is evolving fast, and Samsung is making more and more impressive hardware. Their newest product is a single 2GB LPDDR3 DRAM chip, which they claim is the first of its kind. Unlike the old LPDDR2 chips with 1,066 Mbps speed, this new one has a speed of 1,600 Mbps, with 12.8GB/s of bandwidth. Pretty insane. Along with that comes production… Read more