Earlier this month the USB Implementers Forum announced the new USB Power Delivery 2.0 specification. Long awaited, the Power Deliver 2.0 specification defined new standards for power delivery to allow Type-C USB ports to supply devices with much greater amounts of power than the previous standard allowed, now up to 5A at 5V, 12V, and 20V, for a maximum power delivery of 100W. However also buried in that specification was an interesting, if cryptic announcement regarding USB Alternate Modes, which would allow for different (non-USB) signals to be carried over USB Type-C connector. At the time the specification simply theorized just what protocols could be carried over Type-C as an alternate mode, but today we finally know what the first alternate mode will be...

Droid Bionic Officially Announced: On Sale Tomorrow!

It's finally here, and hopefully worth the wait! Verizon Wireless and Motorola Mobility announced this morning the new and improved Droid Bionic, the first dual-core, 4G LTE handset. After...

6 by Jason Inofuentes on 9/7/2011

Nexus S 2.3.6 Update Lands - Voice Fix Included

If you're a lucky owner of a Nexus S, Google's second flagship device that launched in December, chances are that you're well aware of the rather nagging voice search...

1 by Saumitra Bhagwat on 9/2/2011

Dell XPS 15z: Sincerely Flattering

With the relaunch of their XPS branding, Dell has released quite a few interesting laptops during the past three quarters. Their latest addition to the line is the thin...

76 by Jarred Walton on 9/2/2011

Qualcomm Atheros Acquires Bigfoot Networking

It feels like just yesterday that I was finishing up the review of Bigfoot Networks' Killer Wireless-N 1102, but in fact it has been a whole three weeks. My...

5 by Jarred Walton on 9/1/2011

IFA 2011: Toshiba's AT200 Is The Thinnest Android Tablet

Toshiba is joining the race to produce the thinnest possible tablet with their newly announced AT200 tablet, successor to the Toshiba Thrive/AT100. Eschewing the full sized ports and chintzy...

10 by Jason Inofuentes on 9/1/2011

Sony Enters Tablet Market - Announces Two Tablets

Sony has finally made it official, they are entering the tablet business. This move has been anticipated for a while now so this may not be a big surprise...

40 by Kristian Vättö on 8/31/2011

Department of Justice Files to Block AT&T-T-Mobile Merger

The United States Justice Department has filed to block AT&T's proposed buyout of T-Mobile today, saying that the merger would "remove a significant competitive force from the market." The potential...

16 by Andrew Cunningham on 8/31/2011

Samsung Releases Series 7 Laptops: Aluminum Body and SSD Caching

Samsung has released four new laptops today. They are branded as Series 7 and will be available in October. These are also the first laptops with SSD caching. Read...

55 by Kristian Vättö on 8/31/2011

Hands on with the US-bound Samsung Galaxy S IIs

Samsung has already sold 5 million of them in 85 days in Korea and Europe, but until now the Galaxy S II has been just a dream in a...

36 by Jason Inofuentes on 8/31/2011

HP to Produce One More Run of Touchpads

The HP Touchpad's saga continues: after being introduced, discontinued, and liquidated, HP now says that it will be manufacturing a "limited quantity" of the tablets before the end of...

10 by Andrew Cunningham on 8/30/2011

New Tetris Coming To The 3DS This October

If the dearth of world-famous puzzlers was keeping you from picking up a Nintendo 3DS, it’s about time you started saving up: the Hudson Soft-developed Tetris: Axis will be...

6 by Craig Getting on 8/29/2011

Samsung Announces Galaxy S II LTE and Tab 8.9 LTE for IFA

Let's be clear, this fall has easily one of the busiest release schedules, and Samsung's not interested in making it any easier. In addition to the US SGS II...

9 by Jason Inofuentes on 8/28/2011

Droid Bionic Arrives September 8th

It's been a long time since CES, but the wait is nearly over. Per Motorola's Droid Bionic Twitter account, the Bionic will grace Verizon's network on Sepember 8th. Earlier...

23 by Jason Inofuentes on 8/28/2011

Razer Announces Blade Gaming Laptop

Razer, a gaming-centric company known primarily for its mice and keyboards, today announced that they would be introducing a gaming laptop, the Blade, in Q4 2011. The $2799.99 laptop is...

21 by Andrew Cunningham on 8/26/2011

HP EliteBook 8760w: Color, So Dreamy

Just over ten months ago, we had a chance to take a look at a very big, reasonably impressive mobile workstation: HP's EliteBook 8740w. It sported HP's DreamColor IPS...

83 by Dustin Sklavos on 8/25/2011

Nokia Releases Three Smartphones with New Symbian "Belle"

Nokia has revealed three new smartphones today: Nokia 700, Nokia 701 and Nokia 600. Nokia 600 Nokia 700 Nokia 701 Screen Size 3.2" 3.2" 3.5" Resolution 640x360 640x360 640x360 Display Type N/A AMOLED IPS NAND 2GB + microSD 2GB + microSD 8GB + microSD CPU ARM 11 @ 1GHz ARM...

19 by Kristian Vättö on 8/24/2011

Sprint to Carry Next iPhone, Says Wall Street Journal

Sprint will be joining AT&T and Verizon in carrying Apple's next iPhone, reports the Wall Street Journal citing "people familiar with the matter." This would make Sprint the third...

13 by Andrew Cunningham on 8/24/2011

MYTHLOGIC Pollux 1400: Clevo's W150HR Tested

The past year has seen the vast majority of mainstream notebooks with discrete graphics shift to NVIDIA's Optimus, and with the W150HR Clevo makes the move as well. Equipped...

22 by Jarred Walton on 8/23/2011

WiFi Galaxy Tab 10.1 Gets Improved GPU Performance With TouchWiz UX

So you read our TouchWiz UX Review and thought, "I'll pass on this one." Well, think it over one more time. When Anand discovered that Sammy's LTE Tab was...

7 by Jason Inofuentes on 8/22/2011

TouchDroid Project Bringing Android to HP Touchpad

The open source community is wasting no time taking ownership of HP's orphaned Touchpad tablet: a new group called the TouchDroid team is looking to bring Android to the...

18 by Andrew Cunningham on 8/22/2011

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