Archive for February, 2010

Intel Atom N470 gets early announcement

Intel Atom N470 gets early announcement

The existence of Intel's Atom N470 processor - a step up from the N450 powering the Toshiba NB305 we reviewed yesterday - hasn't exactly been a secret, but the company have seen fit to officially announce it today.  In a chipshot press release dated March 1st (looks like someone pulled the trigger a little early) the company describes the N470 as running at 1.83GHz with 512kb of L2 cache and support for DDR2-667 memory.

Nexus One arriving to Vodafone UK in April

Nexus One arriving to Vodafone UK in April

The Telegraph has reported that the Nexus One will be launching in the UK with Vodafone, on sale through Google.com/phone only, as the company had announced earlier.  The British news site hasn't named actual sources but says that those close to both companies have confirmed an April launch.

Continue Reading

Toshiba Mini NB305 Netbook Review

Toshiba Mini NB305 Netbook Review

Intel's Atom N270 processor - and the surrounding limitations on specifications - had a lot to answer for: over a year of cookie-cutter netbooks. With the advent of Pine Trail, Intel look to be loosening their grip on the segment a little, at least, but does the Atom N450 offer a genuine improvement over its well-worn predecessor? Toshiba sent over their latest netbook, the Mini NB305; check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

Continue Reading

Motorola Devour Review

Motorola Devour Review

The Motorola DEVOUR left us underwhelmed from the press shots piqued our interest when we played with its excellent metal casing at MWC 2010 last week, and prompted confusion when we saw how closely it would be priced to the Motorola DROID. With a review unit in hand, the argument becomes a whole lot more straightforward, but is that in Motorola's favor? Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

Continue Reading

Cheaper iPhones in June tips confident analyst

Cheaper iPhones in June tips confident analyst

With the iPad reveal out of the way, attention has turned back to Apple's fourth-gen iPhone and what surprises that might bring.  According to Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Hubert, Apple won't just address new features with their upcoming device but the total cost of ownership; Hubert reckons would-be Apple customers' primary concern is the iPhone's high initial purchase price, together with the cost of ongoing service.

Prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 Next