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MediaTek dual-core processor MT6572 aims for new world market

MediaTek dual-core processor MT6572 aims for new world market

This week the hardware manufacturer MediaTek has shown the MT6572, a system-on-chip they suggest will be the first to bring both a dual-core CPU and "4-in-1" technology. What that means is that this particular dual-core processor will be working with integrated Wifi, FM radio, GPS, and Bluetooth, the final product aimed not at the top-tier smartphones as previous multi-core mobile processors have been, but at the entry segment of the market. This means that inexpensive smart devices - not just subsidized models - will have multi-core power for users everyday lives.

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Fuhu nabi Jr sub-$99 kids tablet brings back the Tegra 2

Fuhu nabi Jr sub-$99 kids tablet brings back the Tegra 2

This week the folks at Fuhu have released information about their next proposed hit for the kids market in tablets - a Tegra 2 dual-core processor-toting children's tablet made to replace the original. This machine has a 5-inch display, bumpers around all the sides and some connection squares on the back (see why in our full review of the Fuhu nabi 2 to see what they're all about). This machine takes out the greater specifications of the nabi 2 (including a Tegra 3) to drive down costs - and drive them they have!

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Apple announces all new 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro

Apple announces all new 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro

We had a feeling this was coming, but this afternoon Apple has just confirmed the all new 13-inch MacBook Pro complete with a 2650 x 1600 Retina Display. The 13-inch Pro is Apple's most popular MacBook Pro to date, and today it's getting completely improved. It's thinner, lighter, faster, and of course has that Retina Display.

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Galaxy Victory 4G LTE brings S III features to mid-range phone

Galaxy Victory 4G LTE brings S III features to mid-range phone

If you're looking to pick up a smartphone for your family member of choice that's got the sharing abilities of the newest family line of Samsung products but wont break your bank, the Galaxy Victory 4G LTE may be the item for you. Though we can't speak to its ability to actually connect to 4G LTE as it's not being carried by one of the two reliable networks we've worked with in the USA, $99.99 on a two-year contract might be a great deal for this Ice Cream Sandwich carrying 4-inch display toting Android smartphone appearing today.

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New iPod Touch confirmed with 4-inch Retina Display, dual-core A5 processor

New iPod Touch confirmed with 4-inch Retina Display, dual-core A5 processor

Apple had a few hardware surprises up their sleeves today and one of those is the all new iPod Touch. Yup, Apple just announced another iPod which you can call the 5th generation iPod, or the new iPod Touch. The new and improved model is receiving plenty of love the iPhone 5 did with the same 4-inch Retina Display and brushed aluminum design. More details after the break.

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Sony LT25 “Tsubasa” tipped for Snapdragon S4, 720p display

Sony LT25 “Tsubasa” tipped for Snapdragon S4, 720p display

It’s been a whole five months since Sony released its last flagship Android smartphone, so clearly it’s time for another. Benchmarks have emerged of the Sony LT25 “Tsubasa”, with soruces speaking to Xperia Blog indicating that it will be a smartphone heading to multiple carriers across the world. Both LTE and HSPA+ models of the phone will be offered, with specs said to include a 720p screen, a dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor, and LTE connectivity.

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Samsung GALAXY Beam Review

Samsung GALAXY Beam Review

If you're looking for just about the strangest smartphone to have been released thus far this year, you're looking right at it right here: the Samsung GALAXY Beam. This device is a relatively powerful smartphone on its own, but with it you get a built-in projector as well. You've got a 15 Lumen Texas Instruments DLP (Digital Light Processing) unit at the end of a smartphone that's essentially the top of the line minus one year from the smartphone evolution timeline - is such a combination worth the effort?

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