Updated Snapdragon 810 Headed To Samsung Galaxy S6

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The new Samsung Galaxy S6 is expected to be announced at Mobile World Congress in early March, the handset is expected to hit the stores around the end of March or at the start of April.

We previously heard that Samsung had dropped the Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor from the handset, and that they would launch the device with just their Exynos 7420 processor, which would be a major blow for Qualcomm.

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HP Pavilion Mini Desktop Systems Launches From $320

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Anyone who has been waiting for the new HP Pavilion Mini desktop mini PC to be launched may be surprised to know that the new palm sized minicomputer is now available to purchase with prices starting from $320.

A HP Pavilion Mini system powered by a Core i3 Haswell processor is now available to purchase for $450 and HP has also equipped another version with a Pentium 3558U processor together with a 500GB hard drive that will also be available very soon for $320.

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Samsung Galaxy Note Edge Up For Pre-order In Canada

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The new Samsung Galaxy Note Edge is now available to pre-order in Canada, the handset will be available with two carriers, Rogers and Bell through retailer Best Buy.

The Galaxy Note Edge is equipped with a 5.6 inch curved display with a Quad HD resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels, processing comes in the form of a quad core Snapdragon 805 processor and it also has an Adreno 420 GPU and 3GB of RAM.

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Intel NUC Mini PC Equipped With Core i7 Broadwell Unveiled

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Intel has this week updated their website to reveal more details about the new Intel NUC mini PC in the form of the Intel NUC5i7RYH that will be launching sometime during the coming months of 2015.

Intel has equipped the new mini PC with a 5th-generation Intel Core i7 Broadwell processor that is thought to take the form of a Core i7-5557U processor supported by Intel Iris 6100 graphics, although this has not been officially confirmed by Intel at the present time.

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Xiaomi Mi3 Goes On Sale In India For One Day

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Xiaomi has announced that they will be making their Xiaomi Mi3 smartphone available in India for one day only, the handset will be available to buy today in India.

The company made the handset available in India previously, but the device quickly sold out each time the company made it available.

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Snapchat may be introducing original content soon

snapchat newsSnapchat has been very busy lately. In case you don’t know, Snapchat is an app that allows users to send pictures and videos to each other. These pictures and videos disappear automatically after a few seconds. Now it looks like the company may be branching out to publishing original content.

According to reports, Snapchat is going to produce original content like videos and articles in-house. It is said that the company has hired several journalists and video producers over the last few months.
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Walmart launches $25 Vudu Spark Streaming Stick

vudu sparkThere are several good streaming sticks available and they all serve the same purpose more or less. You can get the Amazon Fire TV Stick, Google Chromecast, Roku Streaming Stick and others. We recently heard rumors that Walmart would introduce one of its own and as it turns out, now it has. Walmart is now selling the Vudu Spark streaming stick which aims to undercut its rivals on price. It is just $25.

If you know the others, you know what to expect. It’s like all of the rest. The Vudu Spark hooks up to an HDMI port and is powered through USB. You control it through a separate remote control. There’s support for 802.11 b/g/n 2.4GHz Wi-Fi and the Vudu Spark and provide full 1080p output with 7.1 surround sound.
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Samsung Will Reportedly Handle Majority of Chipset Production for the Next iPhone

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It’s been a few months since iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus went on sale, and reports are already showing up about the next iPhone. We’ve already seen rumors that the upcoming iPhone will feature dual-lens camera, as well as 2GB of RAM, and now we have some more information to share.

According to a new report from Maeil Business Newspaper reported, citing unidentified sources from the semiconductor industry, Samsung will handle a majority of chipset production for the upcoming iPhone.

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