Gionee wants to make the world’s thinnest smartphone, again

Gionee wants to make the world's thinnest smartphone, again

The race for the world’s thinnest smartphone title continues. China’s Gionee is already holding that crown with its 5.55mm-thin Elife S5.5 model, but that apparently is not enough. They want to give it another shot and slash another millimeter along the way. The company is teasing the device on Chinese social media and we’ve got…

BlackBerry Passport should come with Snapdragon 801 chip

BlackBerry Passport

I personally can’t wait to play with the BlackBerry Passport, but even before I touch it I can’t help but think that the Canadian company should’ve opted for Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 801 rather than Snapdragon 800 chip. The S801 is part of the same family of chips with slightly faster cores and improved GPU. With Snapdragon…

Ouya to expand to Asia with help of Xiaomi

Ouya to expand to Asia with help of Xiaomi

Ever since it moved from a device to platform maker, Ouya has been looking for partners which would implement the gaming platform into their devices. Mad Catz was one of the first companies to join the scheme with its M.O.J.O. console shipping with the OUYA set of services preloaded. That was just a start as…

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