Lenovo working on its own Glass-like device?

Lenovo working on its own Glass-like device?

Lenovo may be working on its own Google Glass-like device, or at least that’s what the company’s patent filing suggests. Titled “Electronic Device And Sound Capturing Method,” the filing with the USPTO shows a device that looks like the one Google is already selling, featuring an audio and video recorder, along with built-in displays. Now…

BlackBerry working on a dual-camera smartphone?

BlackBerry working on a dual-camera smartphone?

BlackBerry seems to like HTC’s idea to cram two cameras on a phone and may be working on something similar as we speak. Digging through the BlackBerry OS 10.3 files, CrackBerry has once again caught the traces of the still unannounced Porsche Design P’9983 or as it’s referred to in the OS, the BlackBerry Khan.…

Acer preparing a Tegra K1-powered Chromebook?

Acer Chromebook CB5

Acer is seemingly preparing to launch a unique Chromebook, one that would get its power from NVIDIA’s powerful Tegra K1 chip. While that SoC can “handle” the Unreal graphics, we’re not sure how well it’s suited for “regular” computing. Don’t get me wrong, I think NVIDIA has came up with a great product, I’m just…

NVIDIA Tegra K1-powered smartphones coming soon?

NVIDIA Tegra K1-powered smartphones coming soon?

When NVIDIA announced its powerful Tegra K1 chip, it said that the initial focus will be on tablets. The first such device has been unveiled recently, and it’s Google’s Project Tango reference tablet. In addition, we’ve also heard this chip is heading to Lenovo’s smart TV, and… that’s about it. Chances are we’ll see few…

Samsung looking to acquire voice tech giant Nuance?

Nuance Communications

Samsung may be looking to acquire Nuance Communications, which makes speech and voice recognition technology that is used across the board, with even Apple using it for its personal assistant app, Siri. Furthermore, Nuance’s technology is also used in many other devices that benefit from voice input, dedicated GPS units (PNDs) being one of them.…

LG G3 with Snapdragon 805 chip launching next month?

LG G3 with Snapdragon 805 chip launching next month?

The newly launched LG G3 may soon get an updated version, one that rocks Qualcomm’s faster Snapdragon 805 rather than Snapdragon 801 chip. According to the Korean media, such device could be out as early as this July, making LG the first handset maker with Qualcomm’s next-gen SoC, which is much faster than anything else…

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