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Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 802 is a chipset that was announced right before the CES 2014 kicked off last month. However, the company now seems to have different thoughts on the future of the Snapdragon 802.

Benchmarks for Nvidia’s upcoming mobile chipset, the Tegra K1, have appeared on the internet and are impressing techies around the web. The Tegra k1 will be in the Thinkvision 28

After India’s Micromax, China’s Ramos is up for the task when it comes to dual-boot tablets, with the Ramos i10 Pro.

Hisense X1, the large screen smartphone we talked about two days back, just showed off its processing prowess to the world, scoring more than 33k AnTuTu points!

Google might be spending most of its energy on the Chromecast, but that doesn’t mean other companies aren’t willing to try and make the Google TV system work.

We might not have been able to take part at CES this year but we were there in spirit and reported on some amazing Chinese Android devices! Here are our top 10 Chinese picks from CES 2014.

Cheapest from the Intel-powered trio of smartphones introduced by Asus, the Zenfone 4 comes with a $99 price tag.

The Hisense X1 will soon go on sale in China with a large 6.8-inch 1080p screen and an impressive specs sheet to boast!

India’s Micromax has outed the Canvas LapTab, a tablet that marries Windows with Android. Micromax will be showcasing the Canvas LapTab — a tablet that switches …

Samsung patents that have long been the source of speculation and wonder for techies seem to be all but confirmed to be either the Samsung Galaxy S5 or the next Note device (or both).

ZTE are all set for the upcoming mega event, CES 2014, and here’s what the company plans to showcase!

The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Google and Audi are set to announce a partnership at the upcoming Consumer Electronic Show (CES) in Las …

Marching closer to the MWC and CES 2014, more devices are getting caught off-guard. Here are 5 Xperia phones on the AnTuTu Benchmark database!

ASUS seems to be getting a kick out of dropping cryptic hints about its upcoming Consumer Electronics Show (CES) showing.