Posts tagged with: quad-core
  • by | April 30, 2013 7:00 AM

    Last week, I waxed poetic on why Windows Phone can't afford to not jump into the quad core fray. Most of the reasoning behind the opinion was based on marketing, pure and simple. Quad core is greater than dual core in the eye of the average consumer. So, in order to gain that priceless market share that we all know and love, it was reasoned that if you want to win hearts and minds, it will have to be done with four shiny cores resting snugly in the belly on the Lumia 980 Epic Superphone Plus. “Quad Core” is a marketing sign that writes itself. But when it comes down to brass tacks, ...

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  • by | April 23, 2013 7:00 AM

    Windows Phone has had one major thing going for it since it’s inception – fluidity. Even the lowest end Windows Phones have always seemed to be effortless in their transitions, form Home screen to apps, or browsing, or whatever else you have always done. It’s simply a well done operating system that rarely suffers form lag or “jankiness” unlike many Android phones can be susceptible to lag either due to coming on phones without enough chutzpah, or becoming spyware infected, or what have you. Windows Phone is rather like Apple in that way. Apple’s iPhones and iPads have long ...

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  • by | September 19, 2012 7:43 PM

    Yesterday we talked about Intel's 2GHz Medfield processor which is powering the RAZR i. It's got a few things going for it (x86, 2GHz, CISC, and made by Intel to name a few). Why is the quad-core Snapdragon S4 that much better than everything else out there, including the brand-new Intel Medfield? Let's take a look at the specs. Video All Snapdragon processors contain the guts necessary to decode high-definition video at 720p or 1080p (depending on the Snapdragon chipset). It's been stated that the S4 Pro is so powerful that it can play "a number" of 1080P HD videos at the same time ...

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  • by | June 15, 2012 10:56 AM

    UPDATED: Thanks to our readers I've been able to shake off a little of the alien brain-washing that caused me to get some parts of the article dead wrong! I've updated the article with more accurate information and have removed the inaccurate information. Have you ever gone to the supermarket and found several lanes open? It doesn't matter which lane you pick, your lane is the slowest. It's inevitable! What do you do when you see the lane next to you moving faster? You move to that lane! But then that one slows down, and you move to another, then another, and another. Soon you realize that ...

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  • by | May 15, 2012 2:53 AM

    LG announced the Optimus 4X HD, the South Korean manufacturer's first quad-core phone, just before this year's MWC allowing us to prepare for the personal hands-on encounter with the device while in Barcelona. As a quick reminder of its specs, the phone packs a 4.7-inch IPS display with a resolution of 1280 X 720, quad-core nVidia Tegra 3 SoC clocking at 1.5GHz, 1GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage, eight-megapixel main camera, 1.3-megapixel front-facer and Android 4.x Ice Cream Sandwich with a  2,150mAh battery. While we didn't know much about availability from the announcement -- and ...

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  • by | July 11, 2001 12:00 AM

    By Elad Yakobowicz, Senior News Editor Every Pocket PC site has something unique to offer the Pocket PC community, whether it be news, reviews, or software archives. Brighthand however was famous for it's forums. Due to a controversy, some behind the scenes and some out in the open at Brighthand, CEO of Brighthand Steve Bush shut down the discussion forums for a few days. Although there were many reasons concerning what has happened, Steve has provided a lengthy and detailed explanation here. The forums just went back up, and in order to gain access Steve asks that you please email him. ...

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