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As Nvidia admits defeat on "mainstream" smartphones, company tries to redefine mobile
By Andrew Kameka on Thursday May 22, 2014

Nvidia was once poised to become a major player in the mobile device industry but it is no longer as popular with smartphone manufacturers. An interview with the CEO sheds light on how Nvidia will change its strategy.

Qualcomm announces 64-bit processor that will put your current phone to shame
By Andrew Kameka on Monday April 07, 2014

Unless you've updated your smartphone in the past year, the Qualcomm-powered devices released next year will be a massive upgrade on your current smartphone.

Alleged Nokia Lumia 920 jailbreak promises a lot for Windows Phone 8
By Andrew Kameka on Monday December 30, 2013

The Windows Phone 8 community has lacked the widespread options and support for unofficial tweaks and hacks seen on Android and iOS, but a developer has posted video of what they claim is a jailbreak that could lay the groundwork for offering that support.

Samsung says 4GB of RAM is coming to smartphones
By Andrew Kameka on Monday December 30, 2013

Samsung Electronics, the division of Samsung that focuses on building components for its mobile unit and many other manufacturers, has announced the new 8Gb mobile DRAM that will lead to faster and more efficient phones when they find their way into devices next year.

Qualcomm announces new Snapdragon 805 with even better graphic and 4K video capabilities
By Andrew Kameka on Wednesday November 20, 2013

Qualcomm, makers of the Snapdragon processor that is commonly found in smartphones and tablets, has announced a version of its processor that its capable of improving graphics capabilities and even enabling 4K Ultra HD video recording and playback.

Samsung says its 8-core processor will soon use all 8 cores at once
By Andrew Kameka on Tuesday September 10, 2013

Samsung's eight-core Exynos processor is in the very rare company of having more cores than other chipsets on the market, but it doesn't actually see an advantage to that structure because it never actually uses all eight cores at once. That will change soon.

Here's how Samsung plans to greatly increase storage in smartphones and other devices
By Andrew Kameka on Tuesday August 06, 2013

While mobile devices may be limited because of modern memory structures, Samsung has announced that it has begun producing a new flash memory system that will make devices capable of storing more data, faster, and more reliable.

Samsung starts production of 4x faster NAND flash memory
By Andrew Kameka on Thursday August 02, 2012

Samsung is on a mission to accelerate storage capabilities on mobile devices. The Korean manufacturer announced today that it has begun production of "ultra-fast" embedded memory that should greatly increase read and write speeds for smartphones and tablets.

Samsung's Ultra High Speed-1 microSD cards offer 80MB/s read rates to smartphones, tablets
By Dan Seifert on Thursday April 05, 2012

Samsung has announced a new line of microSD cards that purportedly provide record-breaking read and write speeds to smartphones and tablets. Targeted at devices with LTE capabilities, the new Ultra High Speed-1 cards support the high performance levels required by advanced LTE devices.