Toshiba and SanDisk shift to 15 nm manufacturing process for NAND memory

Both manufacturers will be offering memory modules that offer better data transmission rates from later this year.

Toshiba and SanDisk announced today that they are utilizing a 15 nm manufacturing process for NAND memory. Toshiba has mentioned that the new manufacturing process will be used in a…

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OnePlus One is official: FHD screen, 3 GB RAM and 64 GB storage for $349

OnePlus does not want consumers to settle, and with the One, is offering a device through which they don’t have to.

After months of aggressive marketing, OnePlus has finally revealed its first smartphone, the OnePlus One. One of the main features that OnePlus announced from the beginning…

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Leaked LG G3 screenshots show flatter UI, Google Now-like features

The latest bout of LG G3 leaks show that the company is adopting a flatter look for its interface and building in contextual features.

LG’s next flagship phone is still a few months away from becoming official, but details on the device have been leaking quite steadily over the last few …

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Motorola sold 6.5 million devices globally in Q1 2014, Moto X successor coming this quarter

Motorola is seeing a resurgence in sales that is set to continue as new devices are scheduled to launch later this quarter.

Motorola announced that it has sold 6.5 million devices in Q1 2014. The number may not mean much next to Samsung’s sales figures, but it does signify a turn in the f…

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Nest Thermostat is now available in the Play Store

The Nest Thermostat is available in the Play Store for $249.

Google has started selling Nest Thermostats in the Play Store.
The Nest Thermostat is an intelligent thermostat that works with existing HVAC systems in effectively managing temperature throughout the house. The thermostat features a…

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AMD says no to the budget tablet market

An Intel-like contra revenue strategy isn’t in the cards for AMD, but company brass are upbeat about the possibility of success in the high-end market.

An aggressive push into the low-end tablet market to win some business away from ARM, much as Intel is doing with its big China bet, is…

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Reddit’s technology subreddit ‘censorship’ crisis has a simple explanation

All of the “censored” topics have their own places for discussion.

Reddit has been in the news again after Daily Dot reported last week that its technology subreddit (the name for a topical subforum) had been auto-deleting posts that included keywords such as “NSA,” “net neutr…

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