Tag: processor

Can a phone save you from your phone?

Can a phone save you from your phone?

Smartphones are a huge time suck and tech companies are trying to come up with solutions. There are gadgets like the Palm phone, or time-tracking apps built by Apple and Google that promise to limit distractions. In this week’s Processor, Dieter explores whether these options can actually help you use your phone a little bit…

How to buy the right wireless charger

How to buy the right wireless charger

Buying a wireless charger for your phone can be surprisingly difficult. The spec itself is pretty simple: just drop your phone a charger and go, but when it comes to actually buying that charger, there are a ton of options out there. Some charge at different speeds, some have different form factors, and some don’t…

Qualcomm 855, 5G, IoT, Quick Charge, Connected Car & more… #CES19

Qualcomm 855, 5G, IoT, Quick Charge, Connected Car & more… #CES19

Namaskaar Dosto, yeh ek khaas video hai jaha maine aapse baat ki hai Qualcomm ke kuch unique products ke baare mein aur unke real life implementation ke baare mein, yaha pe baat ki hai 5G ki, Qualcomm 8Cx processor ki, Snapdragon 855 ki, Quick Charging ki, IoT ki, Qualcomm Connected Car ki aur saath mein…

Intel CES 2019 event in 9 minutes

Intel CES 2019 event in 9 minutes

Intel is at CES 2019, showing its rivals that it can stay relevant and produce processor circuits small enough to stay competitive. The company is making progress on developing its next-generation 10-nanometer processors, and today during its CES press conference, the chipmaker showed off the first completed designs for what the company is calling Lakefield.…

The most important Android phone

The most important Android phone

We’re ten years into the Android era and Google’s OS has over two billion users worldwide. But, how did it get so big? In part two of Processor’s Android history series, Dieter Bohn looks at the Motorola Droid and how Verizon’s massive ad campaign contributed to Android’s early success. Subscribe: http://goo.gl/G5RXGs Like The Verge on…

Intel’s future computers have two screens

Intel’s future computers have two screens

Intel doesn’t make computers, but that doesn’t mean the company doesn’t build prototypes of them. When Intel thinks of new ways their chips can be used, they build prototypes to prove it’s possible, then partner with device makers to turn it into a consumer product. A recent example is Lenovo’s new Yoga Book C930, which…

Palm Phone hands-on: an Android phone for your phone

Palm Phone hands-on: an Android phone for your phone

The Palm phone is basically a tiny phone…to go with your everyday phone. A San Francisco startup has bought the Palm name, but can they keep the ethos? This new Android phone they’re releasing exclusively to Verizon is meant to be your secondary device, a tiny little thing for the weekends. Our question – does…

Google Home Hub hands-on

Google Home Hub hands-on

Google has announced its Google Assistant-powered Home Hub. We spent some time with it, and it’s much smaller than you would expect from the 7-inch display size. It looks like nothing more than a tiny floating tablet on a cloth-covered stand. That display has something called Ambient EQ, which automatically adjusts to the light in…

Google Pixel 3 event in 12 minutes

Google Pixel 3 event in 12 minutes

Months of leaks were finally confirmed at the Pixel 3 event today in New York City where Google just unveiled its newest flagship Android phone and a few new devices, including the Pixel Slate and Google Home Hub. Unlike a typical Google event, the company announced its new lineup at the top of the hour…