Category Archives: Gadgets

Asus launches keyboard, mouse and headset to capitalize on strong Gaming Customer Base

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Asus has come a long way since it was established in 1989. The company started out with just motherboards but have since expanded into various segments such as notebooks, tablets, smartphones and they will also soon enter the smartwatch market which we reported on. The company has become the fifth largest PC vendor (Lenovo, HP, Dell and Acer are ahead

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50 Shades of Grey – Our version


The official trailer of Fifty Shades Of Grey was released yesterday. It already has close to 6 million views and Universal Pictures is making the choice for most men when deciding where to take their Valentine as the movie will be released on February 13. While women around the world are reading the book over and over again and are

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LG Electronics doubles profits and finally makes money with smartphones again


A strong local currency, TV sales ahead of the World Cup in Brazil and a finally profitable smartphone business has helped the Korean Electronics giant to double profits for the quarter. The company is going to continue to increase the marketing spend in the mobile segment in order to grow market share but that is not supposed to impact the

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Nokia is the best selling smartphone! At least for the entry level market…

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During Microsoft’s Worldwide Partner Conference, CEO Kevin Turner announced that the Nokia Lumia 520 is currently the best selling Nokia smartphone. They have registered over 12 million users for the sub $100 device which  according to the company makes it the most sold smartphone in that segment. Photographs have already circulated of what is said to be the next generation,

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Intel – Revenue and Profit increases, positive Outlook

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The PC market declined by almost 10% in 2013, this year we are looking at a much better year with the PC market expected to drop just under 3%. (Read our earlier article how tablets will overtake PCs). Intel says the worst times are over for the PC industry and looking at their latest financials they announced on Tuesday it

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