Wonder’s gaming phone will be like an Android-powered Nintendo Switch (that’s also a phone)

The Nintendo Switch is a new type of game console that’s designed to be used both as a gaming tablet and as a home console. Attach controllers to the sides of the tablet and you can use it anywhere. Detach the controllers and prop up the tablet on its kickstand and you can play without […]

OnePlus ditches the invite system for good

OnePlus got a lot of good press for its first smartphone by offering a handset with high-end specs at a mid-range price, along with a few features that were unique at the time — the OnePlus One was one of the first phones to ship with Cyanogen OS, for example. But there’s one thing that […]

OnePlus plans “outstanding” phones for 2014, could run CyanogenMod

Former Oppo executive Pete Lau has launched a new startup called OnePlus, with a goal of creating high quality, affordable phones and other devices. While new startups pop up all the time, Lau’s experience with Chinese device maker Oppo suggest that he knows what he’s doing — and one of the things he may be […]

Jolicloud looks to challenge Google Chrome OS’s speedy boot time

Jolicloud might not have Google’s marketing clout or the giant Google fanboy base which Chrome OS is going to, but they can still put up a good fight. If Tariq Krim and company stick to their guns and respond to the community, Jolicloud could very well garner some mainstream success in the netbook OS business. […]

Mini-Note first impressions

I’ve had my HP Mini-Note for a few hours now, and while I’m not ready to write up a complete an thorough review, I thought I’d share a few thoughts. I purchased the $549 model which has a 1.2GHz processor, 120GB hard drive, and runs OpenSUSE. The first time you boot up the computer, it […]