The iPhone 5S and iPhone 6 will both feature displays with twice as many pixels as the iPhone 5 screen, according to reports.
Apple plans on making a change to the display found in the next generation iPhone that is rumored to be called the 5S, according to the Chinese site WeiPhone.com. The company will double the pixels found on the iPhone 5, giving the next-gen device 1.5 million.
The site also stated that it does not know how Apple plans to create this new screen. WeiPhone's sources say that the device will have a narrower screen frame and that the company will begin shipping this new iPhone in September. more >>
The release date for the Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini will fall somewhere around June 20.
The company scheduled an event in London where the device will be unveiled, according to a report from The Wall Street Journal. Other Galaxy and Windows ATIV products will also be introduced on that date.
The publication claims to have received this information from a person with knowledge of the matter. The event will take place at London's Earl's Court exhibition center. Samsung is sure to bring out many new exciting devices there. more >>
A possible Nexus 7 successor was recently spotted in a Bluetooth SIG filing running Android 4.3, JellyBean.
The filing was dated for May 27 and the documentation does not clarify if this is a Nexus 7 as it lists the device plainly as the 7-inch tablet. It has similar features in comparison to the original version and goes by the model number ME370T.
This is actually the same model number of the first Nexus 7 which hints at a possible successor being in the works. The device in the filing is also running software version number JWR11, which appears to be an Android build. This is not a software version that is available on other Nexus devices. This same build has been in various server logs, according to Android Authority. more >>
Microsoft revealed the specifications for the Xbox One during today's special unveiling event for the new console.
The company not only announced the hardware, but also confirmed the name of the system that was previously rumored to be called the Xbox 720 or Durango.
The console features 8GB of RAM, an 8-Core CPU, 500GB hard drive, a Blu-ray drive, HDMI in and out ports, USB 3.0, 802.11n wireless, and a built-in Kinect sensor. Microsoft described the Xbox One as an "all in one system" that is made for encompassing games, entertainment and television all into one device. more >>
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will run Android 4.3, JellyBean.
The device was recently spotted on an AnTuTu Benchmark chart, and based on the model number which is GT-N7200, it is believed to be the sequel to the Galaxy Note 2 that's model number is GT-N7100.
The Galaxy Note 3 actually scored lower than the Galaxy S4 in this Benchmark. The Galaxy Note line normally features overclocked chipsets in comparison to the Galaxy S line. The finished Galaxy Note 3 should be clocked about 1.6GHz in terms of processing power. more >>
Microsoft is scheduled to unveil the next generation Xbox 720 gaming console at 10 a.m. PT today.
This means that folks on the east coast will get a first look at the system around 1:00 p.m. ET. Several websites will be running a live blog of the event where they will constantly be updating fans with pictures and news on the console while it is being announced.
CNET's Live Blog will begin at start time and the site currently has a countdown posted there. Users can also sign up for an email notification on the site which will shoot them a reminder once the event is ready to start. more >>