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In a surprising news, Google has agreed to sell its newly-acquired phone company, Motorola, to Lenovo for just $3 billion. Google bought Motorola 2 years ago for $12.5 billion (story here).

Since Google bought Motorola last August 2011, it has released very few phones, including the highly-customizable Moto X and the really affordable

Starmobile has just announced its latest flagship slate that features an 8.9-inch WUXGA screen and powered by an Intel Atom chipset, the Engage 9i.

Engage 9i Info Sheet

Starmobile Engage 9i specs:
8.9-inch WUXGA (1920 x 1200) IPS display, 254ppi
2GHz Intel

 A fast-rising star in the telecommunications industry in the Philippines, CloudFone is a company that is recognized for introducing many great innovations in the technology market. Revolutionizing the technological scene, CloudFone takes pride in their innovative products such as the CloudFone Excite 450q, which was launched as the most affordable quad-core, the CloudFone Thrill 430x which holds up to three times more battery power than the average smartphone, the CloudFone Thrill 400qx that features unique interchangeable batteries and back covers to suit users’ diverse lifestyle, and the list goes on.

 Dell today announced its latest addition to the Precision line, the Dell Precision M3800 Workstation. Measuring just 18mm (approx. 0.70 in) at its thinnest point and weighing merely 14.5 pounds (1.88 kg), the Dell Precision M3800 Workstation is a perfect workhorse laptop for mobile professionals.

The Dell Precision M3800 has gorgeous design highlighted by its machined aluminum frame and strong carbon fiber base supplemented by its 15.6 “ Corning Gorilla NBT Glass


Possible specs of the Android-based Nokia X, aka Nokia Normandy, has been made available online. Showcasing a 4-inch screen, a dual core Snapdragon CPU, and a 5 megapixel camera.

We first reported about the Nokia Normandy, now known as the Nokia X, back in December. It is rumored to be Nokia’s upcoming entry-level offering running a new Android-based OS with support for Android APKs.

After a series of teasers and leaks, Fuji has finally announced the latest addition to their highly-regarded X-Series lineup – the Fujifilm X-T1.

The X-T1 is unlike any of the X-Series cameras we’ve seen in the past. Fuji went for a more robust, magnesium alloy frame with their latest brainchild instead of a compact mirrorless body that has recently become their bread and butter.

Fujifilm X-T1

Luckily, the Japanese firm decided to keep the analog dials that made their high-end mirrorless offerings such a huge hit among photographers. In addition to the Shutter Speed and