You just need a screwdriver, a new stick of RAM and 20 minutes to upgrade your HP Chromebox
Chromeboxes are a great inexpensive way to get another computer in the house, and with how often they go on sale you could get one for less than $150. Unfortunately if you go with the HP Chromebox you're getting a desktop machine with just 2GB of RAM, and depending on what your plans are for it that's...
New component could put 4GB of high-performance RAM in future devices
Smartphones and tablets with 2GB of RAM have become the norm over the past year, but 2014 looks set to push memory capacities to new heights, and Samsung has announced a new component that could herald the arrival of 4GB phones and tablets in the coming year.
The electronics giant has claimed the industry's first 8-gigabit...
Posted by Jerry Hildenbrand on 25 Sep 2011 5:13 pm
Recently, a wise man holding a new Samsung Galaxy S II made a great observation --
Why, in the name of all things holy, does the fastest, most powerful phone on the market have a widget warning me how many apps are open?
Many of you guys know me, and how I am (if you don't, imagine some godless mash-up of anal retentiveness and OCD), so you know this is something that just had to be addressed...
We tucked this into our review of the HTC Sensation 4G, but it's worth mentioning on its own. We've talked about how Sense 3.0 appears to be just a little bit faster on the EVO 3D, even though both phones have a dual-core processor running at 1.2GHz. Our bet (and it seems like most of you agree with us) is that the EVO 3D's faster because it has a few hundred extra megabytes of RAM inside. That...
So we've covered the hardware aspect of the HTC Dream now we're getting news of the specs that'll drive the device that'll power up Android (via Gizmodo). Here's what it looks like:
3.17" screen with 480x320 resolution
528 Mhz CPU
64 MB RAM
3.1 Megapixel Camera, no flash
3G, Quad-Band GSM
Overall, everything seems to be fairly solid. The only concern we have is the (little)...
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