Today is full of exciting news and rumors. Among them is a report on Samsung’s upcoming devices, NVIDIA’s new gaming product and Microsoft’s latest acquisition.
Rumors of multiple Samsung Galaxy S6 versions have been circulating the internet. Some say there will be two versions, while others suggest there will be up to 5. If Bloomberg’s internal sources are to be believed, the former would be the more likely alternative.
The latest report states there are two next-generation Galaxy S phones in the making – one with a flat display and one with two Edge sides. Both versions are said to come with a metallic build, also confirming Samsung’s intent to go back to the drawing board and improving the area where the have been lacking the past years. Yes, that would be build quality. Both phones are said to have a 5.1-inch displays.
Opinion: We were not very happy with what the Galaxy Note Edge has to offer, but that is mostly because the new display technology needs further support. While the same fate is likely to fall upon this new smartphone, this also means that Samsung is sticking to this new movement, which, in turn, could result in more popularity and developer support. I guess we will have to wait until MWC to hear all the details!
Mark your calendars for March 3rd, guys. NVIDIA has just sent out some press invites to what could be one of the most exciting gaming announcements of the year. NVIDIA states this new product has been in the making for 5 years, so it certainly can’t be something small.
We are not sure what we could be seeing come March 3rd. Rumors of an updated Shield Tablet have been circulating, but the invite shows no evidence of what the press event will be about. Well, other than a green-lit edge that could really be anything.
Opinion: What could this be all about? Let’s hope it gets our gaming gears going. Any guesses?
We have heard all about Microsoft’s acquisition of Sunrise calendar, but neither parties had confirmed anything until today. Well, it was more of a quick glimpse. The news came in the form of a video uploaded to Microsoft’s official YouTube page.
Sadly, the video has been made private and we can no longer enjoy it. It was out for a while, proving that this deal has gone through. We are not sure if that $100 million amount that was rumored to be on the table is accurate, though.
Opinion: I am still wondering what Microsoft is planning to do with this. Maybe re-brand it into some kind of OneCalendar app? What do you think?