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AMD Trinity APU internal benchmark slides surface

AMD's upcoming 'Trinity' APU is expected to swing into production as early as January 2012 and arrive in actual products somewhere around late Q1 and early Q2. Although details are rather thin regarding performance, the Turks over at DonanimHaber have…

Motorola Xoom 2 leaked in flyer, priced at 399.90

Motorola’s upcoming Xoom 2 tablet has leaked in a flyer from Carphone Warehouse. The ad suggests that we can expect the tablet to launch before Christmas at €399.90 ($546), in Ireland at least. The Xoom 2, or at least one version, will feature an 8.2-inch...

Leaked: Windows Server 8 build 7959

Windows Server 8 build 7959 has leaked. This appears to be the first build from Milestone 3 that the public has got its hands on, although it is said to be quite buggy, according to BetaArchive. As always, we must…

Leaked: Adobe Flash Player 10.2 for Motorola Xoom

Adobe already announced that Flash Player 10.2 coming to Android next week, in final form for Android 2.2 (codenamed Froyo) and Android 2.3 (codenamed Gingerbread) devices and in beta form for Android 3.0 (codenamed Honeycomb) tablets. Still, clearly someone near…

Leaked: 64GB iPhone 4 prototype

A prototype of a 64GB iPhone 4 from the Foxconn factory in China has leaked. The phone does not look like a fake, according to a video put together by the Hong Kong-based website MIC Gadget (embedded below).

Leaked: LG Optimus 3D video teaser

LG is planning to launch the LG Optimus 3D at this year's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona on Monday February 14, 2011. Much like the Nintendo 3DS, the device won't require special glasses for 3D viewing.

Leaked: Sony's first Xperia Play commercial

The first commercial for the PlayStation Phone, which we know is called the Xperia Play, has leaked. The device is due to appear this month at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, but that hasn't stopped details from surfacing bit…

Leaked: pictures of a Nokia MeeGo tablet prototype

This leak comes out of nowhere, but it's still a difficult one to argue with. Pictures posted on the Mobile-Review forums by user fear_samuraitor clearly show a device with a Nokia logo front and center, running MeeGo software.

Leaked: US government strategy to prevent leaks

Update: As pointed out by many of you on the comments below, the document we referred to in the original story as "leaked" was actually a non-classified document. The OMB memo was posted on the White House website to instruct…