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It's been nearly a year since we've posted about The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing and it doesn't seem like much has changed. This new footage still reminds us a little too much of that other devilish dungeon crawler. We'll get a better look on PC this spring and Xbox 360 "later this year."

April 8th 2013 at 6:30pm 0 Comments
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Today at the Qualcomm mobile benchmarking workshop in San Francisco, Jon Peddie of Jon Peddie Research suggested that using augmented reality (AR) to test the performance of mobile devices could be "the mother of all tests." By stressing all processors and sensors on modern smartphones and tablets...

July 24th 2012 at 12:50pm 0 Comments
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Qualcomm's not exactly a novice when it comes to sizing up phones -- it's already responsible for the graphics benchmark Neocore. Now, it also wants to show you just how much your mobile browser is lagging. The company just introduced Vellamo, a suite of 11 tests designed to gauge browser perform...

July 14th 2011 at 6:59pm 0 Comments
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The LG Star. The dual-core beast from the east that was once a mere twinkle in our eye has managed to find its way to the Engadget mansions, having been lent to us by a very generous (and very anonymous) tipster. It's clearly a test device, as evidenced by its diagnostics menus and lack of a locksc...

December 11th 2010 at 11:30am 0 Comments
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We can't get enough of Sony Ericsson's PlayStation Phone (also known as Zeus Z1), and we're guessing neither can you. We were just sent a new video of the device in action, only now it's running Qualcomm's Neocore benchmark app. As you can see, the device managed 24.4 frames per second on average....

December 9th 2010 at 2:43pm 0 Comments
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Just when you thought you'd seen it all with Nexus One, along comes an old friend with some higher resolution shots of the handset (hooray!) and a pretty impressive 3D benchmark test using Qualcomm's Neocore. Video's after the break --that Snapdragon chip outputs a mean framerate, no? Update: Also...

December 30th 2009 at 9:52pm 0 Comments