An FCC filing revealed the new device that will use Bluetooth Low Energy as its power source, doesn’t have a screen and will be able to be paired with Samsung smartphones and tablets.
The device, which was originally codenamed Moneypenny, will be unveiled later on this year and is likely to include dual SIM capabilities as well as being one of the first to run Windows Phone 8.1.
Philips and the University of Surrey are making fast progress with the source-gated-transistor (or SGT), which offers the promise of flexible gadgets in the near future.
Another addition to the My Cloud range, the two-bay EX2 comes either diskless, or with 4TB, 6TB or 8TB worth of storage on board.
The new set top box can record two channels whilst the viewer is watching on demand content and gives owners access to the 70+ channels on the YouView service.
IDC’s figures on the market showed that the decreases won’t stop before 2018 and low-priced tablets as well as a tough economic climate are being blamed for the decline.
Roku’s magic little media streaming stick, which plugs into an HDMI port, is up for pre-order in the UK and will set you back £50.
It is reportedly laying off the staff from its Systems and Technology Group as it makes way for increased investment in new areas such as the cloud, analytics and cognitive computing.
You can grab one at Currys right now for the princely sum of £400, with the camera due to be available elsewhere in a fortnight.
Apple's multi-year reign at the top of the consumer tablet heap ended in 2013 as slates running Google's Android operating system outsold iOS-based iPads for the year, according to Gartner.
The Chrome OS notebook sequel will apparently be borrowing from the Galaxy Note 3, and using a fake leather-like texture.