Razer has stuck with its black and neon green motif for quite some time. The firm has finally deviated, offering Mercury White and Gunmetal Grey as new color options for some of its products.
Mercury was one of several devices that Nokia developed which never came to market amid Microsoft's acquisition of its devices business. Unlike the Surface mini, it didn't run Windows RT.
At Mobile World Congress 2017, BlackBerry has officially unveiled its 'KEYone' handset - which was developed under the code-name 'Mercury'. The device comes with a physical QWERTY keyboard as well.
This year's Mobile World Congress promises to be one of the best yet, with a variety of exciting new devices on the way from the likes of LG, BlackBerry, Nokia, Samsung, Huawei, and more.
After teasing its new BlackBerry-branded premium phone in January, TCL has confirmed that the new device - codenamed 'Mercury' - will be formally unveiled later this month, and Neowin will be there.
After months of leaks, TCL finally revealed its new BlackBerry-branded phone, which has a fixed QWERTY keyboard below the display - but it's not saying anything about specs, pricing or availability.
While BlackBerry is done with the building and manufacturing of hardware, it appears they have designed the most recent offering, which will be unveiled at CES and reportedly head to Verizon Wireless.
According to a new report, BlackBerry is possibly working on three new Android handsets with promising specifications. The upcoming devices are codenamed as Neon, Argon, and Mercury.
New renders allegedly showcasing a cancelled "Nokia/Microsoft Mercury" tablet device have leaked online. No details or specifications of the device are known as of yet.
According to market tracking firm Mercury Research, Advanced Micro Devices managed to boost its market share a bit in the third quarter of the year, not at Intel's loss but because the remaining suppliers of...
After a rocky start, Advanced Micro Devices rebounded in the second quarter to gain back 4 percent of the market share that it lost earlier this year, according to the latest report from Mercury Research....
Tropical Storm Alex caused the delay of NASA's MESSENGER Mercury satellite today. NASA has announced that they will try again at 2:16 a.m. EDT on Tuesday. By that time NASA expects the storm to...