In response to the possible fraudulent access prompted from their stores, retailer chain Target aims to make it up to consumers by offering a one-time 10% discount on all purchases Dec. 21-22.
Luxury handset manufacturer Gresso’s latest offering, the Radical R1, features an all-titanium chassis and is available for $1800.
Samsung to launch two Galaxy Tab Pro variants, along with a massive 12.2-inch Galaxy Note Pro in Q1 2014
Samsung is redoubling its efforts in the tablet segment next year, as latest rumors indicate that the South Korean manufacturer is about to launch a total of four tablets during Q1 2014.
Blackberry’s new CEO says he’s planned a three-year road to recovery for the struggling smartphone company.
iFixit’s teardown of Valve’s Steam Machine revealed that the total cost of the hardware in the machine to be $1300.
Samsung’s Tizen device will be Intel powered and will run Tizen 2.1
A demand supply gap might already be brewing up as Apple says demand for its new Mac Pro is “great.”
Still remember using your old Apple Desktop Bus mouse? Or maybe you have already tried to retrofit one? Well, Century had just taken this classic Apple mouse into our modern era with their new commercial product.
Microsoft “Project Siena” is a Windows 8.1 app that will let users create their own Windows apps, without the need for any programming know-how.
A couple of live photos of the Oppo R1 have leaked online, showing off the Chinese manufacturer’s upcoming mid-range handset from every possible angle.
An FCC listing and fresh report out of Korea seem to further clear the air on two of four unannounced Samsung tablets expected to land in Q1 2014: the Galaxy Tab 3 Lite and an unnamed 10.5-inch Super AMOLED unit.
2015 might see Apple not only diversifying its supply chain, but also adopting an advanced fabrication process for its mobile chips.
After endless speculation, Apple has finally confirmed the Mac Pro 2013 release date.
The long rumored and up until recently highly anticipated 5-inch version of the Nokia Lumia 1520, supposedly dubbed Lumia 929, has again been “delayed”, and now looks bound to hit the ground running in January.
Microsoft continues to grab attention from Xbox 360 and Xbox One owners trying to watch custom content directly through the game console, as the living room continues to go digital.
A recent Nielsen study reveals that Facebook is the top mobile app of 2013. Also on the list are other social networking apps like Twitter and Instagram. Google dominates the top 10 list, however, and is the number one U.S. web brand for the year.
LG’s first 4K monitor will feature an ultra-widescreen panel with a resolution of 4096 x 2160. A 34-inch and 29-inch monitor with an UltraWide resolution of 3440 x 1440 will also be launched at the same time, with all models being showcased at LG’s booth at the CES next month.
Asus is reportedly looking to throw its hat in the 8-inch Windows tablet ring, with a contender known at the moment only by an extremely cryptic model number: M80TA.
It wasn’t long ago that pundits and analysts predicted Windows Phone’s imminent demise, but it now looks like the platform may rise from the ashes and get unexpected support from up-and-coming Asian-based hardware manufacturers.
Samsung never sleeps, that much we’ve always known about the Android kings, and the first three months of 2014 shall prove it once again, as the Koreans are rumored to unveil four, count’em four new tablets.