Since Nokia has been bleeding money for a good couple of years now, losing precious ground in the mobile phone supremacy battle and thousands of employees in the process, you’d think Microsoft’s interest in acquiring them would be welcomed with the utmost enthusiasm.
A new leak suggests that ASUS could replace Samsung as Google’s hardware partner to manufacture the successor to the Nexus 10.
So you’re considering jumping ship from iOS, Android or BlackBerry to Windows or Windows Phone, are you? Microsoft is lending a hand courtesy of a pretty lucrative trade-in program launched about a week ago, but only if you’re looking to discard one of Apple’s iPads and get a Surface instead.
A report from DigiTimes hints at the possibility of Apple’s upcoming full-sized and mini iPads featuring a fingerprint sensor embedded into their home buttons, similar to the iPhone 5s.
It’s barely been two weeks since Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Note 3 and Note 10.1 2014 Edition at a pre-IFA Unpacked event, but I bet it feels like more. For instance, do you by any chance remember that, just two days prior to the press conference, a Galaxy Note 12.2 was said to chaperone the
The new Nexus 7 is currently one of the best and most affordable 7-inch tablets in the Android ecosystem, and now the LTE-enabled variant has been launched by Google in eight new markets.
And just like that, Asus’ Padfone family, viewed by many as a niche line unable to ever break into the mainstream, has reached the point where it officially consists of four, count’em four members.
Silvermont (Atom) and Haswell (Core) are great mobile-oriented microarchitectures, but will the OEMs make enough compelling designs in time for the holiday buying season?
With the iPhone 5s and 5c official, everyone is now looking forward to the next wave of iPads. Both the iPad 5 and iPad mini 2 have been seen in leaked images before, and now a couple of images comparing the two have hit the web.
Windows 8.1 fall tablet roadmap includes 10-incher from Dell, Surface Mini, updated Acer W3 and more
Following what can be kindly described as a middling first wave of Windows 8 and RT-based tablets, most tech-savvy folks probably expected Microsoft and its partners to dial it up a notch come the fall of 2013. Or at least be a little wary about their prospects in a very competitive world.
Despite Microsoft’s Windows 8.1 update being still over one month away from its official release, the tablets and hybrid devices running on the new OS have started trickling in.
Amazon’s upcoming second-generation Kindle Fire HD 7″ has been laid out in the open in leaked pictures, revealing a new design and a full HD display.
Though the Moto X has only been around for, what, a few weeks now and AT&T is the only carrier to offer it in a fully customizable outfit, it’s probably not too early to call it a flop. Okay, semi-flop. A sleeper hit at the very best.
Tablets (and smartphones) are notorious for offering limited storage out-of-the-box, but that might change soon if Seagate’s new 500GB hard drive, made specifically for tablets, catches on with OEMs.
Sonny Dickson has done it again. The notorious, controversial and very troublesome (for some) young blogger, who’s recently announced his retirement from the “business”, has posted two incredibly detailed hands-on galleries starring the Apple iPad 5 and iPad Mini 2 in the past 24 hours.
Lenovo kicked off IFA 2013 way ahead of schedule by introducing the world to a heap of new ThinkPad laptops on Tuesday, but you didn’t really think that was it for the OEM and the Berlin expo, did you?
Sony has decided to dip its toes in the Windows 8 tablet game, and has announced the Vaio Tap 11, a tablet that looks designed to steal customers away from Microsoft’s Surface Pro.
When it rains, it pours. It was only 24 hours ago that we spotted the second-gen Microsoft Surface RT tab (likely to be called simply Surface 2) doing its benchmarking rounds with a Tegra 4 CPU inside, and we already have some scoop on its imminent Windows 8.1-powered counterpart.
The not-so-best-selling Galaxy Note 10.1 has been given a major upgrade with a 2014 Edition, announced by Samsung at the IFA along with the Galaxy Note III and Galaxy Gear smartwatch.
Seeing as Microsoft’s first-gen Surface tabs have been colossal sales duds (especially the one running Win RT) and Nokia, which is close to becoming Redmond’s property, is prepping a far superior slate with FHD screen and Snapdragon 800 CPU, you’d think the wisest call at this point would be the halting of the Surface project.