According to a well-known and mostly reliable financial analyst, at least one of Apple’s as-good-as-confirmed “iPhablets” might have their commercial releases pushed back to next year on account of unforeseen production pickles.
Knowing full well it has the marketing fortitude and mass production vigor to blow every other wearable device out of the water, Apple is reportedly taking its time before wrapping up iWatch development, also eyeing a list price north of Samsung Galaxy Gear retail costs.
Notorious and somewhat controversial Russian tech journalist Eldar Murtazin is back in the spotlight after making some interesting claims regarding Galaxy S5’s ETA, now suggesting Google’s Nexus line has a very feeble future.
In a recent interview, an Ubisoft employee indicates that two Assassin's Creed games--one for next-gen and the other for current-gen--are both planned for a 2014 release.
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.
48 hours. That’s how long it took Amazon to make an unprecedented marketing move and address rumors of the world’s first Kindle smartphone for the first time.
After the colossal flop of the Optimus Pad back in 2011, LG made the radical decision to indefinitely pull the plug on Android tablets. Still, it always seemed like a matter of time until the Koreans were to make a comeback, with rumors of a new slate gaining traction the last month or so.
Apple and its manufacturing partners are hard at work at a new low cost iPhone and an iPhone 5, if rumors are to be believed.