As a whole, the tablet market grew 68% suggesting that the category continues to have legs.
All told I’m slightly underwhelmed with what Samsung has done here. Then again, I don’t really blame them. This is the safe play.
You don’t have to wait until next month to get a glimpse of the refreshed HTC One phone, known as the “All New One.” Here’s a first look at the Android powerhouse.
Universal Store coming? One of the biggest challenges facing Microsoft is a deficit in quality apps. Unifying its myriad of platforms could help.
Google’s Chrome operating system makes the jump from laptops to desktops with the new Asus Chromebox. Starting at $179 it’s perfect for web browsing, checking email, social networking.
The wearable computing market is expected to be $1.5 billion in 2014. With its new $249 smartwatch, Palo Alto-based Pebble leapfrogs the competition.
Soundfreaq opted to install one large driver in the SFQ-07. That’s a smart choice. Sound is a notch or two better than what you might find on smaller units with two smaller speakers.
Mayer herself must have lent a hand on the design. Oscar de la Renta, reportedly her favorite designer, is one of several themes available as part of the new design.
Expect the new Google smartphone to sport Android 4.4, aka Kit Kat.
Analyst firm IDC says tablet shipments will top PC shipments in Q4 2013.