We're preparing for the launch of Windows 8 with a list of hybrids and convertibles ready to share the spotlight with Microsoft's latest OS. These are the devices that truly show off the exciting future of personal computing.
On October 29, Google will hold its own launch event, conveniently placed around the same time Apple is said to be unveiling an iPad Mini and Microsoft will share details about the future of Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8. Google has traditionally let loose…
Like its Japanese counterpart, the HTC J Butterfly, the DLX is HTC's first extra large smartphone and is headed for Verizon. The DLX will ship with Android 4.1.1 and sports a quad-core processor with 2GB of RAM.
An update to the third-generation iPad with added Lightning connector is the latest rumor to come out of Apple's announcement next week. This is after whispers that the iPad would receive an upgrade to the A6 chip currently in the iPhone 5.
With Windows 8 right around the corner, we’ve put together a list of the tablets, good and bad, that will be launching with Microsoft’s latest operating system.
LG has released a collection of promo videos for its latest smartphone, featuring captivating visuals and performance art.
If the settlement deals are approved by courts, eligible Amazon customers will be receiving credit for overpriced e-books they purchased.
Consumers have logged many complaints about spotty screen illumination, lack of storage, and missing speech-to-text on the Paperwhite. Amazon has decided to address the naysayers directly.
After being live for less than an hour, Apple has removed a "controversial" iPhone game from the App Store that explores the ethical complications surrounding the mass production of electronics.
If the rumors are true, Android 4.2 will bring many welcome changes to the platform like improved battery life and optional UI skins.
Apple recently announced it would be dropping the free storage offered through iCloud from 20GB to 5GB. Can it still compare to the likes of SkyDrive and Dropbox?
A recent report says the two Android-loving companies responsible for the Nexus 7 are working on a $100 tablet.
HTC introduced a new incentive to buy one of its new smartphones, up to $300 in "trade up" value for customer's used but functional devices.
Apple Maps haven't taken over yet, seems like it's still sending traffic to Google's system.
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