We all know that Sony has always been a little slow when its’ about releasing updates regarding their VAIO products. Sony’s VAIO was once a popular brand amongst users but the laptops built by them were too delicate to handle and too exorbitantly priced. As a result, Sony was forced to sell its VAIO business […]
With the total shipment of 66.1 million units in the second quarter of 2015, the worldwide PC market has been witnessing fresh challenges in the wake of the new session. The data presented by International Data Corporation (IDC) in its Worldwide Quarterly PC Tracker reflected some serious concerns. While the release of Window 10 is […]
Microsoft has finally announced the official arrival of Windows 10 and the day is July 29th, 2015! Right from the day of release, Windows 10 will be awarded as a ‘free upgrade’ option to the Windows 7 and 8.1 users – and as said, the free upgrade will be accessible for the duration of a […]
The sales figures have come in for the third quarter of this year, encompassing the period of June to September, and it appears that Nokia has sold “at least” eight million Lumia smartphones during those three months.
For a limited time, Newegg is offering Norton 360 2013 3 PC Edition for free with a $55 mail-in rebate. The offer includes a free 8GB flash drive!
A Nokia tablet has long-been rumored, but now the site Microsoft News claims to have the specs for such a device. Apparently the tablet will feature a 10.1-inch 1080p display, Windows RT 8.1, a 2.15GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 CPU and 32GB internal storage.
Acer’s Q2 results are in! Acer posted a second quarter loss of a staggering $11.4 million, versus Q2 last year where they posted a profit of $56 million. What’s their course of action? Pushing away from Windows as much as possible.
A new patent has been filed by Microsoft for a laptop computer that would not only have a transparent display, but it would be able to project holograms in three dimensions for the user.
Nokia delivers beautiful if not slightly hefty handsets that also manage to pack quite a bit of punch, and people are taking notice. Unfortunately for Nokia, taking notice doesn’t necessarily mean buying up the devices in mass. While many folks, myself included, are interested in what Nokia has to offer, one thing gets in the way: Windows Phone 8’s lack of apps.
Not to be outdone, it looks like Microsoft is working on a smartwatch of its own and it just so happens to come with some extra tricks up its sleeve.
Microsoft’s next-generation Surface RT might arrive with Qualcomm chips and LTE support. The company is reportedly testing Surface devices with the Snapdragon 800 processor.
This week we are trying things a bit different, giving you a look at some of the best apps released during the week for Android, iOS, Blackberry and WP.
Wondering how new features in iOS 7 compare to Android and other mobile OSes? We have a chart that helps you get a better idea of the differences.
Newly leaked images are showing a handset which is said to be the rumored Nokia 41-megapixel “EOS” Windows Phone. But it could be an upcoming 20MP phone from the company.
That being said, third place isn’t being much of a contest either as Microsoft’s Windows Phone platform actually continues to grow.
A new rumor suggests that HTC is planning to release two tablets running Windows RT Blue in October.
Microsoft has now officially confirmed that they will be releasing a preview version of Windows Blue just in time for its Build conference this June.
Microsoft’s latest commercial takes a humorous look at the Samsung-Apple war and weighs in with its own comment about switching to Windows Phone instead.
Are Amazon working on their very own Android smartphone? Hiring an ex-Windows Phone exec who claims he is working on “something secret” suggests yes.
Even though the iPhone continues to be the talk of the town, iOS actually lost 3.5% market share in the United States compared to the same period last year. By contrast, Android gained nearly 6% market share compared to last year.
For those of you running Microsoft’s newest version of Windows OS, Windows 8, listen up because this will surely interest you.
A recent job posting at Microsoft hints at a major Windows Phone updated for the holidays this year. Could this be Windows Phone Blue?
Looking for a third-party YouTube player for Windows 8? YouTube Player Deluxe could fit the bill, if you happen to have $999.99 to spare.
Two new job postings seem to unofficially confirm that Windows Blue is not only real, but coming for both Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8.
According to reports, Windows Blue is a code name for multiple coordinated updates that span not only Windows 8, but nearly all of Microsoft’s products.
Currently there is a Windows Store for Windows 8/RT apps and the Windows Phone Store for WP8, but the two stores may soon be coming together it seems.
Adding to the growing list of what is possible with an Android device, WINE could soon be making its way over to Google’s mobile OS.
Looking for a decent smartphone out of contract, but not willing or able to pay more than $300? While we’d love to recommend the Android-based LG Nexus 4, right now the flagship Android device is nearly impossible to find. Still, we do have a bit of an unconventional alternative. Instead of going the mainstream Android […]
Nokia first showed off the 808 PureView in February 2012 at Mobile World Congress, with the main feature of the device being its 41 megapixel camera. In addition, the 808 PureView featured Nokia’s Sybmian as its operating system, an odd choice considering Nokia’s close partnership with Microsoft these days.
Although the Microsoft Surface RT hasn’t been a runaway success, it certainly managed to make a pretty big media splashdown when it first arrived. Although some consumers like the idea of the Surface, others need something that can do even more.
While the Nokia Lumia 920 is still king of the Nokia Windows Phone 8 world, the Nokia Lumia 820 is certainly a solid choice if you are looking for a mid-range device. One of the features that sets the Nokia apart from other handsets in their class is their swappable plastic shell. Most phones only allow you to customize the look of your phone with different cases, but Nokia allows you to replace the entire shell giving you a truly “unique” look.
According to an article in the Korea Times, it appears LG may be attempting another run at Windows Phone, this time with Windows Phone 8. Besides an effort to renew interest in Windows Phone, LG also has a goal of selling 75 million headsets in 2013 between all of its Android (and soon perhaps WP) devices.
More specifically, the survey reveals “an explosive wave of momentum [that] is catapulting Samsung to an all-time high” in North America.
It seems that Microsoft’s Windows RT has got a jailbreak/unlocking solution of its own. The new jailbreak method makes it possible to run unsigned desktop apps on devices like the Microsoft Surface RT.
When the HTC HD2 originally hit the market it was just an ordinary Windows Mobile 6.5 handset, nothing special or worth gawking at. Now, years later? The HD2 has continued to dodge the Grim Reaper by continuing to live on as a hackable device that allows would-be modders to push modern software onto the device.
A new leak/rumor claims that the Metro/Start UI will now be more customizable and the interface will have a more flat design.
We previously reported that a Nokia Windows RT tablet is on its way, with an unveiling expected at MWC in 2013. Now it seems that we have a bit more information about what the Nokia tablet will have for features.
A new rumor suggests that HTC might be working on new Windows RT tablets for release in 2013.