HP has now announced the HP Slatebook X2, a 10.1-inch Android slate that works a lot like the Asus Transformer series – combining an Android tablet with a convertible laptop base.
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An interesting new video takes a look at some of the potential future uses for Google Glass. What do you hope to see Glass do in the not-too-distant future?
The latest gossip surrounding the X Phone has to do with an FCC filing for the Motorola XT1058, featuring AT&T bands and NFC technology.
For Q1 of 2013, Sony managed to ship 8.1 million Xperia units, with Sony reporting that many of these units were generated by the Xperia Z.
Friday has arrived once again, and that means another Best Apps of the Week roundup here at Mobile Magazine.
An internal document claims Nook is ending its involvement in creating Android-based tablets by 2014, with Microsoft looking to buy the brand.
A little bad news for those interested in the Ouya. The console’s retail launch has now been delayed to June 25th.
Like stock Android, wish you could pay a dollar to get it? The HTC First is now just $1, with two year contract from AT&T.
Want a powerful tablet without paying top dollar to get it? That’s where the Cube U35GT could come in.
Caesars Palace in Las Vegas has officially confirmed that Google Glass will not be permitted, at least for those that are gambling.
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.
Thanks to a recent Amazon listing, we now know alot more about the world’s first smaller-screen Windows tablet, the Acer Iconia W3-810.
Another Friday has arrived, ladies and gents! Time for our fourth edition of “Best Apps of the Week” here at Mobile Magazine. As usual, we take a look at five of the best apps that landed on iOS and Android earlier during the week. Let’s jump in, shall we? Best Apps of the Week – […]
Security researcher Dan Rosenberg has started working on a way to get past the bootloader lock on the Galaxy S4.
FitScales is designed to connect to your existing Wii Fit Balance Board, allowing you to use it as an Internet connected scale.
Windows 8 might not be selling like hot-cakes but Windows tablets have seen 700% growth compared to last year. What’s next for Microsoft and the Surface?
Loving the HTC One’s design but wishing for a smaller, cheaper alternative? Your wish could soon come true, according to a new rumor about the HTC M4.
Microsoft has started registering “XboxFusion.com” and other domains related to the Fusion name. Could that be the official name for the next Xbox?
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.
The latest rumor suggests that the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will arrive with a 5.99-inch display, an Octa processor and a massive 3GB of RAM.
Nintendo has now officially released its first major software update for its latest console, the Wii U.
Friday has arrived once again, and that means another “Best Apps of the Week” roundup here at Mobile Magazine.
Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson has now ordered T-Mobile to alter its advertising methods, calling them out as deceptive.
Google Glass is now arrived in the hands of developers and early adopters, with a wider commercial release expected in about a year.
According to LG Vice President Yoon Bu-hyun, flexible screens are coming our way by the year’s end.
It seems that the first Braille-enabled smartphone could arrive to retail by the year’s end, thanks to the hard work of Sumit Dagar and his collaborators.
We could soon be seeing a BB10 device that features a sliding keyboard and looks like it could be a new BB10 member of the Blackberry Torch series.
Using a voice-to-text service or digital assistant is safer than regular texting, right? Not according to research by the Texas Transportation Institute.
Apparently a new Acer tablet has leaked to the net. The Iconia W3-810 is an 8-inch Intel Atom tablet, and the first Windows slate with a small display.
When does Google see the product becoming a true consumer item? According to Eric Schmidt, about a year from now.
Looking for a great way to protect your iPhone 5 and show your love for Star Wars? You might want to check out these new limited edition Star Wars cases.
We’ve heard rumors more than once about the idea of Microsoft moving beyond the 10+-inch tablet form factor, but now Microsoft has confirmed it.
Friday has arrived once again! That means it is time to take a look back at some of the best new apps that arrived this week to iOS and Android devices.
Intel is allegedly preparing to help push new convertible notebooks running on upcoming Haswell processors with the power of Android.
Blackberry 10.1 has now arrived as a Beta for developers, bringing with it quite a few improvements.
Nokia might be interested in following the 5-inch smartphone trend with a new Windows Phone 8 Lumia device sometime later this year.
A market forecast report by ABI Research suggests that by the year’s end, 1.2 million smartwatches will have shipped.
According to the CEO of Xiaomi, the company’s goal is to ship 15 million handsets this year. The company is also interested in going global.
Your iPhone 5 just isn’t fancy enough for you? You follow in the footsteps of one Hong Kong business man that decided to bling up his iPhone with diamonds.