Wednesday, 22 Jul 2015
Dell's Rugged line expands with the introduction of the Latitude 12 Rugged Tablet, a 11.6 inch tablet that is meant to operate in the harshest conditions imaginable.
Google is taking down the Google+ Photos service, replacing it with Google Photos and Picasa Web albums.
Months ago, Google Glass was taken back to the drawing board. Now reports are emerging that the device might be returning soon.
Microsoft has posted a fourth quarter loss for its current fiscal year; however, it isn’t all doom and gloom for the Redmond company. Read on to find out.
ASUS has announced the launch of the ZenPad C 7.0 tablet today. The 7-inch dual 3G SIM Android tablet runs on Android 5.0 Lollipop and is the first device powered by Intel's 64-bit quad-core SoFIA processor.
London-based purveyor of ridiculously expensive gold-customized gadgets, Goldgenie, has added the HTC One M9 to its list of devices to "get the Midas Touch treatment."
Apple has had a blockbuster third quarter with revenue just shy of US$50 billion and profits in excess of US$10 billion, thanks to strong iPhone performance. The Apple Watch also contributed with sales in excess of US$1 billion.
Apple just revealed that there are more than 8,500 third-party apps available for the Apple Watch. Read on to find out which apps are the most used on the Apple Watch.
Tuesday, 21 Jul 2015
Analyst firm Canalys estimates that Apple is the world's top vendor for wearable devices in Q2 2015 with 4.2 million shipment of Apple Watches.
Qualcomm may be preparing to lay off up to several thousand employees to cut costs as competition in the chip business heats up. In addition, it will be conducting a strategic review of its business and its chip production business may be split from the patent licensing operations.