Whereas they once concentrated on devices for enterprise solutions, their recent focus on the consumer market has paid off. Expanding their horizon has as well, with their first US offering via Metro PCS appearing last year.
Report out of Italy suggest Acer has a new tablet coming, and it’s impressive
It’s hard to think Samsung would consider these commercially attractive, so this could be an enterprise device. We’d also like to think Samsung could come up with a sleeker device, especially for an all-in-one.
Even though this is the new mid-range, and essentially puts the device on par with a Galaxy S3, devices like the Sony Xperia Z will still hold the hardware upper-hand. Devices like that won’t provide the same experience, or price, but they will be able to handle heavier tasks. Tasks that not everyone needs, or wants, to tackle.
Chromebooks comprise about 25% of sub-$300 PC sales
These new plans position Sprint closer to “traditional” carrier pricing and plan structuring. Pay for your basic phone plan, then add-ons weigh you down. We’ll applaud Sprint for not going with the staggered data limits, as the image shows an “Unlimited” or “1GB” data plan, but this all seems needlessly complex.
Samsung and HTC may be supporting ZigBee home automation
This change is effective because Maps is seeing an update. With the new interface and features of Maps, Latitude just didn’t have a place. Instead, there will be social functionality, and users can check in on Google+ for Android.
Google updates Hangouts, allowing us to make phone calls