Flagship Android smartphones seem to be getting bigger every year. As the line between smartphone and tablet vanishes altogether we’re left wondering how big is too big?
Windows 8 is widely panned, Surface tablets are selling slowly, and they’re losing footholds once considered intrinsic to their success. Much of their issues involve the success of Android, and having BlackBerry return to the fold won’t help, either. Microsoft has some major concerns, and time to remedy the issues is running short.
Who contributed the most to the progress of the Android world in 2012? Who made the biggest strides, who innovated the most? Join us to see our nominees.
The HTC One and HTC’s media event shows that the Taiwanese company may already be using some of Apple’s licensed mobile tech, not to mention keynote-related marketing strategy.
Isn’t it about time you stopped defaulting to Amazon for your online shopping? The retail giant may be efficient, but there are definite question marks when it comes to ethics and the quality of Amazon’s electronics.
HTC will be launching the HTC One tomorrow. We take a look at whether the company’s latest flagship device will be enough for HTC to have a comeback year in 2013, and why it HAS to be.
Android dominates the smartphone market but there’s only so much of the market left for it to capture. To keep Android relevant OEMs must look at new uses.
Does the smartwatch have a place on your wrist? Will it empty your pockets of that smartphone? We take a look at what could be.
The hype machine is fired up and excitement is building as we see Samsung’s latest Android flagship sailing into view on the horizon. With expectations soaring there’s a good chance the Galaxy S4 will bring everyone down to earth with a thump.
In some respects, Samsung may be bigger than Android, and is often a “go to” handset for many consumers. Samsung, however, is increasingly becoming less an ally of Android and more a potential foe.