Chinese manufacturer Xiaomi has been disrupting the smartphone market at home and generating an awful lot of buzz. But should you believe the hype? We take a look at some of the stumbling blocks in the way of international success.
On April 20th, 2015, we will say goodbye to Helpouts for the final time. For most people, it won’t matter much. Let’s take a look at what happened.
Tech superpowers like Samsung, LG, Sony and Motorola have been cranking out smartwatches faster than they can sell them. So why aren’t consumers biting? Here’s my take.
The tablet market experienced poor sales performance in Q4 of 2014, is it too early to claim that the tablet market is in trouble? What went wrong, what is going right?
Google designed Android to be a simple experience, but if you were new to the platform, you probably wouldn’t know that.
Looking to save some money on a decent smartphone? Buying used is a good way to do this, as long as you know what to check, what to avoid and some of the best places to shop.
Who can make Samsung products better than Samsung? Pantech apparently, for its excellent Vega Iron 2 flagship is everything that the Galaxy S5 isn’t. Huh?
There’s plenty of talk coming out of Cyanogen about taking Android from Google, but what is the company actually proposing? Can it possibly hope to make it without Google?
With rumors that Sony might focus on just one Xperia Z flagship a year, we have to wonder — is this the best aproach? What else should Sony focus on to improve sales in 2015?
Google’s Android Wear is not without its nice showcases (the G Watch R comes to mind), but for me it simply can’t match wits with a product like the Gear S.