Microsoft is only just getting into the 10" tablet market with its Windows RT powered Surface tablet. Meanwhile, Google has hit back with an updated Nexus 7 and the Nexus 10. Join us as we pit the Nexus 10 against the Microsoft Surface and guide you through deciding which the right device is for you.
An anatomy of a Google downtime: how much do we rely on online services?
The unimaginable has happened. Google went offline shortly this November 6th. Actually, Google does experience limited outages one time or another, although given Google's reputation as a big technology company, this kind of thing is usually considered unthinkable by users. Can't access your Gmail for just five minutes, and you're probably pissed. What more if Google searches or other services don't work?
iPad mini vs Nexus 7: drop test time, tablet edition!
So here we are, trying to show you what can happen when the unthinkable occurs. We drop tested the iPad mini vs the Nexus 7, to see which one withstands a real-life accident better. Check out the results.
Supreme Court case may determine legality of re-selling apps and devices, and even alter the concept of ownership
Do we really own the devices that we buy? Or are we just licensees who cannot re-sell our phones, tablets and computers? The Supreme Court is hearing a case that might have wide-reaching implications on secondary markets and device users.
On why the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is the king of the phablet market
No matter how things evolve from now on, one thing is certain: the Google Nexus 4 raises the bar for Android smartphone manufacturers in a BIG way. It will be hard competing with Google’s Nexus 4 during this year’s holiday season, and I’m sure Q4 2012 financial reports coming from all smartphone manufacturers will prove me right. Check it out!
Microsoft launched Windows Phone 8 yesterday at an event in San Francisco. The tech giant is hoping its third time lucky in the smartphone market as it prepares to try and wrestle some market share from Android and iOS. There’s a decent line up of smartphones and a host of new features on offer. Let’s take a closer look at Windows Phone 8, size up the hardware and software, and check out the pricing and release dates.