Samsung’s Galaxy S3 has been as big a sales hit as they come, but we know very well things could have gone down even smoother for the 4.8-incher.
Samsung’s Galaxy S4 is official for quite some time now, but the pieces of the pricing and availability puzzles are falling into place rather slowly.
After a few attempts at cracking the tablet market that could only be described as quirky and eccentric, Sony seems ready to hit its first home run with the Xperia Tablet Z.
Only available on American and British soil until a couple of days ago, Google’s Chromebooks are now one step closer to becoming the global devices they deserve to be.
Does anyone remember the entry-level Galaxy Fame handheld Samsung introduced last month? To be frank, we kind of forgot about it too, what with all the GS4 hoopla currently going on.
Samsung has confirmed the Windows RT-powered ATIV Tab is not to be introduced in Germany and several other unnamed European countries.
Germany. The land of poets and thinkers, schnauzers and bratwursts, aspirin, Adolf Hitler and… Claudia Schiffer. And now the land where some of the most highly anticipated Android devices of the early 2013 have been priced.
Forced to live in the shadow of its almost identical twin, the Sony Xperia ZL is apparently looking to break out and enjoy its own 15 minutes of fame.
Phase one of Sony Xperia Z’s rollout seems to have gone according to plan, with French and Japanese tech users loving the heck out of the 5-incher. Naturally, it’s now time for phase two.
This is just too confusing. LG is readying the Optimus G Pro (two versions of it, in fact), the G2 is also said to be in the works, while Europeans are only now getting the first-gen Optimus G?