A few weeks ago we told you that the Galaxy S3, iPhone and iPad were this year’s most discussed tech topics, so we’re not really surprised to hear that these particular devices also happen to be the most discussed Christmas gifts.
iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple ecosystem used at home by Samsung’s chief strategy officer Young Sohn
It’s not every day that you’re going to hear a Samsung exec talking about how he uses an iPhone, iPad and Mac at home, and how he prefers Apple’s ecosystem’s to Samsung’s device centric policy. Let alone the company’s president and chief strategy office Young Sohn.
DotA 2 coming to iPad, Android tablets in the near future, Valve suggests
Warcraft 3 is a popular PC game that spawned a special multiplayer mod called Defense of the Ancients – in short DotA – that’s played between of up to 5 players each, with each side trying to conquer the enemy’s base.
T-Mobile iPhone 5/5S coming next year, what does it mean for Android?
Just a few days ago we told you that T-Mobile was likely to announce a partnership with Apple in the very near future – or better said the launch of the iPhone 5 with the fourth largest carrier in the country – and it looks like that has sort of happened.
Intel chips could soon power the iPad, suggests a new rumor
Last month we reported on a rumor that Apple was considering ditching Intel on the Mac, and would rely on their own ARM chips instead. Now yet another new rumor arrives, and it is the polar opposite. Instead of relying less on Intel, the new rumor suggests that the iPhone and iPad might soon run on chips built by Intel.
A new study, released by IBM, reveals that the iPhone, iPad topped the Black Friday online shopping sprees, but not when it comes to mobile devices users purchased, but devices used to snag Black Friday deals from when shopping online.
Whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, or any holiday, chances are that gift-giving will be a big part of the revelries. But apart from our own wish-lists, it's the kids' presents that usually take center-stage. These days, kids no longer root for model cars, train sets or bicycles. They seem to be wanting electronic gadgets more than anything else. A recent Nielsen survey gives us a peek into just what devices they want.