The newly launched Nokia Lumia 928 has received a lot of praise from consumers and media, and has even been called a contender to the title of best smartphone of the year. So let’s take a look at this bad boy, shall we?
With the Key Lime Pie update, Samsung netbooks, and 2-in-1 Android laptops/tablets rumored to be in the works, we ask whether Google could surpass Mircosoft in the laptop space.
Due to a major rise in smartphone theft, New York’s Attorney General has summoned several companies for a discussion about implementing a kill switch button into future devices.
According to research conducted by Kantar Worldpanel, Android took almost 52% of U.S. smartphone sales in a three month period ending in April 2013, followed closely by Apple.
The latest Windows Phone ad hopes to convince you to turn away from devices like the Samsung Galaxy S4, and instead turn to its budget Lumia 521. Yes, really.
Microsoft and Samsung are reportedly keen on rivaling Google Glass, but with possibly differing business models. Should Google be worried? Consumers might be the clear winners in the end. Read on to learn why.
The BrandZ list of the most valuable global brands of 2013 has been published and the three most valuable brands are technology companies. Apple, Google and IBM top the charts followed by the food giants McDonald’s and Coca-Cola.
Yesterday Microsoft announced its new multimedia console, the Xbox One. How does its presence affect devices like Google TV? Is a war brewing?
Ah… Microsoft, when will you ever learn? Here we go with another Scroogled video, this one allegedly ‘leaked’ to the net without Microsoft’s consent.
Microsoft says that it’s happy to bring ads to the Windows Phone YouTube app, if Google gives them