Over the last few weeks, we've seen several new devices powered by Samsung's Exynos 4412 quad-core processor hit the market.
Hyundai recently debuted a quad-core Android tablet. Boasting a 10-inch screen, the T10 can be thought of as the big brother to the T7 we discussed back in January.
Chipmaker Intel is still struggling to market sleek and pricey Ultrabooks, which are facing more competition than ever from high-end tablets and hybrids. However, it could finally be about to make them a bit more appealing to cash strapped consumers who won't have their savings taxed by the Cypriot government.
When the Ouya game console first turned up on Kickstarter, many of us initially thought the device was only for playing Android games on the big-screen.
Google's highly versatile Android operating system currently dominates the lucrative mobile market in China, where 300 million are expected to use the OS by the end of 2013.
At first there were only a few Android PCs-on-a-stick powered by the impressive quad-core Rockchip RK3188 processor.
In what the Wall Street Journal dubbed a 'map war', Apple has bought a Silicon Valley startup called WifiSLAM which suggests the company wants a hand building indoor mapping for iPhone users.
It's no secret that HTC is in a world of trouble and its failure to stick to the HTC One launch schedule is making life for the Taiwanese phone maker even worse.
Are you a fan of genre comic books and graphic novels who happens to own an Android device? Well, Google Play has some good news for you, as over 400 comic books from Dark Horse were recently added to the Play bookstore.
Hyundai is bumping up the specs of its seven-inch T7S tablet.
While versatile, the Allwinner quad-core A31 processor certainly isn't new, as we've seen it power a number of various devices in recent months.
Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt has confirmed that Mountain View's mobile Android operating system and web-centric Chrome OS will remain two distinct entities, at least for now.
Chinese tablet maker Onda recently showcased a slick $240 Android tablet that featured an iPad-like retina display.
Google has officially rolled out an advanced note-taking platform dubbed "Keep" for mobile devices running Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) and above. Users can also sign in with their Google Account via a web browser.
There are at least several Android-powered set-top boxes on the market today, not counting the innumerable PCs-on-a-stick frequently covered on TG Daily.
Microsoft is having somewhat of a difficult time convincing the masses to abandon Android and Apple for its heavily marketed Surface RT tablet.
Microsoft’s Surface tablets are off to a rather unimpressive start, but Redmond now believes that it can woo more business users by selling its gear in bulk. The new service allows business users to place volume orders for Surface tablets. We are, however, not convinced it will help Microsoft’s cause.
The stalwart MK802 is an Android-powered PC-on-a-stick designed to plug directly into the back of a TV.
It almost seems like rumors of Apple's alleged iWatch came out of nowhere just a few months ago.
Salesforce has made some changes to its Chatter service.
The company has announced that it has integrated the activity stream service, launched in 2010, into its CRM software. This now means that customers will be able to access and edit records as well as take action on an account, all from a mobile device.