Nintendo's Wii U has proven somewhat of a disappointment in terms of sales. Indeed, even a recent price cut by the gaming giant failed to generate strong sales.
Rumors have been circulating for quite some time now about an indigenously branded Facebook smartphone powered by Android and ready to take on Apple's wildly popular iOS.
Redmond has been offering its own tablets under a Microsoft Surface brand for several months now.
We already know quite a bit about Sony's recently announced PlayStation 4. However, official details about Microsoft's Xbox 720 (Next) are few and far between.
Reports and rumors about Microsoft's Xbox 720 (Next) console failing to support used video games have continued to circulate in recent weeks.
Apple supplier Au Optronics is reportedly working on designing display technology for Cupertino's next-gen iPad mini.
Rumors about the PlayStation 4 continue to swirl around the Internet ether and will do so until Sony officially unveils its next generation game console.
Word recently surfaced that LG Display has invested a whopping $650 million in a next-generation OLED manufacturing facility for large panels.
It's not uncommon for companies in the highly competive tech world to open their own branded brick-and-mortar retail stores.
Streaming is all very fine and good if you have the bandwidth to support it, but in many areas of the US broadband speeds are so slow that streaming content can be challenging at best - and impossible at worst.
Rumors and reports continue to circulate in the technology world, with many of them inevitably focusing on Apple.
The writing is on the wall, and it's clear from many analysts and sales statistics that the traditional PC market is declining.
Earlier this week, various rumors and reports claimed that Apple is currently testing a watch with a flexible screen.
Reports and rumors about Sony's next-generation PlayStation, typically known as the PlayStation 4 (PS4), have been flying for months now.
I am always somewhat suspicious of a new console that hits the market amidst talk of how hardware and raw horsepower isn't the true focus of the system.
We all know Microsoft's next-generation Xbox Next (720) will be debuting this year at E3 2013 in Los Angeles.
Odds are the tech world will be deluged with new Android tablets and smartphones when Mobile World Congress kicks off this February.
There's nothing in the world that enflames hard-core fans more than claims that their beloved next-generation console isn't as powerful as the competition.
Reports indicate that Intel is planning to debut a set-top box and streaming TV service at CES 2013 in Las Vegas this January.
Huawei showcases tricked-out phablet ahead of CES 2013.