Samsung's $250 Chromebook rolled out in October and quickly climbed to the top of the charts on Amazon.
Tablet apps remain on track to generate a whopping $8.8 billion in revenue in 2013, compared to the $16.4 billion projected for smartphone apps.
An ancient Apple iPhone prototype from 2005 featured a massive 5x7-inch display, along with a number of connectivity options, including a USB port, ethernet jack and even a serial port.
Samsung's Galaxy Note 2 phablet measures in at 5.5 inches. However, the South Korean-based company is looking to go even bigger for the next iteration of the popular device.
Apple has single-handedly redefined both the mobile and PC markets over the past decade with a number of iconic devices, including the iPod, iPhone, iMac, iPad and MacBook Air.
Linux founder Linus Torvalds loves his new Google Chromebook Pixel, which he believes puts most other laptops to shame.
Microsoft's Surface Pro is a high-end Windows 8 tablet selling at a cool $999 price point, scaling up accordingly based on specs and accessories.
All eyes may be focused on Samsung's long-awaited Galaxy S IV smartphone, yet anticipation is also building for Apple's iPhone 5S and the next iteration of Cupertino's mobile operating system, iOS 7.
Anticipation is building for Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S IV smartphone, which is slated to make its long-awaited debut later this month.
Samsung's long-awaited Galaxy S4 smartphone is slated to be unveiled on March 14th.
Although Apple has yet to confirm the existence of a smart watch, Citigroup analyst Oliver Chen believe the device may represent a multi-billion dollar opportunity for Cupertino.
The annual volume of smartphone app downloads is pegged to reach an impressive 56 billion in 2013.
Sales of Microsoft's ARM-powered RT Surface tablet have certainly been less-than-stellar, at least thus far. Nevertheless, ARM CEO Warren East remains optimistic about the RISC-friendly version of the Microsoft's flagship operating system.
The tablet market is currently dominated by ARM RISC-based chips designed by industry heavyweights such as Qualcomm, Apple, Samsung and Nvidia.
Google co-founder Sergey Brin recently took to the TED stage to talk about Mountain View's Project Glass.
China-based chip manufacturer Allwinner recently launched a quad-core processor targeted at phablets, or 5-7 inch tablets with cellular connectivity options.
Amazon has rolled out its Cloud Player app for Apple's wildly popular iPad and iPad Mini.
A number of industry heavyweights have committed to supporting smartphones running Mozilla’s nascent Firefox OS platform. And now Sony has announced its intention to launch a FireFox OS device in 2014.
Intel says it is accelerating its mobile computing push with new Atom chips for Android smartphones and tablets, along with a multimode-multiband LTE platform due to ship in the first half of 2013.
Nvidia recently debuted its flagship Tegra 4 SoC, a processor based on ARM's powerful Cortex-A15 quad-core architecture.