Smartphone users continue to clamor for larger screens, faster performance and more storage. Device makers are obliging popular demand by stepping up to the plate and offering what appears to be ever-increasing screen sizes along with improved specs.
The wildly popular photo-sharing application Instagram is used by millions of people around the world. Nevertheless, the social media phenomenon is often dismissed as a trivial pastime.
In the crowded world of Android tablets, Archos is probably one of the better-known brand names.
A developer by the name of "threewater" has posted a video showcasing a device powered by the ARM-based AllWinner A10 booting Linux in just 1.2 seconds.
Asus has debuted a new Windows 8 notebook priced at $300. Dubbed the 1015E, the device features a 1.1 GHz Intel Celeron 847 dual core processor, 2GB of RAM, a 320GB hard drive and a 10.1 inc, 1366 x 768 pixel display.
Taiwan-based Inhon has debuted what it claims is the world's thinnest and lightest laptop, weighing in at 870g (1.9 pounds) and 10.7mm.
Chinese gadget maker Pipo has debuted a 9.4-inch tablet dubbed the M8pro. The device features a 9.4-inch screen set at a resolution of 1280 x 800.
Archos - a company which has thus far focused on Android tablets - has debuted a lineup of Google certified smartphones.
Microsoft is apparently taking its rumored smart watch quite seriously, as former members of Redmond's flagship Xbox and Kinect team are reportedly working on the device.
There are literally thousands of video games for Android-powered tablets and smartphones. The problem?
Google's web-centric Chrome operating system debuted on July 7, 2009, with the very first Intel-based Chromebooks shipping on June 15, 2011.
The Tronsmart T428 - a quad-core Jelly Bean PC-on-a-stick - is ready to ship.
Smart watches have been around in one form or another for the last decade.
An XDA Forum member has launched a slick app that allows users to wirelessly control their PCs via either a phone or tablet, effectively transforming Android mobile devices into a keyboard/mouse/joystick/keypad all-in-one combo.
The mobile industry is currently dominated by ARM's RISC-based architecture. As veteran industry analyst Jon Peddie notes, the price/power/performance efficiency of the RISC-based heterogeneous SoCs and their multi I/O is satisfying a great many needs for hundreds of millions of people worldwide.
CEO Jen-Hsun Huang took to the stage this week on Nvidia's Annual Investor Day to showcase Logan, aka as the Tegra 5 SoC.
Approximately 150 million tablets (up 38% year-over-year) are forecasted to ship globally in 2013. Thus far, Apple has reigned since the introduction of its iPad in 2010, though Samsung and others continue to erode its early success.
We've seen quite a few tablets powered by Rockchip's RK3188 quad-core processor turn up in recent weeks.
Samsung has officially unveiled its big-screen Galaxy Mega 5.8 and Galaxy Mega 6.3 smartphones.
Sales of Microsoft's Surface tablets - both Windows RT and 8 - have been considerably less-than-stellar. Nevertheless, Redmond is said to be designing a new lineup of devices, including a 7-inch tablet which could kick off mass production in late 2013.