Back at the Mobile World Congress 2014, HTC unveiled a couple of handsets, including the Desire 816 and Desire 610, targeted towards the mid-range market segment. If you thought the company was done with the launches, think again as the company unveiled yet another mid-range handset dubbed as the HTC Desire 310.
Just because Asus has been paying more attention of late to smartphones and phone/tablet hybrids, it doesn’t mean their once praised Transformer Pad line of tab-cum-laptops is completely forgotten.
Spritz is a new speed-reading technology that cuts the time it takes to read by 80%.
Like clockwork, Samsung’s biggest, baddest, proudest, most productive tablet ever has debuted at Verizon. The Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 joins the LG G Pad 8.3, bolstering Big Red’s increasingly generous 4G LTE-enabled device lineup.
Dell has finally joined the bandwagon and introduced its own Chromebook laptop offering. But the company’s first Chromebook now has a Windows-version and is targeted for schools: the Latitude 13 Education Series. The laptop is similar to the models under the Latitude series but making this a better choice is that it can withstand the students’ rough use day-to-day. Abuse from children is expected but this Dell laptop is built to last the kids’ carelessness.
This is probably going to sound a little hasty, but apparently Nokia plans to show off some new hardware less than two months after unveiling the Android-based X line. Specifically, on April 19.
Google may be leading the mobile browser wars, but if, for some reason, you don’t like Google Chrome, there are other decent alternatives available. Opera is one of the most decent alternatives available for Android devices, and is a pretty old one too. Recently, the folks at Opera updated their browser for Android, and introduced some decent set of features, including webRTC support, HTML5 Vibration API, improved search feature and more.
Here are today’s best deals on gadgets, gear and content, all handpicked from the around the web, including the best deal on Beats Solo HD cans we’ve seen.
The organizers of CE Week have announced that they have partnered with Klout to invite top social influencers to this year’s CE Week event and its Exhibits and Conference program. Klout will identify top technology influencers, and give them special access to CE Week activities. CE Week is scheduled for June 23-27 in New more »
Great news, Sprint customers, your carrier hasn’t only been expeditious with Android 4.4 KitKat updates for the Galaxy S4/Note 3 duo, but it also plans to give the royal treatment to multiple other Samsung devices in the near future.
The good folks at Dunder Mifflin would have enjoyed this news: Staples intends to close 225 stores — about 12 percent of its total number. Can 3D printing save the chain?
It seems the negative perception of the Glasshole continues to have consequences. Recently, a tech writer named Sarah Slocum was in the news claiming she was “assaulted” for wearing Google Glass to a San Francisco bar. And I guess that was enough for one bar to try to cut the conflict at the source: Google Glass.