By Humberto Saabedra on January 6, 2014
Asus announces the Padfone Mini a significantly downgraded version of the hybrid, powered by Intel for the US
By Christopher Price on November 9, 2013
Google has some major potential to force other manufacturers to update older Android devices. But, Motorola Mobility’s latest device update list leaves many questions as to if they’ll use this option.
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By Christopher Price on March 8, 2013
Also, what Nokia can do to buy their way out of the problem… and how Nokia cost our founding editor five figures along the way.
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By Christopher Price on January 8, 2013
Lenovo announces the most powerful phone yet at CES this year – but don’t expect a lot of hands-on use at the show.
By Humberto Saabedra on January 3, 2013
After a few days of speculation, Samsung officially confirms plans to release Tizen-powered smartphones later this year.
By Humberto Saabedra on September 18, 2012
By Humberto Saabedra on September 13, 2012
Intel kicks off its IDF developer conference by announcing its port of Android Jelly Bean for the x86 chip platform.
By Christopher Price on June 20, 2012
Put your computer back in its proper place, as the most powerful machine in your house, with a 240GB SSD RAID array, for under $200.
By Christopher Price on March 12, 2012
We preview the future of data connectivity, at least the future of iPad data connectivity. Apple’s Thunderbolt was off to a slow start. Will Seagate turn it around with a SATA adapter? We find out.