Articles By Erik Pineda
The iOS devices lined up by Apple this year could potentially predict the best form of communication in a given situation while giving persons with disability better options of controlling iPhones and iPads.
Tech experts have commenced their test drives on the Galaxy S4 and the general sentiment is – the Samsung flagship is fairly good but another Android handset, the HTC One, will surely give it some tough moments.
Under extreme ‘pressure tests’, Apple’s iPhone 5 is more likely to survive deliberate and unintended abuses over the new Samsung Galaxy S4.
Apple CEO Tim Cook may be coy about it but the tech giant is actually looking to wow global consumers with a large-screen iPhone 6, which is geared for a June 2014 release date, a new report said.
In the aftermath of its release date, expert reviews of the Galaxy S4 have been encouraging so far, further convincing many consumers that the new Samsung flagship is worth every penny.
Sony appears all set to compete in the increasingly lucrative phablet market via two upcoming Xperia handsets that pack the muscles to slug it out with Samsung’s Galaxy Note series on release date.
Google is teaming up with Samsung in cooking up its own iPad 5 killer menu – the 11-inch Nexus 11 that will take the place of the full-sized stock Android tablet Nexus 10.
No Android devices will get the Key Lime Pie first anytime this year as new reports suggested that 2013 is not the release date set by Google for the Android 5.0.
Those looking to get the best buy prospect out of the Samsung Galaxy S4 should head out to Amazon Wireless where the powerful device is on retail at the lowest possible price point.
Samsung pulled off a surprise this week when it unveiled the dual-core Galaxy Tab 3 7.0, replacing in the weeks ahead the mild hit Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 in the weeks ahead.