China’s Lenovo unveiled the lighter, quicker ThinkPad notebook computer inspired by the convenience of tablets and smart phones.
Microsoft is pulling out all the stops with Windows 8. For the tech giant, it’s not just another operating system, it’s a complete shift in direction.
Samsung has disabled local search in an update to the international version of its flagship Galaxy S3 smartphone, following a patent dispute with Apple.
Beyond the obvious Metro-fied UI which left me slightly petrified for like a few minutes, Microsoft Office 2013 grows on you.
China’s Pocketmate offers multi-SIM support for the iPhone through a Bluetooth-connected device.
Google might be looking at early competition for Glass from Olympus’ MEG4.0. Meanwhile, Apple gets its patent approved for a head-mounted display (HMD) device.
Google’s seven-inch Nexus 7 Android tablet targets the entry-level market, and will compete directly against the Amazon Kindle Fire and other sub-$200 devices.
Google shows off Android Jelly Bean at the Google I/O 2012. The latest version promises faster response time, better performance and more intuitive UI.
With a fresh round of financing, Xiaomi is now valued at $4 billion, and the company has promised to increase production to meet market demand.