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Analyst Patrick Moorhead claims Microsoft's OEM partners are "enraged" that Microsoft used their inside knowledge of OEM designs to build their new Surface tablet.
The New York Times describes the "hardware missteps" that led to the new Microsoft Surface. Reinforces my idea that Microsoft should license their Surface technology.
According to a report from AllThingsD, Microsoft's Surface announcement wasn't a complete surprise for its partners. Steve Ballmer told AllThingsD that Microsoft had tipped off its partners ahead of time, although no time frame was mentioned, so that could have been pho...
Well, well, well. You have to give Microsoft credit for attempting to change the game on quite a few fronts. It's secret and mysterious press conference/product debut in Los Angeles has concluded and maybe it is a new beginning for the slow moving, marketing challenged,...
Here's a quick summary post on what Microsoft is announcing today. Those who had their bets on Microsoft announcing that it was going to get into the hardware game and create a branded tablet are winners.
Say what you will about prices, specs, features, etc... the biggest feature Apple makes available is the fact that with much of its new hardware it ships pretty much immediately.
Finally a convertible tablet that A) actually converts between slate and laptop modes and B) innovates over all the usual designs - the dual-screen ASUS Taichi.
ASUS has shown off Intel-based Windows 8 and ARM-based Windows RT convertibles.
Rugged tablets are on the march. DRS Technologies is deploying three new models, an update to the Windows 7-based X7, one with the same body running the Android OS, and a good old Windows 7 convertible.
When it comes to mission critical field work, rugged Tablet PCs capable of running Windows and connecting to mobile networks beat consumer tablets. MobileDemand announced that the rugged xTablet 7000 is Gobi 3000 certified, and capable of connecting to 3G network...
Today Lenovo officially unveiled the X1 Carbon, the world's lightest 14" notebook. Weighing in at three pounds and with a strong dose of creature comforts, the X1 Carbon is the kind of notebook companies that care about their employees should buy. The X1 Carbon is si...
HP introduced dozens of new products today including two notebooks built for road warriors. The HP EliteBook 2170p has a small footrprint thanks to an 11.6" display.
A source talking to Cult of Mac claims to have seen the rumored Apple HDTV complete with Siri and FaceTime.
Did you even know that LG Manufactured Windows Phones? When I was checking out the Twitter chatter this morning, I was amazed at the amount of people out there that didn't even realize LG even manufactured a Windows Phone device. I guess most people didn't give Window...
There are no shortage of iPhone 4S cases and covers, but there are a limited number of awesome iPhone 4S cases. Here are our favorite cases.
The LG Lucid delivers value and performance for first time and budget smartphone buyers in need of a 4G LTE Android phone.
The dongle that will fix the GPS issues on the ASUS Transformer Prime is leaked, uses the keyboard dock connector for better GPS.
As noted yesterday, Nokia Lumia 900 users were experiencing data issues in areas that they should have coverage. There were a couple of temporary fixes posted online to get around these issues.
The Intel Studybook tablet delivers an e-learning tool to students in over 35 countries with a 7-inch display, rugged frame and educational software.
If you've been waiting for one of the hot new Windows Phone offerings that have been in the works since CES 2012, your wait is over.
Every time a new device hits the pavement, there are sites out there that throw one in a blender, rip it open to show the world its innards, and all sorts of other attention-getting tests and processes.
Most of the controversies about the new iPad (HeatGate, Battery Life, etc...) seem to have become stale news now that days have passed and users are experiencing the device for themselves.
I almost expected the headline of this Consumer Reports piece to be, The New iPad is Hot, But Not Like You Think. But that would be too much irony for a Monday morning.
Now that we have a date and price for both of AT&T's hot new Windows Phones, the HTC Titan II and the Nokia Lumia 900, which one are you leaning towards? Both phones launch on April 8th and the Titan II will set you back $199.99 on contract, which is not a bad pr...
Retina, Retina, Retina. It seems like that's still the one of the big topics about Apple's new iPad. I'm already on record about how I feel about the Retina display.
Over the weekend, there was a bit of drama that took place at a Microsoft Store in Santa Clara. Sahas Katta from Scatter Tech headed down with his Samsung Galaxy Nexus to give the "Take the $1,000 Windows Phone Challenge" a go.
If you are waiting for the Nokia Lumia 900, there are tons of details and rumors popping up. 1st off, Adam posted yesterday that the rumored April 8th date still seems likely.
Yes, the new iPad runs warmer than the iPad 2. Anyone not know this yet? Well, as expected, Consumer Reports will fill you in if you've had your head in the sand since Friday. CR is out with a report that states what many have already said.
So, I took a trip to the Apple Store last night to talk about the yellowish tint I've been talking about on the new iPad's Retina display.
NetZero is offering free mobile broadband for a year. Is this deal as good as it looks or should you stick with one of the big 4 carriers?
I've been living with the new iPad since its arrival on Friday. Apple has done it again. But not necessarily in the way you might think I mean.
The biggest deal about the new iPad is the awesome, outrageous, amazing, beautiful, mesmerizing, pick your adjective, Retina display.
Two of my friends have faced off recently about Windows Phone with different views so I figured I would chime in as well. Matt Miller, James Kendrick, and I are all friends from the similar background online.
You knew it was coming and it appears it is already beginning. The big feature for the new iPad is the stunning/outrageous/amazing/awesome/astounding/pick your adjective from the early reviews high definition display.
Interesting. Apple is known for doing some interesting shuffling with its delivery carriers when it comes to a new product. We've seen all sorts of shenanigans in the past with packages sitting in warehouses just waiting for the official delivery date.