For those of you who have a Transformer Prime, you may want to think about closing this article, because this will probably be tough to hear. Your “new” tablet is just about to be replaced by something even “newer”! According to a recent report by PC World, Asus is expected to ship the Asus Transformer [...]
Asus has unveiled a new series of thin and portable transforming tablets for its Transformer Book series. The new family of Transformer Book devices is called the Chi series and there are three units in the series to start. All three of the tablets are 2-in-1 devices that run the Windows operating system and use up to Intel Core M processors.
In case you were on the fence about grabbing one of Google's affordable Nexus tablets, you'd better jump off it pretty soon.The Nexus 7'sbeen pulled fromthe Google Store, as spotted byTalkAndroid, and it almost assuredly isn't coming back -- especially sincethe Nexus 9exists.
According to a new report from analytics firm IDC, 2014 will mark the first time since its launch that the iPad will see a year-over-year decline in sales. Apple's tablet offerings are expected to show a -12.7% growth figure for 2014.
We know that Windows 10's universal apps are coming to Xbox One, but there hasn't been much said about when or how this will happen, until now.The Vergereportsthat Microsoft will open up Xbox One app development in a big way over the coming months.
With the arrival of the iPad Air 2 last fall, many case manufacturers went back to the drawing board to produce new products that would accommodate the slightly thinner tablet. One of the favorite keyboard cases for those of us here at TUAW has always been the ClamCase Pro (US$169.00), and that case has recently been updated for the latest member of the iPad family.
Today’s the day! We’re here in San Francisco, ready to get inside the Yerba Buena Center on this blustery winter morning. What will we find in there? We’re not entirely certain, to be honest. The Apple Watch is all but a foregone conclusion, where Apple is expected to announce more details ahead of the April release timeframe CEO Tim Cook already hinted at.
Apple has unleashed its Apple Watch into the wild, and people are starting to notice. The Apple Watch was first spotted outside of Apple's Campus back in September . But it looks like Apple has released more testing units for employees to try out in the real world.
We get it. It's been a busy week. Luckily, we're here to catch you up on the release date of the Apple Watch, VR headsets in Hollywood and all the other cool stuff you may have accidentally glossed over during five days on the daily grind.'Tron'-like Glow headphones pulse to the music and your heartThese glowing earbuds hope to become much more than just a gimmick.
Samsung's mobile division is in trouble. Consumer interest in the company's newest smartphones is falling hard and fast, and with it, profits are declining precipitously. This past October, Samsung divulged that profits from their mobile division plummeted by 74% year over year. Company-wide, profits fell by 60%.
With the Nexus 6, one thing remains clear: a big smartphone screen has value. In just about every review you come across (ours included, of course), the same narrative carried itself; the screen was a bit large for day-to-day use, but everyone saw the value, and could likely get used to it. Smartphone screens are getting larger all over the place, and seem to be causing fits for tablet sales.
Despite what seems to be nothing but losses on the mobile front, Intel isn't ready to call it quits just yet, at least not formally. While some companies (HP and Sony come to mind) are divorcing their businesses in order to remain profitable in at least one area, Intel isn't about to let someone else take its mobile and tablet business elsewhere.
Just because it's holiday season doesn't mean that the mobile world is at a complete standstill. Though many indeed have set their eyes on CES 2015, which is just a few weeks away, some still managed to sneak in a few surprises before the year is over. And, of course, the rumor mill is starting to heat up with stuff to expect early next year.
As they tend to do, ASUS is coming on strong with a decent product at a more than affordable price tag with the ZenWatch. A new report suggests the newest Android Wear watch is coming, and soon. Starting November 9 (that’s two days away!), you can pick up the latest Android Wear smartwatch via Best Buy.
Happy Monday! Buckle up, because it's Apple news all the way down today. The highly anticipated Apple Watch goes on sale April 24th and depending on the model, prices start anywhere from $350 to $10,000. The Cupertino company also surprised us by revealing details on its new ultra thin MacBook with a retina display. Get all the details on these stories and more in today'sDaily Roundup.
This day definitely has a lot of gaming in it, with a bunch of announcement from the likes of Razer taking up our CES 2015 attention. Gaming accessory maker Mad Catz is definitely not going to be left behind. We go hands on with its new L.Y.N.X.
Apple is selling more debt. On Monday morning Apple disclosed in a filing with the SEC that it's preparing to sell $5 billion in new debt to cover "general corporate purposes." The debt is expected to cover stock repurchases and dividend payments, among other things.
The listening experience is rather tough to describe, and I know audiophile headphone reviews can be tricky to detail without actually trying the headphones on for yourself, but let me just say these analog headphones have a warmth that makes them sound truly one of a kind.In 1990, Sennheiser engineers set out to create the best headphones in the world.
But the picture is even bleaker if you look out four years.In 2018, IDC predicts that overall iPad sales will be only 70 million, barely ahead of 2014's predicted sales of 65 million.Worse, IDC thinks the overall tablet market will show a compound annual growth rate of only 5.4% between now and 2018.