It’s Magic 8-Ball time here, as analysts continue to round-out 2013 by making predictions about what we can expect over the next year. This time it’s analyst Canalys, which is forecasting that tablets will out-ship almost all other PC form… Read more ›
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Here comes wearable computing, and Android and the Googleverse have a huge head start. But will the Android devices lose the lead because they fail to target the women’s market? Google Glass hasnâ€™t shipped yet, but dominates mindshare. If you…
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Following on from the news thatÂ Samsung shipped 2.6x the number of smartphones that Apple did last quarter, new figures released by research firm IDC show that Samsung tablet shipments grew by 123% to 9.7 million tablets over the same period.…
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For years, home automation has been the exclusive province of the very rich or extremely technical. Companies you’ve probably never heard of, such as AMX, Control4, Crestron, Elan, HomeLogic, Colorado vNet, Vantage and Zenpanion have provided the platforms and many of the fundamental products, while integrators took care of the installation and service for many […]
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Everybody likes whining about Apple. The company doesnâ€™t innovate anymore, critics say. Their new phones are boring, the same old wine in a line of colorful new bottles. The â€œSâ€ releases are always just tweaks of yesterday’s iPhone, and are not fundamentally different. Android phones dominate global market share, and have caught up to […]
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If you asked any Apple fan what they thought of Windows 8, they’d probably laugh and say it was a total dud, the perfect example on why Microsoft is just too hopeless to survive in the post-PC age. And you know what, there’d be something to that argument. After all, when Windows 8 shipped, it […]
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Even as it stands, Thunderbolt is blisteringly fast, allowing up to 10 Gbps per lane, for a maximum throughput of 40 Gbps. Intel, though, has already upgraded Thunderbolt with the new Thunderbolt 2 spec, which not only doubles the possible transfer speed on a single lane to 20 Gbps (although not increasing total maximum throughout), […]
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If you believe recent scuttlebutt, one of the reasons Apple is looking to release a gold iPhone 5S later this year is because gold is a color that sells really well in China. Is that supposition even remotely true though? If it is, it should be quantifiable. Fortune’s Philip Elmer-DeWitt went looking for data to […]
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Over the weekend, President Obama weighed in on the famous Apple vs. Samsung patent disputes by vetoing an import ban proposed by the International Trade Commission that would have prevented Apple from bringing iOS devices older than the iPhone 4S and iPad 3 into the country. An avowed fan of Apple’s products, it was the [...]
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According to Apple, the Apple TV is “just a hobby.” According to a new report, though, it’s way more than a hobby: it’s the dominant force in video streaming. The data comes from a new report on the Consumer Video Devices Market, which finds that the Apple TV holds an astonishing 56% of the streaming [...]
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