We All Could Do With A Samsung T5 External SSD

If you move large file around regularly, or like to carry them with you wherever you go, then the new Samsung T5 external SSD could…


Intel SSD 545s Review: The Best Budget Buy Around

Intel has roared back into action with its latest SSD launch, the 545s, which provides the consumer space with an affordable yet fast package, ticking…


This Is Why Joe Belfiore Has Been Using An Android Phone

Joe Belfiore of Microsoft is no stranger to controversies. It’s part and parcel of his job, as one of the leaders of the Windows Phone…

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Samsung Wants 128GB Storage In Budget Smartphones

Now this is the sort of a noble idea everyone can get behind! Advancements in flash storage means new type of chips are possible. And…

Lenovo Tablets Forecast

Lenovo Set To Overtake Samsung In Mobile Shipments

Things just keep on getting from bad to worse for Samsung. While LG is matching their every move in the consumer electronics segment, they are…

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Court Upholds The Microsoft Samsung Lawsuit

Entangled and entwined legal battles! Prepare for what now seems like another such lengthy process, as the Microsoft Samsung lawsuit has been upheld by a…

Week In Review

Week In Review (Nov 3 – Nov 7)

A steady week for Microsoft, save for one bombastic change of direction. The software titan unveiled the preview version of Office for Android tablets, while…

Samsung Windows Phone Deal

Samsung Believes Nokia Takeover Violated Deal With Microsoft

Samsung has been acting up recently, with the refusal from the South Korean technology giant to pay royalties to Microsoft. And some new information has…

Week In Review

Week In Review (Sep 22 – Sep 26)

Excruciating is a word you don’t often hear in the context of computing technology, but the wait for Windows 9 is now a bit racking….


Samsung Gives Up On Windows Laptops In Europe

So much for peace talks! Samsung is ending sales of Windows based laptops in Europe. Chromebooks too, but the remarkable thing here is just how…


Satya Asks Samsung To Replace Android With Windows

Microsoft and Samsung are currently involved in a bit of a legal tussle in court over a possible breach of contract relating to Redmond’s Android…


Microsoft And Samsung Plan To Settle Patent Dispute

Redmond, last month, made a decision to start legal action against the Korean company, but according to the latest reports, both Microsoft and Samsung are…


Samsung Likely To Fail In Its Goal Of Tablet Dominance

Been a while since we have heard something from Samsung. Part of it is because the Korean company is knee deep with the Android platform,…


Worldwide Tablet Market Up By 11% In Q2 2014, IDC

Now here is an interesting reveal. Research firm IDC has just ousted its tablet figures for the second quarter of the year, and they make…


Samsung’s New Tablet Design Looks Similar To ASUS Transformer Pad

Word around the block is that Samsung is now working on foldable tablet devices of some sorts, with planned launch dates of early 2015. And…


Microsoft mocks Samsung’s new Galaxy terminal at Heathrow airport

The creative geniuses over at Redmond are at it again. Microsoft’s marketing has improved noticeably these past few years, and the company’s sense of humor…


Microsoft be quick, for Samsung now has 71% of the smartwatch market

No matter which side of the fence you are on, there is no denying that wearables are the next frontier in technology. Smartwatches, in fact,…


Nokia Went With Windows Phone Due To Samsung’s Android Dominance

There was a time, not too long ago, that Samsung was a nonentity in the mobile world. Companies like Nokia and Motorola were ruling the…


Users Report Problems With Windows Phone 8.1 On Samsung ATIV SE

I don’t know about you guys, but it’s beyond time that Samsung should get serious about Windows Phone. Either that, or leave the party altogether….


Samsung ATIV SE Preorders Start, ATIV Core Also Rumored

It looks like Samsung is well and truly getting back into the Windows Phone game. Not that it left, but with the new wave of…