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 Samsung is at the forefront of these technology innovations. The Korean giant
Think $100 and lower. Microsoft has been slowly charting its budget hardware strategy. In fact, it has been a couple of years since the company announced enhanced focus on affordable smartphones. The idea is to offer enticing
More from the affordable front. As per expectations, Google has announced the advent of cheap Android phones, thanks to the Android One program. And rightly so, Microsoft have promised an equally engaging reply on the low end.
Windows 8 looks set to conquer the affordable notebook segment, with news that a number of companies are unleashing their solutions priced in the $199 to $249 range. Now you can add Lenovo to this mix, as
The wave continues. Microsoft made it a point to announce $99 Windows tablets, and $250 Windows laptops at the recently concluded WPC 2014 event. The idea is to take the fight to Google in the battle for
It is rather amusing that both HP and AMD have been left out of the mobile game. While Intel and others are making steady progress, both these companies leave much to be desired. However, on the PC
Microsoft is coming good on the promise of affordable Windows tablets. Since the company dropped the licensing fees for tablets with screen sizes under 9 inches, more and more models are popping up. We already have information
Redmond sure is on a roll. The magical figure of $99 for Windows powered tablets has now officially been confirmed by the company at the prestigious WPC 2014 event. Chief operating officer Kevin Turner revealed at the
Acer does a lot of things right, but one area where the hardware vendor is weak is the field of research and development. Even the company itself feels that there is room for improvement on this front.