It's getting harder for tech companies to keep their unannounced products bottled up, and Google is no exception, with the company's latest Android-powered, Nexus-branded handset has just been outed ahead of its announcement on Monday.
Last week, Google announced its own Android event on October 29, which directly competes with the long-planned Microsoft launch of Windows Phone 8 on the same day. Now the search giant is finding out karma is a… well, you know.
It can be exhausting to read Apple-related rumors, especially when so many of them often make wild claims. One news outlet who tends to hold out for the real scoop is The Wall Street Journal, and they're now claiming an "iPad mini" is finally in production.
It seems we'll never again have any surprises from an iPhone release, thanks to incessant rumors about nearly every little detail finding its way to our eyes and ears months ahead of time. And now it's going to have a thinner screen, too.
Seems as if the internet is still buzzing about Microsoft's latest tablet strategy unveiled on Monday night with a pair of Surface-branded slates. The general consensus seems to be that Apple has nothing to fear with the iPad, which has thus far beaten back all contenders -- including LG, who actually just waved the white flag of surrender on its own Android-based tablet initiative. To find out more, keep reading for all the latest news on this Tuesday, June 19, 2012.
Some people are more fortunate than others -- for example, yesterday’s Mac OS X 10.7.3 update is causing grief for many who used Software Update to install it, while our 27-inch iMac was smooth sailing all the way with this method. If you’re one of those affected, read on for the fix -- and while you’re at it, stick around for a little bit and take in the rest of the day’s news for this fine Thursday, February 2, 2012.
In case you didn’t hear, Apple released new iMacs on Tuesday, which can only mean one thing: iFixIt Teardown! Or as the company puts it, they sharpened their suction cups (two of them, in fact) and dove in.
Mobile World Congress has officially kicked off in Barcelona, Spain and TechRadar, our sister site from across the pond, is there! Journey with us now as we give a quick rundown on the second day of MWC 2011.
Everyone is trying to compete with Apple, but can you blame them? Apple's manufacturing hand is like Midas' gold touch. But of course, competition is good, and now LG is trying to get into the game with a tablet that will supposedly beat the iPad.
LG's first tablet, the Optimus, will run Android OS, and its marketing will focus on the ability to create content, rather than display it. Chang Ma, vice president of marketing for LG's mobile devices, says "Our tablet will be better than the iPad."