Microsoft has made some amazing Surface products, but there's nothing in its history, or what we know so far, that leads me to be confident that the Surface Duo will be a good product. It's incredibly ambitious, but it's being set up to fail.
At an event today, Qualcomm and many of its partners made big announcements of technology and products that will be bringing Wi-Fi 6, the next generation of Wi-Fi, to a broader market much faster than you may have expected.
OnePlus is apparently finding success releasing limited-edition colors of its phones The latest is the "Lava Red" OnePlus 5T, which fans will note was announced for a few markets at the end of 2017. Now, it's coming to North America and Europe.
These 65-inch gaming displays are aimed at hardcore PC gamers who want a huge screen, and have impressive specs like a 4K resolution, HDR and 120Hz refresh rate. Interestingly, they also have a full-on Android TV experience built in.
Microsoft and Xiaomi have announced that the companies have reached an agreement that will see the companies cross-license patent portfolios, as well as pre-load Skype and Microsoft Office on future Xiaomi Android phones and tablets.
Misfit, a continuous competitor in the fitness wearable space, has just announced its newest wearable, the Shine 2. This new model builds on the success of the original Shine, and adds plenty of new features.
Everyone's favorite build-your-own furniture store IKEA has just announced a partnership to start integrating Qi charging for devices into some of its furniture. Starting in April 2015, IKEA will offer bedside tables, lamps and desks with Qi charging built in, meaning you won't need to drop any extra cables or charging bases to keep your phones topped up. Jeanette Skjelmose, Business...
AT&T is running its Developer Summit during CES in Las Vegas, and today is the day they lay out their initiatives with the main keynote address. We're going to hear a lot about big carrier initiatives, mobile devices and anything else AT&T is excited about, and we'll be inside covering it live.
The Microsoft Band made quite a splash with its brisk unveiling, and since then stock of all three sizes on the Microsoft Store has completely dried up. At $199 it isn't exactly in "impulse buy" range for many people, and you have to think Microsoft had quite a few of them in anticipation of the launch, so a complete sell out is interesting to see. If you weren't able to get an order...