Devices

Why is Apple dithering over iPhone 5 launch, specifics to counter 'Andorid Summer'

With a slew of Android phones set to hit market, why is Apple apparently passing up WWDC platform to announce iPhone 5? Also why is it not dealing a sucker punch to Android by announcing superior features iPhone fans have been waiting for? A slew of Android devices slated to hit market this summer have superior features like 4G, NFC and ultra-high resolution cameras.

ZTE to launch LTE devices, Microsoft Mango

ZTE Corp, China's No.2 network equipment maker, plans to launch LTE devices in the United States along with smartphones based on Microsoft's Mango operating system to expand its U.S. footprint.

No stone unturned for Google, launches Android@home

Global search engine and tech giant Google is ready to go where no other global tech giant would like to enter. It will launch a brand new range of devices which will include dishwashers, light bulbs, thermostats and basically anything which has an electrical connection to it.

Microsoft sells 10 million Kinect devices

Microsoft Corp said on Wednesday it has sold more than 10 million Kinect motion-sensing game system units worldwide in just over four months, making it the fastest-selling consumer device on record.

Is your iPhone data safe?

Is our iPhone data safe? This is the ultimate question to be answered when an iPhone or iPad or for that matter any smartphones or tablets are lost, especially when it contains our critical data like passwords.

Sony aims for No. 2 spot in tablet devices

Sony Corp aims to slide in behind Apple Inc as the world's second-largest maker of tablet devices by 2012, a senior executive said on Thursday, adding that a PlayStation phone was also a potential opportunity.

Sprint plans range of embedded devices for holidays

Sprint Nextel Corp hopes win new customers using devices other than cellphones with new wirelessly-connected gadgets coming on the market starting later this year, an executive for the company said on Wednesday.

Hulu plans to charge, expand to devices: sources

Free video website Hulu plans to soon begin charging customers and is looking to expand its content to consumer devices like the Xbox and iPad, according to two sources, as the site's media owners experiment with platforms beyond an ad-supported TV model.

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