A PC-centric focus, and a strategic blindness when it comes to mobile have likely doomed the company to a perpetual third place.
Lately, the trend in phones has been towards bigger and bigger displays. We ask the question: Is there any such thing as too big?
According to the latest from Canalys, Apple is now the world's leading PC manufacturer. Should slates really be counted as PCs?
Samsung is currently the king of Android, and the OS has served it very well – but shifting to its own platform could be a smart move.
The reality of the PC slump is becoming very clear. In the future, any growth in tech will come from mobile markets.
Touchscreens might be well and good for mobile, but that doesn’t mean they're ideal for desktop computing, as Microsoft is finding out.
Icahn doesn't seem to grasp the fact that to succeed in the fast-paced tech world, all of Dell's divisions should be operating as one.
Are machines that boot Android and Windows really viable given the small target audience, and the existing BlueStacks solution?
Apple's new MacBook Air 13in features a 12 hour plus battery life, which redefines the concept of all-day computing.
The legacy of Steve Jobs still lives on at Apple – and you can see that in the announcements which were made at last week’s WWDC.
Between a Windows tax and a lack of long tail apps, Microsoft certainly has its work cut out. Can it make small Windows slates a hit?
Microsoft needs to shape up and realise that it must make versions of Office for iOS and Android in order to stay competitive.
This operating system upgrade could help to push low-cost laptops and slates as we move towards the end of the year.
What could help smart TVs push further forward? A dedicated SDK to better integrate our second screens such as tablets.
Could Google Glass be just as doomed as the Segway? Both technologies were initially considered game-changers but met swift resistance.
Several new features on the freshly released S4, and Leap Motion Controller, point the way to the future of gesture-based interfaces.
The rise of smartphones and tablets are two factors which are arguably more responsible for the PC sales slump than Windows 8.
Could Apple switch to a truly low cost iPhone and iPad to gain market share, at the expense of its premium profit margins?
Samsung must take control of several areas of its mobile business in order to rival Apple and Google, and Tizen could be the key here.
Analysts appear to think that Apple is doomed unless it finds a new product to bolster investor support – but that isn’t the case.
The recent S4 launch was all spectacle, and not enough about the tech specs. Samsung needs to let its products speak for themselves.
We've been hearing plenty of rumours about Windows Blue – it’s seemingly in the pipeline, and tailored for compact tablets.
In a mobile landscape dominated by Apple and Google – iOS and Android – a third player may be just what we need.
As 7in tablets drop in cost, we are entering the "tablet-in-every-room" era. We discuss the ramifications of this new age.
Phablets or superphones; no matter what you call them, these devices are poised to make a considerable impact on the smartphone market.