Many folks interact with mobile devices while watching TV, and this second screen phenomenon will influence the world of television.
Windows 8 has got off to a slow start, if you talk to OEMs, anyway. And that's because Microsoft made a big mistake on the touch front.
Sensors are set to become increasingly important in terms of our home life, work, education, recreation and medical applications.
Smartphones which store all your personal data could dock into cheaper laptop shells, giving you a full computing experience.
We take a closer look at the phablet phenomenon. Could they turn out to be more than the flash-in-the-pan many of us thought they were?
Could this be the year when not just the iPad, but other tablets really cement the slate’s position in the tech market?
This year, Apple could potentially reveal a smart watch. We discuss why it's about time the "iWatch" was produced.
Growing tablet sales have damaged the PC industry, but there could be a silver lining, and revitalised growth as we move into 2014.
Microsoft has angered its partners by entering the hardware business with the Surface, and the firm will now have to pay the price.
After years of incubation, it is finally clear that augmented reality is about to transform our mobile computing experiences.
Microsoft now has a number of retail stores in the States, and they have the potential to rival Apple's, but they need some work.
Will the iPad mini, and indeed 7in tablets in general, help to marginalise the humble PC in the not-too-distant future?
The Surface isn’t a “true” tablet, as several design elements suggest that it's actually more of a laptop than a slate.
Microsoft took its sweet time entering the mobile market, but its products look competitive, and it has a secret weapon.
Microsoft is trying to be like Apple, developing competitive products to emulate Cupertino's hardware, software and services ecosystem.
Microsoft has no plans to release a 7in Windows 8 tablet, and that's a big mistake on the company's part. Read on to find out why.
Windows 8 needs more apps to succeed, and BlueStacks could well help get them on board – though they'll be Android apps.
Windows 8 could be in for a rough ride thanks to its touch focus – but could hybrid products help save Microsoft’s bacon?
The upgrades to the refreshed iPod Touch make it the most versatile non-smartphone device on the market, and a key device for Apple.
Will the rise of compact tablets mean that laptops become more relevant as users seek to round out their computing approach?
PC manufacturers misjudged the level of consumer demand for tablets. Now, they’re paying the price, and will do so for years to come...
An influx of budget oriented Android tablets is coming this autumn, and Apple will be the big winner from this cheap slate flood.
Is Apple going to produce a full-blown branded TV set, or is the road ahead simply about honing and refining the existing set-top box?
The PC is crying out: “I’m not dead yet!” And indeed it isn’t – it’s just assuming a new role in a computing realm ruled by the cloud.
With Sony and Pebble making waves in the nascent smartwatch market, could Apple be thinking of launching its own wrist wear?