Samsung's Android devices may sell well, but commercial success and optimal user experience don't automatically go hand in hand.
User interfaces won't be defined by what you see on the display forever, of course. Voice and gesture recognition will become part of the user interface equation -- this absolutely makes sense when the challenge of developing logical user experiences for wearable devices really takes off.
“Apple takes security very seriously. iOS and OS X never incorporated the vulnerable software and key Web-based services were not affected.”
How does Samsung's Galaxy S5 camera compare to the HTC One (M8)? Check out these side-by-side samples and see what you think.
Google is wasting no time luring XP business users to Chromebooks: It's offering them $100 off every Chromebook purchased through Google's Chromebooks for Business program, in addition to other financial incentives. Does Google have a chance sweeping in XP owners, or is this just a PR ploy?
Samsung's Galaxy S5 is one of the most heavily hyped phones of the year -- but marketing messages aside, what's it actually like to use? Here are the first things you notice when you pick up the device.
Every new phone doesn't have to be bigger to be better -- and sometimes, bumping up the size can actually be a bad thing.
Shut up and give Google your data.
The Chromebook platform goes from strength to strength. Market researchers say they're selling faster than ever, predicting 11 million sales (in... err... 2019).
And it's not just consumers buying them. Some enterprises are choosing to move most of their Windows users to Chrome OS -- motivated by the XP end-of-life and cost savings.
In IT Blogwatch, bloggers ponder the wisdom of Chromebooks and Chromeboxes in the enterprise.
The HTC One (M8) has two rear-facing cameras designed to let you play with focus after the fact. Here are some real-world examples of what the unusual setup can do.