Dell recently launched Dell Cast, a device that takes the mobile-to-TV streaming concept of Google’s Chromecast and turns it into more of a productivity tool. Dell Cast is a dongle that plugs into a display’s HDMI port and turns your Android home screen into a traditional desktop experience that can be controlled with a mouse and . . . → Read More: Dell Cast: The Chromecast For Business Users
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For as long as the tablet market has been around it seems, Apple has been at the head of the pack, consistently leading. The iPad still sits atop every other tablet. Sales might be slowing down for certain models, such as the Mini or other smaller screened tablets. This . . . → Read More: Do New Tablets Suggest That Apple Imitations Are The Way To Go?
The back to school season has been here for a while already but the holiday season is just around the corner. With just about every holiday season, we can expect a bunch of new technology to surface and leave our wallets feeling lighter than normal. Normally, most people would look to purchase the biggest and baddest . . . → Read More: Chromebooks Are Becoming A Bit More Appealing…
If Apple is the king of the tablet market then Google is undoubtedly the king of the smartphone market. The tech company’s handle over the smartphone market has reached an all-time high with smartphones running the Android operating system accounting for 84.6% of the global smartphone shipments. This information comes from recent research on the subject . . . → Read More: Android Holds 85% Of Smartphone Market Share, Apple Responds With Large-Screen iPhones
Google is trying to bridge the gap between laptops and mobile devices with a recent update for Chromebooks. According to Google, Chromebooks will soon be able to receive notifications and run apps from Android smartphones and tablets. Google is trying to make app and data exchange seamless, according to Senior Vice President of Android, Chrome and . . . → Read More: Google Further Merging Chromebooks and Android Mobile Devices
Just because Windows has its own operating system for its own phone doesn’t mean that they wont use the Android operating system to their advantage as well. Windows just announced their first official Android smartphone, the Nokia X2. It will soon be available in different parts of the world for around $99 and runs on a . . . → Read More: Android On A Windows Phone?
I’ve noticed that there are certain trends that come about in technology. The biggest trend I’d have to say that I’ve noticed recently is size. The thinner it is, the more wowed your customers will be, or that’s how it seems at least. When Apple first came out with the iPad Mini, I was a bit . . . → Read More: We’ve Seen The Surface Pro 3, Now Get Ready For The Surface Pro Mini!
In a market that is currently flooded with smartphones, it’s very hard for anything “new” to catch your eye. In any case, any other company trying to release their first smartphone right now would have to compete with Samsung, Windows, Google, and of course Apple. All of these companies have already been well established with their . . . → Read More: Amazon’s New Smartphone Suggests That A Smartphone Only As Good As Its Apps
Google has set out to expand Chrome into more of an entire platform rather than just an internet browser. They took big steps in doing so on Wednesday with the release of the Chrome Remote Desktop support for the Android OS.
There is a special extension for your desktop PC that can be installed on Windows, Mac, . . . → Read More: Android Lets You Access Your Deskop From Anywhere
If you thought the HTC One was awesome, then you are going to be really excited about the new makeover it just got. HTC just launched their new flagship model, the HTC One M8, at a New York City event on Tuesday.
If you are just looking at it, you wont see many differences between this and . . . → Read More: HTC’s New Flagship, The HTC One M8