When Microsoft announced their new lineup of hardware, it turned a lot of people’s heads. Is this enough to return it to the top of the tech world?
With its big screen and big power, Apple’s iPad Pro may be the productivity machine that the enterprise needs.
Mobile technology has become an essential part of our lives – leaving a phone at home, dropping your smartphone, or losing WiFi connectivity can ruin your day.
Apple’s new laptop is super light, slim, and designed to be very portable with just enough power to get regular tasks done. In short, it’s a netbook.
Probably the biggest takeaway of a Microsoft announcement this week was that Windows 10 will be a free upgrade for many current users of Windows 7 and 8.
PC sales are growing for the first time in years. At the same time, the sales and popularity of tablets has been static.
This Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas may have been lacking in big, groundbreaking new stuff that spark the interest of gadget geeks. But there were still a few products and announcements that show promise for the future of tech.
In this Tech Pro Essentials breakdown, Editorial Director Jim Rapoza and Aberdeen Research Analyst Sean Butler take a look at some key areas of the mobile operating systems and compare Android 5.0 Lollipop to iOS 8.
Tech Pro Essentials’ Editorial Director Jim Rapoza and Aberdeen Group research analyst Sean Butler take a look at the new Android OS and analyze some of the key new capabilities and features of Lollipop.
The tablet market and the software around it will require some additional time to mature before the true places of these devices can be found.