There has been breakthroughs in sales of Chromebooks, with devices selling well in the inexpensive notebook segment in the US, and widely adopted for educational use through government procurement projects, the sources said. Chromebook shipments in 2014 are expected to increase to 4-5 million units, the sources indicated.
Samsung will reportedly use its Gear smartwatch as a trial balloon for its Tizen operating system. The move makes a lot of sense to see if Tizen can really hold its own relative to Android.
The latest iteration of the Barbe doll merchandise range sees everybody's favourite blonde girl step into a new role as a software application developer.
Barbie I Can Be Computer Engineer Doll is the latest model available in the Barbie collection.
The range was first started in 1959 by American businesswoman Ruth Handler.
Barbie has previously worked as both an astronaut and a racing car driver.
QOOQ is a durable tablet designed for use in then kitchen. It's even got its very own Linux-based OS...
Hook up a display and power source and the Cloud Connect will load up an Android 4.1 Jelly Bean-based operating system. It’s hardly the first Android TV stick to hit the streets. But it’s one of the first from a major PC maker — and certainly the first to feature tight integration with Dell’s virtualization and cloud software including Wyse Cloud Client Manager, support for VMWare, Citrix and Microsoft virtualization solutions, and PocketCloud personal cloud services.
Willing to change the look and feel of your Sailfish OS device? Here’s some good news. Finnish smartphone manufacturer Jolla has released a pair of smart covers dubbed ‘The Other Half’ that not only change the way your phone looks like, but also facilitates a number of UI changes. Jolla has also released the Other Half developers kit, which includes 3D files and technical specs for developers and fans to print their own smart covers.
By releasing details to 3D print The Other Half of the Jolla smartphone, the company remains committed to an open source platform of hardware and software.
After launching the super slim Huawei Ascend P6 all the way back in June 2013, the Chinese company may use MWC to showcase the Ascend P6S.
If Huawei had a 6.18mm thin chassis to boast about its Ascend P6, sadly the updated model offers an increased thickness to 6.48mm. Its original 1.5GHz quad-core processor has been bumped up to 1.6GHz while the RAM stays at 2GB. That the device’s internal memory has been doubled from 8GB to 16GB may sound good to you.
Unfortunately, the phone still doesn’t support 4G LTE and makes do with 3G. With its 4.7-inch display and a 2,000mAh battery, the phone doesn’t seem too different from the original model. It still comes pre-installed with Android 4.2.2 and Huawei’s EmotionUI over the top.
Next week, the price of the MOTA returns to $80, which, considering the prices of other smart watches, is still a steal of a deal. At the moment, the MOTA does not support third party apps like the Pebble or the Gear but it will pair with your Android or iOS device over bluetooth, which is more than we can say for the Gear (the Gear only pairs with certain Samsung devices at the moment). The watch vibrates to notify users of incoming calls and can display the caller’s ID or the incoming number. As is expected, one may control media playback on a phone or tablet using the watch.
So far, Linux is the only supported OS Intel has mentioned for either the original single-core Quark or the dual-core model.
Samsung Electronics Chief Financial Officer, Lee Sang-hoon stated that Samsung is currently developing their own Glass, and that it is tentatively called ‘Galaxy Glass’. He further stated that the market for smart glass is huge as it will be used in vehicles and several industries that can benefit from such a device. The release date for the Galaxy Glass seems to be IFA Berlin, and this takes in September between the 5th and the 10th.