Behold the future! Well, behold a future. This future is one in which we all have smartphones with curved screens.
Apple is expected to unload non-iPhone goodies – a new iPad Mini, a new standard iPad, and some more info about the previously-introduced Mac Pro.
Between grooming, crying, writing fanfic, more grooming, and sleeping, we still make plenty of time to unlock our phones.
The latest update in the seemingly endless patent feud between Samsung and Apple finds that an Apple-won ban on the sale of certain Samsung phones and tablets hasn’t been overturned as Samsung hoped.
And here I’ve been calling the White House every 15 minutes like a sucker.
There’s been a tradeoff between price – Chromebooks start at around $200 – and specs, but HP’s latest offering sets it apart from earlier Chromebooks in a few ways.
If you’re okay with forking a monthly service fee over to Sprint for two years, you can get your hands on Samsung’s 7-inch Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 starting this Friday for just $50.
Phone design might get a bit swoopier between now and the end of the year.
Well, it looks like we can draw a big, fat, red line through “run over a pile of rocks” and “knock it off-balance with a 20-pound weight” on our list of ways to escape when a humanoid robot’s chasing after you.
It’s real easy to do.
The Wall Street Journal reports “people briefed on the company’s plans” as saying that Amazon is working on a TV box for streaming on-demand video. The rumored box could apparently be available for the holidays and would compete with Apple TV, Roku and similar streaming boxes.
Amazon Readies Set-Top Box for Holidays [WSJ.com]
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