As I analyze the industry, I’ve become increasingly aware that Android serves two roles.
The Finnish phone maker’s first — and possibly last — tablet is nice. But like all Windows tablets, it’s short on inspiring apps.
It’s pretty clear that the tablet is on track to become the most pervasive personal computer the market has ever seen.
Helpful even if you have giant (yet tender and graceful) man-hands.
A lighter, higher-resolution Paperwhite with ambient light sensor may be in the offing.
One home in which Microsoft’s hybrid computer makes sense.
Without SmartGlass, there’s a substantial piece of the Xbox One’s pie you’re going to miss. For better or worse, I suspect that’s just as Microsoft wants it.
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The second-generation Mini sheds most of the first version’s compromises.
The larger iPad is shockingly light, but the Mini still has many virtues
The smartphone is becoming the most indispensable device we own. It serves as a multi-function gadget, and as the hub for connecting to all types of other devices and services.
An oversized tablet grip causes more problems than it solves.