2015 was the year of several hybrid laptops, but 2016 is expected to push them mainstream. With the Surface Pro 4 and Google Pixel C, along with other hybrids ruling the market, there’s a slew of tablets that can fit into a keyboard.
Modernization in technology have led to the smartphone boom, compelling companies to launch mobile phones with the most modern features and capabilities. One company which is enjoying tremendous success with its technology products is Xiaomi, the Chinese electronics company headquartered in Beijing. Continue reading →
While smartphones and tablets have taken over the technology industry, there is still a lot of demand for laptops that possess high specs in order to offer high performance. Continue reading →
Lenovo has recently refreshed its flagship convertible laptop, the incredible Yoga Pro 3, with the new and even more incredible Yoga 900. Yoga Home 900, a portable all-in-one was also launched simultaneously for those who prefer the desktop.
Technological innovations are happening at lightning fast speed. Smartphones and tablets are inundating the market across the world, providing users with a gamut of products to choose from. Keeping pace in this dynamic market is Lenovo has launched the Lenovo Yoga Home 900 – a convertible desktop cum tabletop computer.
Web browsers are essential for retrieving and presenting information on the World Wide Web. While Internet Explorer has enjoyed popularity and dominance for a large number of years, Continue reading →
With the advent of the Internet and lightning fast 3G and 4G connections, communication through smartphones has not only become quick, but also convenient. Continue reading →
Budget buyers, here is a laptop which you might just want to consider purchasing. HP just announced the Pavilion X2 Hybrid laptop which is reasonably priced and yet has something a bit more premium. Continue reading →
Microsoft’s Surface Hub is expected to relaunch tablet computers in a big way and even though it is not meant to be a consumer device, it will surely make waves at the enterprise market. Continue reading →
Microsoft recently forged an agreement to buy 6Wunderkinder — the German brains behind the immensely popular to-do list app Wunderlist that is going to cost the Silicon Valley giant to the tune of $100 million and $200 million.