Former Apple co-founder and CEO Steve Jobs promised to "destroy Android" because it was "a stolen product" and said that he was "willing to go thermonuclear war" on the platform. This could be that war.
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes sifts through the marketing hyperbole and casts his critical eye over the latest technological innovations to find out which products make the grade and which don't.
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes is an internationally published technology author who has devoted over a decade to helping users get the most from technology.
Want a tablet but don't want to buy a svelte iPad Air or the petite iPad mini? Not a problem! Here are my top Android tablets for November 2013. And for those of you with limited carry space, there's a phablet for you to lust over.
The data released by Google shows that Jelly Bean power more than half of all Android devices. But fragmentation still presents a big for developers.
Qualcomm, not satisfied with owning more than half of the mobile equipment baseband integrated circuits market, is eyeing the set-top box market, and making an assault with its Snapdragon processors.
Time once again to take a tour of a handful of the best Android phones currently available on the market (November 2013). There are a few new handsets, including one for all you pure Android fans. Want something bigger than your average smartphone? If so, there's also a phablet for you to look at!
Do you need a notebook that can take pretty much anything you can throw at it, or for that matter, throw it at? Yes? Then Dell's Latitude E6420 XFR might be the notebook for you.
With Amazon and Apple both having unveiled their offerings ready for the holiday spending extravaganza, consumers are faced with a choice. So, let's put Apple's iPad Air up against Amazon's Kindle Fire HDX and see which comes out the winner.
Here's everything you need to know about the new – and long-awaited – Google Nexus 5.
A manufacturing issue resulted in some Dell Latitude systems smelling as if they had been "assembled near a tomcat's litter box."
Early benchmark results for Apple's new iPad Air suggest that it is 80 percent faster than the iPad 4, and a whopping seven times faster than the iPad 2.