Apple releases iOS 7.0.3 for the iPhone and iPad, an update that brings with it numerous bug fixes and improvements to the recently-released iOS 7.
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.
Apple has unveiled the long-awaited and much-rumored update to the iPad mini, adding a high-resolution retina display and a more powerful 64-bit processor.
Fingers are pointing at Windows 8.1 as tests show that both the Surface Pro 2 and Surface 2 tablets trail behind OS X, iOS and Android devices when it comes to battery life.
Rumors are circulating that Apple is cutting orders for the iPhone 5c in the face of weak demand, and this in turn is fueling speculation that the handset might be a misstep by the Cupertino giant. This piece examines why this might be the case.
Intel chief executive Brian Krzanich says that he expects OEMs to push prices down over the coming weeks, and that this will result in $99 tablets, $299 Haswell laptops, and $349 2-in-1 hybrid tablets and notebooks.
The biggest takeaway from the teardown is how much Qualcomm silicon there is inside Amazon's new Kindle Fire HDX, with almost all the major components being a win for the company.
With the new iPhone 5s and 5c handsets out, pundit attention has turned to another of Apple's flagship products, the iPad. What does Apple CEO Tim Cook have up his sleeve for us?
The new MIPS P5600 core delivers industry-leading 32-bit performance, and brings with it low power characteristics and a silicon footprint up to 30 percent smaller than comparable CPU cores.
Phablets – they're too big to be smartphones, and too small to the tablets. With a display usually between 5-inches and 7-inches, this is the latest battleground for Android handsets makers.
Microsoft admits that there was confusion over the differences between Surface RT and Surface Pro tablets, which led to the name being dropped from second-generation Surface tablets.