Consumers haven't yet decided that wearables are a necessity so companies are actively working to gain market share. Pebble launched as a Kickstarter project and is currently beating the major brands.
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The latest Fixya Report reveals the main complaints from the owners of the most popular smartwatches in the US, including Pebble, Samsung and Sony models
According to reports, Sony is revamping part procurement to take on the biggest names in mobile device development.
Last year, a number of Samsung phones were found to be falsely inflating Primate Labs' popular Geekbench 3 benchmarking tests. The software maker recently reported the results of its benchmark boosting detection and how it will deal with the gaming of its system.
One of Europe's biggest telcos plans to work with the hardware companies on getting its services onto their kit.
Updated: Moto X owners in the US will be the first non-Nexus devices to get KitKat, possibly even ahead of the Google Play editions of Samsung and HTC's flagship devices.
The Galaxy Note 3 is now available in Europe and coming to the US starting next week. European buyers noticed a sticker on the box that indicates the device can only be used with a European SIM card.
IFA was held last week with big announcements from Sony and Samsung, Google announced Android 4.4 KitKat, and Amazon is rolling out an updated Kindle and new service.
Samsung showed large display smartphones can be successful and now we see Sony reveal their entry into the phablet market with the Xperia Z Ultra.
Flurry noted that phablet app usage isn't all that hot and proclaims the device category a fad. However, the Samsung Galaxy S4 could change that opinion.
The iPad's Web usage share took a battering during December as people unwrapped, and started to use Kindle Fire, Samsung Galaxy, and Google Nexus tablets.
Asian vendors dominate the global smartphone market, with Sony and HTC taking third and fourth ranks behind market leaders Samsung, which topped the list again, and Apple.
One of the major themes at Intel’s annual developer conference, which takes place this week, is expected to be convertibles that function as laptops and tablets. These aren't new, but Microsoft's "reimagining" of Windows has prompted PC makers--including HP, Dell, Lenovo, Asus, Acer, Samsung, Toshiba and Sony--to once again experiment with hybrids. Will convertibles finally catch on?
At IFA in Berlin, manufacturers from Samsung to Lenovo showed off new tablets, smartphones and ultrabooks, many of them with convertible designs.
More gadgets are coming your way and some of them will have Windows 8 on them. But that's if you've still got a job, considering VMware thinks virtualising quite a few datacentre roles is the way forward.
What happens when you advertise WiFi ready devices that actually aren't? Consumer watchdogs will descend.
The Apple vs. Samsung lawsuit documents have a lot of Sony Style references. Why? Apple, Samsung and Sony are all chasing the same vertical integration strategy.
If Amazon does indeed develop an Android smartphone, then the likes of Samsung, HTC and Sony need to be prepared for their sales to fall.
As expected, Sony and Panasonic have agreed to partner up to take on Samsung --- and likely Apple --- as the OLED television industry sets its sights on a shift away from LCD technology.
The two electronics giants are limiting retailers' ability to discount their televisions, which should help the Best Buys of the world who often can't match the sale prices of online retailers.
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