While it's too early to tell whether two recent technology mergers -- Dell & EMC and Western Digital & SanDisk -- will lead to long-term bliss, the industry has suffered its share of disastrous marriages. Here are the worst of the worst.
Matthew Miller has been testing all the latest and greatest smartphones, but finally figured out what has been missing in most of them that is causing some frustration.
Apple revealed all the details of its smartwatch so we can now compare what Apple offers against the top competitors running Android Wear and Pebble.
The Mobile World Congress had a lot of shiny goodies, and they triggered a trip down memory lane. Most people don't remember that years ago HTC brought us the first large phone and the first Windows hybrid computer.
Today, the internet is everywhere, and we're still getting our minds around what that really means for our personal lives and our businesses.
When Nokia decided to ditch Symbian back in 2011, it effectively signed the OS' death warrant. Is history now poised to repeat itself as Nokia squares up to Android in emerging markets?
Microsoft and Nokia could be a potent combination. But can they dent iOS and Android domination?
Amazon's as yet unreleased Kindle Fire tablet has come under fire in a new patent lawsuit lodged in the US against the online retail giant.
It's not even available yet, but the Kindle Fire is already a target in a patent suit. Let the patent games continue!
Being able to switch to a different operating system without having to sacrifice functionality and performance is a welcome rarity in the IT world.
Your tablet and smartphone can be invaluable tools to help you stay out of harm's way during hurricane season.
Smartphone security is fraught with peril. So few casual users realise they're carrying a complete personal computer in their pocket — one that's designed to connect to networks and transfer more data than their PC ever does.
RIM software CTO David Yach discusses a single BlackBerry OS that works on two very different devices, and the tie-up with Bing that is about more than search
Its hardware, its software and its fightback against the likes of Apple...
After testing three different versions of the Samsung Galaxy Tab, I found some pleasant surprises and one big drawback.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab is an impressive piece of technology, but it's not really an iPad competitor.
The difficulty of typing on smartphone touchscreens is driving a resurgence of interest in voice recognition but desktop dictation and control has never really taken off, even though a reasonable version has been built into Windows for several years. Nuance hopes Dragon NaturallySpeaking Version 11 will get us talking to our PCs rather than shouting at them, with a 15% improvement in accuracy and voice shortcuts to make it less tedious to control your PC by talking to it.
I have been very curious to check out Windows Phone 7 development and 5 days ago Microsoft passed along a functioning developer phone for me to try out. In these 8 pages of information you will find my detailed thoughts and experiences, screenshots, and videos of the Windows Phone 7 Technical Preview in action.
Here is Scott Raymond's second installment in a two-part series about the Tablet’s Past, Present and Future.
The first PDA I owned was an Apple Newton. The next, it was a Palm III.