Hewlett-Packard introduced a cost-effective tablet HP 7 Plus which is intended for the lower segment of the market. HP 7 Plus will not provide users with an extremely impressive performance, but it will be quite sufficient for simple tasks such as surfing the Internet, browsing e-mail and runing basic applications.
After Google introduced the Android Wear operating system for which they plan to run the smart watches and similar devices, Motorola has introduced its own smart watch - Moto 360. Right at first glance it is obvious that Motorola's concept differs from all so far available on the market. Motorola instead of blocky and square shapes what we can see in the example of Sony and Samsung solutions, offers a well-known circular design which can found in the classical watches. If you believe the information coming from Asian manufacturing plants Motorola just because of that faced with problems in production.
Taiwanese company Acer has introduced two new models of smart phones that will come at affordable prices. Acer Liquid E3 has a 4.7 inch 720p IPS screen, quad-core processor clocked at 1.2 GHz, 1 GB of RAM and 4 GB of internal memory for data storage. The rear camera is a 13 megapixel with Acer's super-fast focus and f/1.8 aperture. The operating system is an older version of Android, 4.2.2 Jelly Bean. Upgrade to Android 4.4 KitKat for this device should appear by the end of this year.
Having reported a quarterly loss of $ 4.4 billion, the BlackBerry has realized that the time has come to reduce the payments in the 2014.
Samsung is very familiar with hybrids between camera and smartphone, and now the thing has become official. Specifically, the plan is to unite the department for the development of cameras and cell phones.
After the Nokia's shareholders on Tuesday approved a take over of Nokia's department in charge of mobile phones by Microsoft, Nokia's factory workers in China, about 5,000 of them, have begun to protest against the agreement.
The information that The Wall Street Journal got from informed sources in Asian factories are saying that Google will very soon introduce their very own smart watch.
Pompously announced and presented as a revolutionary, Samsung Galaxy Gear smart watch was obviously not so well received in the market. As Geek.com published, 30% of all sold watches were returned to stores.
Samsung's CEO J. K. Shin presented to the Korean media data about deliveries of Galaxy S 4. According to him, so far they globally shipped over 40 million units of this smartphone.
There is an old saying; “buy cheap, sell dear” which means you need to come up with the product that you can put together for almost no money and sell it like it is your most treasured product. This philosophy has been a staple of business for many years and it is one that companies still try to use even today. The problem is that now there are web sites that can tell you exactly how much that new gadget you want to buy costs to make. This has made building a “cheap” product and selling it for a ton of money something that many consumers are aware of and will avoid.