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Surface Pro: A bust for consumers, a boom for the enterprise

Surface Pro: A bust for consumers, a boom for the enterprise

Earlier today, Microsoft announced that the Surface Windows 8 Pro will be launching in the United States and Canada on February 9th for $899 for the model with 64GB of internal storage. Many around the net are crying foul, unable to fathom how a tablet would retail for $899. With the industry leading iPad retailing for just $499 ($699 for the 64GB model), how can a tablet selling for almost $1,000 hope to compete with the cheaper, thinner iPad?

BlackBerry 10 and Windows Phone 8 battle to become third viable smartphone OS, but who will win?

BlackBerry 10 and Windows Phone 8 battle to become third viable smartphone OS, but who will win?

When it comes to smartphones, it has long been a two pony show. Google’s Android and Apple’s iOS platforms together make up over 85% of the US smartphone market according to recent reports, and their momentum is building. Android and iOS have been stealing customers away from the now antiquated BlackBerry 7 and the yet-to-take-off Windows Phone platforms, leading many to ask when (or if) a third alternative to these platforms will emerge.

While most of the hard-fought battles have been about which platform reigns supreme, an arguably more interesting battle is emerging about which company will become a true third-alternative smartphone platform, the one that could steal market share away from the duopoly created by Google’s Android and Apple’s iOS. Windows Phone has widely been heralded as that platform, but Research in Motion’s (RIM) BlackBerry 10, set to be unveiled at the end of the month, is a more compelling platform, which coupled with the company’s longstanding relationship with the enterprise could see RIM come out on top.

Who do we think will win the smartphone OS wars, you may ask? Read on after the break to find out.

Is Project Glass the future of wearable computing?

Is Project Glass the future of wearable computing?

We already gave you a glimpse into the wearables market, which seems poised to explode in 2013. Watches, bracelets and clippable gizmos of various shapes and sizes will serve as the building blocks for the wearables market over the next year or two, with some analysts predicting the market for these devices to top $1.5 billion…

Samsung plans to unveil 8″ Galaxy Note tablet at MWC, but is there a market for it?

Samsung plans to unveil 8" Galaxy Note tablet at MWC, but is there a market for it?

Samsung’s Galaxy Note series has blurred the line between smartphone and tablet. The original Galaxy Note featured a massive (at the time) 5.3″ display complete with flagship Galaxy S II internal components and S-Pen functionality, a stylus plus digitizer combo that made the Note a productivity machine. Samsung’s Note II bumped the screen size up…

Techgress recommends: Temple Run 2 for iOS launching tonight

Techgress recommends: Temple Run 2 for iOS launching tonight

Studies have repeatedly shown that a significant portion of smartphone owners use their devices to indulge in some form of casual gaming. While the Angry Birds franchise has been the runaway favorite consumers have turned to (and, which has made app maker Rovio boatloads of money), another fan favorite to date Temple Run, which as…

At CES, two types of smartwatch battle for Middle Wrist

At CES, two types of smartwatch battle for Middle Wrist

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CES highlights 5 smartphone trends for 2013

CES highlights 5 smartphone trends for 2013

The larger smartphone makers have largely ignored CES for the past few years. Instead of unveiling their latest flagship devices at the consumer technology industry’s largest trade show, Samsung, HTC, RIM and others have opted to either wait for Mobile World Congress in February or hold their own press events over the course of the…

Video: Hands on with the ZTE Grand S LTE

Video: Hands on with the ZTE Grand S LTE

A few days ago, we stopped by ZTE’s booth at the 2013 International CES to check out the Grand S LTE, a 5″ full 1080p device from China’s ZTE. The Grand S LTE is expected to be released in China in February 2013, with various locations expected to see the device later in the first…

Pebble officially announces the Pebble smartwatch, shipping to Kickstarter backers from January 23rd

Pebble officially announces the Pebble smartwatch, shipping to Kickstarter backers from January 23rd

This morning, Kickstarter phenom Pebble officially introduced the final build of the Pebble smartwatch, the digital watch that connects via Bluetooth to your Android or iOS smartphone to display notifications of email, social media updates, text messages, and a slew of other smartphone features. At $150, the Pebble smartwatch is one of the more affordable…

Video: Hands on with Sony Xperia Z

Video: Hands on with Sony Xperia Z

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