Apple's "Wonderlust" launch event was an example of how virtual launches should be done, and it was brilliantly executed. I'm not and likely never will be an Apple fan, but I like to call things as I see them. Last week's presentation raised the bar for how to execute events like this.
Apple's latest announcements, featuring the new iPhone 15 lineup and Apple Watch Series 9, elevate the art of the "intelligent refresh," combining innovative design with next-gen technology.
The Doogee V30T smartphone offers a refreshing and uniquely powerful alternative to more expensive fold and flip innovations-in-progress.
Apple's new iPhone 15 lineup and Watches come with upgraded processors, enhanced cameras, and new user interface features.
Samsung's advancements in foldable device technology could gain momentum if Apple were to enter the market. Although Apple is unlikely to announce a foldable design when it refreshes its smartphone lineup in September, Samsung might be wishing it was.
The Apple Vision Pro headset, priced at $3,499, won't be available until next year but promises to usher in a new era of "spatial computing."
Qualcomm is pioneering on-device generative AI and delivering remarkable innovation while also navigating complex ethical issues surrounding data privacy and the potential misuse of AI-created content.
A seismic shift in the PC industry looms as giants like AMD, Intel, and Qualcomm make strides to revolutionize the way machines operate, keeping pace with the rising generative AI trend. Amid this epic CPU confrontation, Nvidia emerges as a wildcard that could redefine the market landscape.
Google is coming to the foldable market late -- although not as late as Apple, which doesn't have a foldable yet -- but it's taking advantage of its timing by targeting some of the perceived deficiencies of the Galaxy Fold.