Posts tagged with: predictions
  • by | October 29, 2013 6:20 PM

    There comes a point where rumors and leaks become so old, that we just get bored of covering them. Still, there are certain products that are just so hot, and so game-changing, that we can't get enough of all the drama that goes around it's probable future. For the last couple of months, we've followed Google's plans for their Nexus line-up, and even though we still don't have event dates, nor press invites, that doesn't mean our wallets can't wait for it to happen. Watch today's Top 5, as we go through our predictions of what to expect for Google's Nexus line-up in the next couple of ...

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  • by | June 5, 2013 6:00 PM

    It's about that time for Apple to show us the ropes with their next batch of products. WWDC, or World Wide Developers Conference, happens on June 10th and has always been about software enhancements to current software and services. That said, we've seen Apple launch a couple of iPhones and even Macs at this event, so there's no reason why we shouldn't get excited about this event. The biggest question we have is what'll we get and what'll we miss from this event. We do know that iOS 7 will take the spotlight, as Tim Cook confirmed at D11, but could WWDC be all about software this time ...

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  • by | March 18, 2013 7:45 AM

    Now that mystery and uncertainty has been lifted from the Samsung Galaxy S 4, it's time to start pondering about what Samsung has in store for us next. Some might cry foul, that it's somehow "not fair" or "inappropriate" to start talking about what's coming next when the current version isn't even available yet. We hear you, but you're wrong -- but not for the reasons you may think. There are an infinite number of improvements that can be made or features that can be added to any product. Those, of course, are limited by pesky things like cost, availability, durability, and sometimes ...

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  • by | January 14, 2013 11:54 AM

    CES 2013 is over, and despite the fact that we cranked out about thirty videos covering products ranging from super-phablets to fuel cells, some of us still came away a little disappointed by what was ultimately a very light show, hardware-wise. Whether you were encouraged, let down, or completely unmoved by CES 2013, two things are true. First, you probably missed something amid the torrential downpour of 24-hour news; fortunately, our own Anton D. Nagy has you covered with an extensive wrap-up of our coverage from start to finish. Second -and more germane to our current focus- the ...

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  • by | January 7, 2013 7:45 AM

    Sometimes, after a solid day of cris-crossing the vast corridors of Las Vegas getting properly credentialed to cover the first big technology show of 2013, all you want to do is sit down at a nice outdoor Italian eatery and gorge yourself on pasta and red wine while singers on gondolas drift lazily by. Tonight at the Pocketnow CES base camp, we got some of that covered. The singers-on-gondolas bit came true, but the starch and spirits had to wait until we had a chance to film some of our predictions for the big news-makers of 2013. Tune in to our video below for our quick impressions on ...

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  • by | June 27, 2012 1:55 AM

    The next version of Android should be announced at Google IO, it will probably be called Jelly Bean, and it will most likely be version 4.1. What are they going to include in the latest and greatest version of the Android OS? Let's see if we can figure it out. 1. Devices Google released their flagship smartphone, the Galaxy Nexus, not long ago. What they've never released is a pure- Google tablet. Sure, we had the Motorola XOOM, but even though it ran a stock version of Android, it was still a Motorola device. With Google facing extreme pressure from Apple's iPad and and Android-based ...

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