Sony’s New Xperia Tablet Z Tablet Announced In Japan

Sony’s next generation Xperia Tablet Z was expected for quite some time now, especially after the Japanese tech giant unveiled the Xperia Z smartphone at the recently concluded International Consumer Electronic Show. Xperia Tablet Z brings with it the same dark and sleek form factor of its smartphone cousin, but with a 10.1 inch sized

China Merchants Bank Consumer Credit Option: Help or Hurt?

[Photo Credit: The Mac Observer] Here in the United States, luxury is all part of the American experience. There are many Americans who work just to pay their bills and get by, but there are many who inherit their parents’ aristocratic status and spend their money on just about whatever suits their fancy. When middle-class and

Wi-Fi Calling: Facebook’s Newest Lifeline

Some months ago, it was announced that Mark Zuckerberg’s team would emerge with what is known as a “Facebook phone.” The goal, for the Facebook team, was to become “more than just an app to be downloaded.” Social networking sites are wonderful apps that enhance our connections and social activities; however, at the end of

Nexus 7 Outpaces the IPad, May Gain A Younger Brother and Cousin Soon

The iPad has become the standard for tablets in the tech world. As a proud owner of the iPad 3, I can say with certainty that Apple’s tablets had no competition when I purchased my device. Retina technology made the iPad gorgeous, and graphics and games have always been extremely clear and life-like. When you’re

Nexus 4 Reaches All T-Mobile Locations

[Photo Credit: Google Play Store] The Nexus 4 is considered to be one of the most elusive handsets Google has ever created in its smartphone line. The Nexus 4 sold out in large numbers last Fall when it first arrived on Google’s Play Store site. It came with either 8GB or 16GB for $199 and

802.11AD Approved by IEEE, Will Soon Make Its Way Into Homes

[Photo Credit: The Verge] 802.11ac has become the new wireless Internet standard by which consumers interact with their electronic devices and the web. So far in human history, 802.11a/b/g/n has become the norm for consumers who use the web on a daily basis. As has been pointed out in recent days, however, 802.11a/b/g/n features overlap in

Former Apple CEO Acknowledges Samsung as Apple’s Formidable Foe

[Photo Credit: CNN Money] Apple has spent the last five years selling its iPhone at the expensive end of the line, charging $200 for its contract smartphones and $649 for its off-contract smartphones. For years, carriers have listened to Apple and given in to Apple’s demands. As of late, however, some carriers (European) have decided

Sony’s New Xperia Z Tablet in the Works

[Photo Credit: DigitalTrends] Sony made a splash hit at International CES with its high-end Sony Xperia Z smartphone (retailing at approximately $660). The smartphone was known for its use of Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich), as well as its waterproof coating. The most interesting video demonstration consisted of a woman placing the Xperia Z smartphone

IPhone 5S to Have Fingerprint Sensor, IPhone Mini to Debut Fall 2013

Rumors about the new iPhone continue to abound. KGB Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo predicts that the new iPhone will be called the “iPhone 5S,” since Apple will do nothing more in the new iPhone but make small-scale changes: faster processor chip (A7), better camera (f2.0 instead of f1.x), possibly taller than the current iPhone 5