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Cell phones & Tablets


Microsoft Suraface

Surface is a series of tablets created by Microsoft. Announced on June 18, 2012 by the then CEO, Steve Ballmer at a Los Angeles event in Milk Studios, Surface was the first major initiative by Microsoft to integrate its Windows operating system with its own hardware.

The Surface debuted in two models, marketed as Surface RT and Surface Pro. Surface RT uses an ARM CPU running Windows RT whereas Surface Pro utilizes an Intel Ivy Bridge CPU running Windows 8.


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The Future?

The new iPhone could be one of the most pivotal devices in the Cupertino brand's history - with the the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C simple updates to previous models, there's a lot of pressure heaped on the iPhone 6.

As per usual, the internet is awash with rumor, speculation and downright lies over this next-generation handset, which is why we spend our time trawling through each nugget of info, debating its merits and curating it into this easy-to-read hub for all things iPhone 6.

*iOS 7: Apple's new look for iPhone and iPad

Some of you might have been expecting the iPhone 6 to have debuted in 2013, but given the iPhone's history - from the 3G onwards, there's always been a half-step S model before the next numbered iPhone - we were never going to get the 6 until 2014. In fact, it will technically be the iPhone 8 by that point... but hey, who's counting these days?

One thing is for sure, with the Samsung Galaxy S5 and Sony Xperia Z2 just around the corner (plus our full HTC One (M8) review now out in wild showing a truly stunning phone), Apple will need to be on its game with the new handset - and many believe a bigger screen is simply a must

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Good News for Samsung

The Samsung Galaxy S5 ships with one killer feature that real consumers cant stop talking about when I share the details about this new phone the water-resistant design.

Samsung is set to make a splash with a "rugged" phone for the average user and if it catches on it could push Apple in the direction of delivering a slightly more rugged iPhone 6.

While the Samsung Galaxy S5 is not a rugged phone like those we see from Casio and CAT, and we don't expect the iPhone 6 will be either, it is the first real flagship consumer smartphone to deliver blockbuster features and specs with the ability to withstand water and dust on all major U.S. Carriers.

Up til now Users had to settle for an outdated Sony Xperia Z on T-Mobile or opt for bigger bulkier phones that ran old versions of Android and traded consumer friendly features like an amazing camera for the ability to drop the phone in water. Yes, the Casio G'zOne Commando 4G LTE is a great phone for a user that needs a truly rugged phone, but for the user that just wants their phone to survive an accident involving water the Galaxy S5 is a better option.


Apple iPad Air 2

iPad Air 2: The second-gen iPad Air will pack an Apple A8 processor and Touch ID (aka, fingerprint recognition). Kuo believes the Air 2 will launch earlier this year than last year's launch of the first-gen Air, premiered in November.

Little is known about the A8 processor, but it would be logical to expect that Apple will take its "desktop-class" 64-bit computing strategy to the next level with the A8. A report this week from JP Morgan said the A8 processor may surpass Intel's power-efficient Core i5 processors in performance.