This week, Emily and Karyne bet on whether the new Xbox will drop in fall of 2013; Samsung will bore us with an unnecessarily enormous new tablet at Mobile World Congress; Nintendo will embarrass itself by changing the name of the Wii U to something much, much worse; and Mark Zuckerberg will loosen his death grip on Facebook and let it go public on Wednesday.
Details emerge that indicate Samsung has something special in store for the tablet community.
Samsung could be gluing together a new Galaxy tablet, boasting an 11.6-inch screen and a 2GHz processor.
With a smattering of new laptops and hybrids, a couple tablets and its first smartphone in the US, Acer fleshes out its 2015 lineup for back-to-school shoppers.
Even if you don't love RT, at this price you almost have to consider it. Don't you?
In a major reversal, Firefox's leader tells Mozilla community members he wants the open-source browser on Apple's mobile devices. A better mobile presence is key for Firefox's future.
Unsatisfied with its previous attempts at a hybrid range, LG Electronics is planning to launch a new hybrid with a detachable keyboard that resembles Microsoft's Surface Pro 3.
With its Galaxy TabPro 12.2, Samsung targets productivity users and represents a sizable challenge for Microsoft's Surface 2.
Microsoft made good design decisions for the Pro 3. That's important, because prior versions always seemed like interesting placeholders till a more fully realized concept came along.
This is about as cheap as laptops get. But is it too limited to be of practical value? Not if you know what you're getting.