Evan Blass, who's well known for accurately leaking upcoming devices, has posted a picture of what could be another new Samsung device, the Galaxy J Max, a large phablet sporting a 7-inch screen.
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The latest statistics release by Valve reveal that 95.50% of all Steam gamers are using Windows on their machines, and 44.96% of these users are utilizing the 64-bit version of Windows 10.
We interview Eve's CEO and co-founder about the company's past and the upcoming crowd-developed Windows 10 2-in-1 device, "Project: Pyramid Flipper", also dubbed by many as the "Surface killer".
Amazon has unveiled some new models for its Fire HD 10 tablet today, adding an all-new silver aluminum casing. The firm also added an option for a 64GB model, currently only available in aluminum.
Eve has announced that its upcoming crowd-developed Windows 10 2-in-1 device will sport Intel's 7th-gen Kaby Lake CPUs. The device will feature a form factor similar to Microsoft's Surface devices.
Dell has unveiled a number of new 2-in-1 devices aimed at all price points. Perhaps the splashiest device is the 17-inch Inspiron 7000 convertible, featuring a Skylake Core CPU and an infrared camera.
Ahead of the Computex expo, Asus has unveiled a number of new tablets, inspired by Microsoft's Surface line. The Asus Transformer 3 tablets claim to offer style and power in an affordable package.
In an effort to tap into the large enterprise and government sectors in India, Samsung has launched the 7" Galaxy Tab Iris, with built in iris recognition technology and biometric capabilities.
The latest data coming from Western Europe shows that convertible devices and detachable tablets have a bright future ahead, even as the overall PC market continues to decline.
Nokia has just announced that it is getting back into the smartphone world with new Android smartphones. But it's doing so indirectly, through a new company that's licensing the Nokia brand
WhatsApp has announced the launch of its new desktop app for Mac and Windows PCs - but the Windows version isn't a Universal app for Windows 10; in fact, it's supported all the way back to Windows 8.
Twitter has announced that from April 15, it will terminate support on Windows for its TweetDeck application - a favorite among power users - directing users to switch to TweetDeck on the web instead.
Windows 10 64-bit is now used by 34.01% of Steam gamers, just behind Windows 7 64-bit on 34.21% - but when you combine the 32- and 64-bit variants of each OS, the gap between them remains much larger.
Lenovo has unveiled a new line of tablets dubbed the TAB3. There's a 10-inch, a 7-inch and an 8-inch model, with the first one being aimed at businesses, while the latter two designed for families.
Microsoft released important fixes and updates for Windows 10, but the company also addressed security flaws in older versions of its operating system. This included six issues, deemed 'Critical'.
Windows Store, the platform Microsoft launched to download and buy software on Windows, has now officially received a total of three billion visits since the launch of Windows 10 last year.
Canonical has announced the latest Ubuntu powered device - the Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition tablet. This tablet can switch to desktop mode Ubuntu by connecting a Bluetooth keyboard and mouse.
The latest Steam survey numbers are out and they have revealed increased adoption of Microsoft's latest OS among users of the gaming platform, while Windows 7 and 8 have continued to decline.
Microsoft's Surface range is struggling even against the iPad Pro despite the detachable tablet market seeing significant growth as consumers look to replace their PCs with tablets packing more power.
Windows 10's growth is really starting to show now; only six months after its release, it is now the second most-used version of Windows. Windows 7 still holds an impressive slice of the pie though.
Jolla will ship its last 540 Tablets next month, but "thousands" of other customers will be offered half of their refund this quarter, and the other half in 2017 - "financial situation permitting".
Nokia has promised new hardware for 2016. And with the recent release of a new promotional video, two devices used in it, a tablet and a phone, are being touted as upcoming releases.
It's been two years since Dell released the Venue 8 Pro, but now, its successor is available, with a much updated spec that include a Full HD display, LTE connectivity, and Windows 10.
From the end of 8 and the power of R, to Continuum coolness, PC sales slides, HoloLens battery life, and Microsoft's iPad Pro put-down, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
We're giving away a Linx 7 Windows tablet, which includes a free one-year Office 365 Personal subscription, along with a Microsoft Universal Mobile Keyboard, compatible with Windows, iOS and Android!
While Microsoft was happy to talk up productivity on Apple's iPad Pro at the device's launch, it still believes its Surface Pro 4 is superior, as it's "a full PC, running full apps."
Those still on Windows 8.0 will need to upgrade to a newer version of Microsoft's OS as of today or else risk using a less secure operating system as its support period comes to a close.
Samsung's new ultra-thin tablet weighs less than 700g, and features an Intel Core M processor, 4GB RAM, up to 256GB SSD, optional 4G LTE Cat 6, 12-inch 2160x1440px Super AMOLED screen, and more.
Lenovo is launching updated devices before the start of CES 2016, including a 'modular tablet' that can be customized to fit the user's needs. Also on the list is an upgraded Yoga convertible.
After clawing itself back from the brink of bankruptcy, Jolla has dropped a new bombshell by announcing that not all backers of its crowdfunded Jolla Tablet will actually receive the device.
In 2016 we may finally see Ubuntu achieve its convergence goal. This will see the same OS run across phones, tablets and desktops. It's unclear if this functionality will arrive for the LTS release.
Mozilla has released a new update for its flagship web browser, introducing a 64-bit version for Windows PCs. The update also increases performance and security on all platforms.
A new update to the Xbox One Wireless Adapter driver makes it possible to use the device on any Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 PC, despite the initial launch unit being restricted to Windows 10.
A couple of weeks after overhauling its web interface, and releasing a new app for Mac, WordPress.com has launched a new app for Windows, which it says is "simple, seamless and blazingly fast" to use.
Microsoft has recently updated its Certificate Trust List after private keys belonging to a digital certificate for its Xbox Live domain had been disclosed.
New renders allegedly showcasing a cancelled "Nokia/Microsoft Mercury" tablet device have leaked online. No details or specifications of the device are known as of yet.
A pair of analysts reveal the current state of Windows tablet adoption and point toward a steady and meaningful increase of marketshare for Microsoft's OS over the next few years.
A follow up to last year's hugely popular MiPad, the MiPad 2 promises the same high quality and performance that the last generation was known for, along with one new addition... Windows 10.
The latest 2-in-1 from E Fun is now available, and for $139 you can net yourself a low-end tablet and detachable keyboard paired with a copy of Windows 10 and Microsoft Office.
Microsoft has updated its Windows Lifecycle Fact Sheet to indicate that OEMs have only a year more left before they starting clearing inventory of machines with Windows 7/8.1 pre-installed.
Respawn Entertainment has partnered with Nexon and Particle City in an effort to bring Titanfall games to Android and iOS platforms in 2016, promising a "deep rich mobile experience".
Following over 110 million downloads and months of feedback from customers, Microsoft is making several changes to Windows 10 upgrade paths, making it a simpler and more user-friendly process.
NASCAR has released its official app for Windows 10 promising targeted news, video and social content in an easy-to-use format which can be customized according to the user's preference.
Samsung is touting the Galaxy Tab S2 as the thinnest tablet on the market. The high-end hardware you'll find in the device (Exynos 7 Octa, 2,048x1536 Super AMOLED display) make it a serious contender.
HP has officially announced its previously leaked Envy 8 Note tablet powered by Windows 10. The device includes a stylus and an optional keyboard dock that is bigger than the tablet itself.
The same companies that were quick to deride Microsoft's Surface tablet line in 2012 are now copying some of its unique features with their new tablets.
New information about an Android-powered tablet from Google called Pixel C has just emerged, revealing details such as detachable keyboard support, USB Type-C connector and a high-res display.
According to recently released hardware recommendations, Microsoft views small Windows 10 Mobile tablets (those with screens less than 8 inches) as low-cost, low-end devices.
Following the heartbreaking news that our games from the noughties will no longer run in Windows 10 due to the removal of certain DRM support, Microsoft has now killed it in Vista, 7 and 8.
Microsoft thought we'd fall in love with touch on our PCs with Windows 8, but many new Windows 10 notebooks and desktops still lack touchscreen support today. How much does this feature matter to you?