Highlights from the 2014 LA Auto Show

Will Shanklin

Gizmag compares the features and specs of the Nexus 6 (left) and Nexus 5

The definition of a Nexus device seems to change every year. Okay, so they do always run the latest version of stock Android, but things like pricing, how they're sold and how high-end their specs are have fluctuated. Let's see what it means to be a Nexus phone in 2014 vs. 2013, as we compare the Motorola Nexus 6 to the LG Nexus 5.  Read More

Gizmag reviews the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (Photo: Will Shanklin/Gizmag.com)

Samsung put the phablet category on the map with the original Galaxy Note. But with more companies than ever making large-screened smartphones, is the Note still the one to beat? Let's find out, as Gizmag reviews the US (AT&T) version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4.  Read More

Gizmag compares the specs and features of the Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro (left) and Apple MacBook P...

Lenovo is at it again, releasing a third-generation Yoga Pro laptop/tablet hybrid. Let's plop down the Yoga 3 Pro next to the MacBook Pro with Retina Display, to see how their features and specs compare.  Read More

All five of Lenovo's new tablets have asymmetrical designs, with a cylinder sitting on one...

If you're like us, the sight of "product engineer" Ashton Kutcher hocking the latest Lenovo devices makes for some great unintentional comedy. But once you get past the whole "celebrity pitchman posing as serious employee" thing, Mr. Kutcher did show off some unique new tablets at Lenovo's launch event today.  Read More

The Yoga 3 Pro takes Lenovo's familiar formula, and makes it lighter and thinner

To say Microsoft's 2-in-1 approach to Windows 8 (and 8.1) didn't go as planned would be a colossal understatement. But it did spawn a few success stories, including the Lenovo Yoga. The company is back with the 2014 version of its Windows flagship, the Yoga 3 Pro.  Read More

Microsoft Xim is a collaborative slideshow app, that lets friends and family browse throug...

Mobile app stores are full of photo-sharing services, and they're all trying to be the next big thing. But how many of them really change anything (well, apart from who you're giving your money to)? Microsoft Research has a new service that could actually change the way you share photos. Meet Xim.  Read More

HTC may be trying to tap the eternally fickle teenage girl demographic with the Desire Eye

Selfie fans, HTC thinks it has the phone for you. The Desire Eye takes mobile self-portraits to a new extreme with a 13-megapixel front-facing camera.  Read More

Microsoft demonstrated impressive new research based on grip sensors in styluses and table...

If you own a Galaxy Note or Surface Pro, then you probably already know how useful a stylus can be. Much more than a faux finger, a digital pen can give you a sense of precision and control that your meathooks just can't replicate. But based on the work going on in Microsoft Research, the stylus still isn't close to reaching its full potential.  Read More

If the report is accurate, we could see Tim Cook telling us about the next iPad Air (and i... With iPhones out of the way, the Apple spotlight is now ready to shift to iPads. We now reportedly know when the company will be pulling back the curtain on its next-gen tablets: Oct. 16.  Read More

Google X labs is reportedly working on a modular display made up of many smaller screens (...

We've seen some wild "moonshot" projects out of Google throughout the years. You know, Google Glass, self-driving cars and the like. Well, we can now add one more wacky idea to the list. The internet giant is reportedly trying to figure out how to create a large modular display made up of many smaller displays. The Voltron of screens, if you will.  Read More

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