Samsung surprised all this week with the announcement of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 at its European Forum in Prague.
Apple has tapped up a number of component manufacturers and is all set to release its version of a connected TV by the end of 2012, according to US analyst Gene Munster.
Apple has announced that it has breathed new life into its iTunes education service, announcing a facelift for iTunes U and also a brand new dedicated app.
With all the talk of Google TV, it has to be remembered that the service hadn’t been available straight from a television until CES 2012, when a partnership with LG was announced.
Microsoft has made no secret of the fact that it is transforming the Xbox 360 in a media hub to extend the its life, but it looks as if the company is going a step further by adding PVR functionality to the next generation of the console.
Samsung may be about to bring another dimension to its Galaxy smartphone line-up, with the Samsung Galaxy S3 reported to arrive with 3D functionality, making it the Samsung Galaxy S3D.
Asus could be set to reveal a smaller version of the Asus Transformer Prime at CES 2012, unsurprisingly called the Asus Transformer Prime Mini.
Microsoft has made no secret that Apollo will be its next Windows Phone update after Tango but it seems we might be getting the release a little later than expected.