Samsung's bid to provide its own mobile operating system in addition to Android has faced numerous roadblocks in its years of development as the Korean electronics giant tries to compete with OS giants such as Google and Apple.
Although the iPad has been losing market share, the Apple device is still the best-selling tablet on the market. Analysts predict its sales will rise as result of Apple's partnership with IBM.
A Morgan Stanley analyst predicts Apple will sell between 30 and 60 million units of the rumored iWatch during its first year, in large part due to brand loyalty.
The two Android-operated smart watches are bringing wearable technologies one step closer to the mainstream. We break down what you need to know to understand these two devices.
Google's Android Wear, its mobile operating system for wearable devices such as smart watches, introduced more than 20 apps that can be downloaded from the Google Play store. But will it affect the way people think of wearables?
On Wednesday, the first of the two-day Google I/O developer's conference in San Francisco, the search giant announced updates to its Android mobile operating system, as well as plans to expand Android into the car, onto the television, and onto your wrist.
Android updates, an in-car operating system, and smart watches are on the docket to look for at Google's upcoming I/O Conference.