Innovative intelligence has spurred radical evolvements in mobile, none of which as greater as the smartphone. Mobile indulgence isn't just a rip-roaring fad, it's a phenomenon that's made mobile the fastest adopted technology of the past three decades. Whether it's the sweeping iPhone line, or the sharp Android lineage, or groundbreaking quad-core breakthroughs, the era well and truly belongs to mobile.The "thinnest, lightest, & fastest iPhone ever" (with A6 connotations) has broken all sorts of records in a faraway China. The iPhone 5 hangs on advancements like iOS 6 & svelte designing (including the much debated 'Lightening' charging). But the real deal: speed. It's stunningly fast browsing, camera, videos, graphics, gaming has once again fired up life in the fast lane. Meanwhile iCloud iterations continue weaving iTunes, Mac, Windows, Apple TV into a singular content stream by assembling content across iMessages, Siri, Apple Store etc into an
The mother of all 'tube' iterations—smart TV springs open possibilities virtually too good to be conceived a few years ago. Talk about rental streaming, surfing Google maps, Skype video conferencing or making your personal photo albums accessible on the tube—'smart' does it! And not to forget, it also means accessing apps, playing along your app store collections, getting on with browsing and accessing home network files—all on a single 'smart' interface. With Wi-Fi gradually making its way in, 'smart' is all set to get smarter. Pushing the envelope on Cloud, Apple is turning living room screens into "an area of intense interest." With boosts like Remote app 2.0, multiple Apple products owners get to better sync their gadgetry with Apple TV, which means more sharing, playing, and richer entertainment on best-in-class UI. Google meanwhile is on a high with its runaway success of Google Maps for iOS, which gives Google the edge over Apple in terms of location-based apps.
On the gadget front, Galaxy line has cut out a hallmark of HD-incorporated intelligence that shall soon be replicated across Android's extended families; Sony's Xperia would possibly be the first among equals. The Android clan is continuing with its extension of top-flight specs into a greater array of mid-range devices. A wider spectrum of devices now flaunt 4G LTE, HSPA+ support; dual-core fire power, HD-viewing, and other top-notch features. Galaxy SIII has already been billed as the Belly Jean-powered rival to the iPhone 5.
Nexus 4, Galaxy SIII, Note II are still living up to their billing as international hot sellers riding on powerful quad-core bursts, LTE support, compelling form factors, generous chassis, and marquee multimedia features. After smartphones, tablets are fast rewarding users with a scale of experience as gratifying as the PC. 10-inchers like iPad4 and Note 10, and the sumptuously large Kindle Fire 8.9"have broken size barriers to create a niche parallel to the still loved small-screen contraptions like Nexus 7, Kindle Fire and iPad Mini. The latest, Microsoft's Surface RT should add further spice to an already bustling tablet world…