In the inaugural edition of Dealerscope Week in Review, Joe Paone discusses Ron Johnson's new Enjoy concept, Denon's new entry-level speaker, Sharp's new Roku TVs, the passing of Leigh Adams and the return of Brian Dunn
Dealerscope is now accepting nominations for this year's edition of 40 Under 40.
In the past few days, Apple has released a lot of information about the Apple Watch launch. The company has announced it will begin accepting preorders for the wearable on April 10, and more recently it was revealed in-store pickups would be possible on April 24. If a customer has preordered their Apple Watch, they will be able to pick up the device in a retail location on the watch’s release day.
The iPad turned five on April 3, and while none could deny that the Apple tablet has been successful in the intervening half-decade, what's more interesting is trying to pin down the chief cause of its continued ability to impress users and find a place in their computing workflow.
Audio America announced the addition of two key vendors to its line kind. The distributor is now carrying products from Ubiquiti Networks and URC’s Total Control.
4K content has slowly but surely become more common, but Apple is not going to help the market along. BuzzFeed News is reporting that sources have revealed the forthcoming Apple TV update is not going to include support for the higher resolution content.
OnePlus launched the OnePlus One last year, a high end smartphone that offered an excellent value to the consumer. A couple of days ago OnePlus announced OxygenOS, an operating system based on Android Lollipop 5.0.2, available for OnePlus One owners.
Rumor has it that we'll get a long-overdue hardware refreshfor the Apple TV set-top box at WWDC this year, along with an SDK that will let developers make applications for the platform without Apple's direct involvement.
Roku media players will now alert users when the price of a movie they're interested in watching goes down.
It really might've been better if Samsung had just ignored SquareTrade bending, deforming, and ultimately destroying its latest flagship smartphone. But that's not what's happening.
The Technology & Business Summit is set to take place once again in Arizona next week. The event is set for April 14 at the Talking Stick Resort in Scottsdale.
Garmin, which makes GPS-equipped fitness watches among other devices, is likely to suffer in the face of increased competition from Apple and other companies now making smartwatches, analysts at Citi said in a note published Monday, Business Insiderreports.
Both the Galaxy S6 Edge and iPhone 6 Plus bent at approximately 110 pounds of pressure, according totests performed by third-party warranty firm SquareTrade. Unlike the iPhone - which merely bent - the S6 Edge suffered a cracked screen as well.