The latest influx of cash enables Cyanogen Inc. to double in size, with a new Chinese office in the works.
As promised, ZeptoLab today released Cut the Rope 2 for iOS.
Less than 24 hours after bringing word of the latest deadline rumored for Nokia Lumia 929’s release and the phone’s surprising final market name – Lumia Icon – new sources weigh in on both the ETA and device branding.
Microsoft pulled a Surface Pro 2 firmware update it rolled out last week after it was discovered that the update was causing battery drain issues.
2015 might see Apple not only diversifying its supply chain, but also adopting an advanced fabrication process for its mobile chips.
After endless speculation, Apple has finally confirmed the Mac Pro 2013 release date.
The long rumored and up until recently highly anticipated 5-inch version of the Nokia Lumia 1520, supposedly dubbed Lumia 929, has again been “delayed”, and now looks bound to hit the ground running in January.
Microsoft continues to grab attention from Xbox 360 and Xbox One owners trying to watch custom content directly through the game console, as the living room continues to go digital.
A recent Nielsen study reveals that Facebook is the top mobile app of 2013. Also on the list are other social networking apps like Twitter and Instagram. Google dominates the top 10 list, however, and is the number one U.S. web brand for the year.
LG’s first 4K monitor will feature an ultra-widescreen panel with a resolution of 4096 x 2160. A 34-inch and 29-inch monitor with an UltraWide resolution of 3440 x 1440 will also be launched at the same time, with all models being showcased at LG’s booth at the CES next month.
Oppo took to Twitter today to confirm that its next handset, the Find 7, will come with a QHD screen.
Samsung never sleeps, that much we’ve always known about the Android kings, and the first three months of 2014 shall prove it once again, as the Koreans are rumored to unveil four, count’em four new tablets.
Nokia’s alleged second tablet, known on the inside as the “Illusionist” and said to be ultimately branded as the Lumia 2020, has been purportedly canceled for mysterious reasons, according to fairly reliable sources.
Danish organization Asetek wins the innovation award for its RackCDU cooling solution.
The world’s first “true” octa-core packing smartphone, UMI’s X2S, became official a couple of months ago, but now the Huawei Honor 3X has rolled out and intends to make quite a few waves, thanks primarily to unbeatable affordability.
If the agreement goes through, the iPhone will see a significant bump in its market share in China.
One of the first non-Nexus and non-Google Play Edition Android devices to get bumped up to the latest and greatest software version, 4.4 KitKat, will apparently be LG’s G2, slated for the update this month in Korea.
Apple has started seeding the second beta of iOS 7.1 to registered developers, taking yet another step towards unveiling the first major iterative update to iOS 7.
Om Nom comes back, hungrier than ever for candy.
During a recent podcast, Sony boss Jack Tretton revealed a surprising sale figure for Amazon's PS4 sales and also discusses how the company plans to deal with the high level of consumer demand.