Slated to get underway in brick and mortar stores at 6 pm today, Best Buy’s highly anticipated Black Friday “doorbusters” are live early online, with Samsung’s Galaxy S4 and S4 Active two of the all-around stars of the promotion.
Probably realizing the freshly unveiled One max is bound to be a dud, HTC continues to ride One’s wave of popularity in the short time left to the formal intro of the upgraded version, codenamed M8.
Barnes & Noble is not only working on a Tegra 4-powered fresh Nook tablet, but it’s also making ample efforts to turn one of the old slates into the best, cheapest, hottest gadget to buy this holiday season.
The UMI X2S is no longer the sole candidate for the title of world’s first smartphone packing a “true” octa-core CPU, as Huawei is apparently gearing up for Glory 4’s rollout.
As if pricing the Moto G like no other smartphone close to its caliber wasn’t enough to prove Motorola means business, the Google-owned company has revised the 4.5-incher’s initially announced US release timeline, putting it up for grabs already.
Walmart, Best Buy, Target, Verizon, Microsoft, Amazon and Apple are no longer the only retailers with their Black Friday 2013 cards on the table, as Newegg and Fry’s Electronics have also spilled the holiday celebratory beans.
Despite numerous reports floating around in regards to upcoming Xperia devices, Sony continues to keep a tight rein on its future mobile plans, which is why the latest unofficial pic starring the Z1 next to a mystery handheld leaves us all scratching our heads.
HTC’s next-gen flagship device, supposedly codenamed M8, has been fully detailed following its first benchmarking visit at AnTuTu and seems to carry a bittersweet spec sheet.
A recent GFX Bench featuring a BNTV800 suggests that a Tegra 4-powered Nook is in development.
An enigmatic HTC gadget chaotically codenamed 0P6B120 and rumored to be One’s follow-up has allegedly been benchmarked through AnTuTu, scoring well over 36,000 points and thus edging every Android phone out and about in raw performance.
Eric Schmidt wants more users on Android and has written a guide detailing how to make the switch to an Android device from the iPhone.
According to an alleged Samsung internal roadmap leaked to the press, the Galaxy S4 and Note 3 are to unsurprisingly score Android 4.4 updates the first in the company’s line-up, sometime in January 2014, followed soon after by the S3 and Note 2.
November 12 came and went and, while we’re still not an inch closer to finding out the exact launch date of the Sony Xperia Z1S, a fresh batch of photos remind the world it’s coming and paint a fairly gloomy pricing picture.
Hit-and-miss Taiwanese online publication Digitimes adds fuel to the Nokia Lumia 2020 fire, claiming the 8-inch tablet also known as “Illusionist” will land in the first quarter of 2014.
After going on record with concrete Android 4.4 KitKat update plans for a raft of spanking new devices currently running Jelly Bean, Sony has turned its attention to a few older and more technically modest gadgets, indirectly confirming they’re also due for software bumps.
So far focused solely on premium Android slates with extravagant price tags and more recently, tabs based on Windows 8.1, Toshiba has finally come out with a Nexus 7 2013 “killer” wannabe of its own, dubbed simply the Excite 7.
Google-owned Motorola is moving mighty fast with Android 4.4 updates, rolling out the chocolaty new KitKat OS to the Verizon Moto X as we speak and working out the kinks of the OTA for close to a dozen other handhelds.
The first custom ROM for the Galaxy Gear brings a lot of interesting features to the smartwatch.
This is the first time Google is selling a mobile device through the Play Store in India.
Exciting news out of China for mobile enthusiasts, as local superstar and international key player wannabe ZTE has taken the wraps off the Nubia Z5S and Z5S Mini handhelds.