Fujitsu launches its Skin Memory service, a cloud-based service that provides a relatively comprehensive skin analysis using a smartphone's camera.
Adblock Plus has launched free app for Android devices that disables adverts in the mobile browser and even inside other apps.
Samsung has sold five million units of its recently-released smartphone/tablet hybrid, the Galaxy Note II, making it one of the most successful launch periods for the company.
Despite the market only booming in the last few years, the smartphone is 20 years old today, but modern devices have come a long way since then.
If you grew up in the 1990s, you will remember the craze that was Tamagotchi, and those little digital lives are about to get new life thanks to a new line of products and a dedicated website from Bandai.
A slew of Apple apps have inexplicably ended up in the Google Play Store. However, instead of being able to run some foreign apps on your android device, you'll find that these fake apps don't work.
Older phone users running Android v2.2 now have available to them an updated version of Firefox. Mozilla says the update for the open source web browser was made to support a large list of ARM v6 hardware that is on a lot of popular but older model phones.
The ever vocal Steve Ballmer, CEO of Microsoft, has strongly criticised Apple and Android, suggesting Windows Phone is the best of both worlds.
I-O Data Device Inc. presents their new wireless network camera, the TS-WLCAM. It can connect on all of your mobile devices and computers that are connected to your local network, and can even be accessed remotely from the web.
The successor to Ginwave's popular Gnote smart phone came out this month. It offers users a 5.3 inch screen that they can write on with an attached stylus, along with other industry-standard bells and whistles, all at less than half the price of a Galaxy Note 2.
Google has updated its Maps app for Android devices to include the interiors of many stores, helping consumers more easily navigate their way around this holiday season.
According to recent reports from China Telecom, CoolPad's latest flagship 4.7-inch Android smartphone, the HD 9960, will go on sale later this month. The biggest surprise, however, is that the phone will come with a Nvidia penta-core chip inside.
US coffee company Starbucks has started accepting payments made using the Square Wallet mobile app, paving the way for cashless enjoyment of a hot beverage in roughly 7,000 Starbucks outlets.
ZTE received the first orders today for its new Andoid phone that's equipped with the U950 quad-core processor. It's not the first Chinese smart phone to include a quad-core processor but the U950 is receiving a lot of attention for its price. It comes with all the bells and whistles for the equivalent of
TV lovers might want to hold off on buying that new Galaxy Tab 2 or Kindle Fire. NEC has announced a round of improvements to their super thin Lifetouch L tablet that should make it very attractive to those mainly looking to use their tablets for TV and movies.
Google's Android mobile operating system is just four years old and has managed to grow at an incredible rate, ruling a whopping 75 percent of the smartphone market in the third quarter of this year.
eBook Japan, a very long time distributor of electronically published content on the web, now plans to directly go where they really belong, by releasing their own e-content optimized 7-inch tablet.
Electronic Arts has launched Criterion’s Need For Speed Most Wanted in stores and as a digital download from Origin.com, paving the way for a racing experience that puts social competition at the heart of things.
Taiwan Mobile has announced the upcoming launch of the Amazing A2 smartphone, an upgraded version of the Amazing A1 released in May. Update: Chinese VR-Zone has a review of the Amazing A2 over at their site.
Japan has finally set the release date for the Galaxy Tab 7.7 Plus SC-01E, a 7.7-inch tablet that is specifically built for ultra high-speed LTE networks.