Samsung has announced a Wi-Fi version of the Galaxy Camera, offering budding photographers a way to more easily share their photos and save backups.
Facebook will unveil a new homescreen for Android on Thursday, making the social network a central element of a user's device, while HTC is also set to launch a Facebook phone to support the new software launch.
Samsung is rumored to release the Galaxy S4 Mini in Europe in late June.
Still thinking about getting the OUYA console? This partnership might make your decision a little bit easier. OUYA and MakerBot are offering plans that will allow users to have their own console designs printed.
T-Mobile drops a bombshell at its latest press conference. The Company announces it will release the Samsung Galaxy S4 on May 1.
HTC has delayed the launch of the HTC One smartphone, potentially hurting sales of the new flagship model.
Cats are not just for Christmas or YouTube videos—they can make good gaming partners too. Providing you have a tablet computer for them to play on.
Andy Rubin, the guy behind Google's wildly successful mobile operating system Android, is stepping down from his post, handing the important role to another.
Security researchers have discovered a major vulnerability in Android phones that allows encryption to be circumvented if the device is frozen for an hour.
Adobe has launched the Photoshop Touch app for smartphones, letting iPhone and Android users employ touch-based gestures for image design and manipulation on the go.
Mozilla will be introducing their operating system for smart phones this July. Firefox OS equipped smartphones will be the first built entirely to open Web standards, allowing for HTML5 application development.
Yota Devices, which gained acclaim at CES 2013 for their dual-display Android Yotaphone featuring an e-ink display on the backside of the AMOLED display, has announced that they will work with Singapore's Hi-P to produce the device, with a scheduled release date in mid-2013.
This week alone, approximately 7 million iPhones and iPad users have used a new hacking app called ‘evasi0n’. Evasi0n allows one to jailbreak an iPhone or iPad quite easily and in just a few minutes time.
Geanee Japan develops their version of an Android-on-a-stick device, the ADH-42. Aside from the slightly upgraded specs, it uses the Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) OS, and has an available market alternative to Google Play.
Sony has unveiled what it claims is the world's thinnest and lightest 10-inch tablet computer, measuring just 6.9mm in thickness, weighing just 1.1lb, and powered by Google's popular Android operating system.
APC just unveiled their first ever Mini PC constructed with an actual paperboard cover. The system comes combined with a Rock APC board and will be available for order in March of this year.
ZTE has unveiled the world's thinnest 5-inch full high-definition (FHD) smartphone, the Grand S, offering a powerful system under the hood and LTE connectivity.
Nvidia has announced Project SHIELD, a portable gaming console that can play Android games or stream games from the Steam library of Nvidia-powered PCs.
Google's latest data shows that usage of Android, ‘Jellybean’ has broken the 10% mark for the first time in six months. Android’s most popular version, 2.3, Gingerbread has dropped below 50%.
You would almost think that there is a war brewing between two of tech's giants as news comes today that Google appears to be blocking Windows Phone users from accessing Google Maps.