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.
Online bookstore Amazon is seeking to expand further into the hardware arena with talks to buy the mobile chip division of Texas Instruments.
Apple may have revoked its green certification some time ago after asking EPEAT (Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool) to remove all of its products from the green registry, however, they have a new form of packing technology that is biodegradable before your eyes – with some warm water.
Microsoft has developed a wrist-worn sensor that maps the movements of the user's hands, paving the way for a possibly more sophisticated form of motion control gaming, but might also be used for other everyday activities like changing TV channels.
Some iPhone 5 users have noticed a peculiar and annoying issue with the iPhone 5's camera, which can cause purple flares and streaks to appear in photos. To remedy the problem, Apple recommended that users simply hold the phone differently.
Welcome Nokia to the Apple bashing club! The Finnish corporation's Lumia 920 has already made quite a splash in the tech sphere, even though the device isn't due to be released until the end of this year. Now, they've released an ad for the phone, which contrasts the colorful Lumia 920 against Apple's bleak iPhone
Nissan has unveiled a self-driving car that can park itself and drive up to a passenger when called, adding to a growing arena of autonomous automobiles.
Samsung is to make a major announcement next week, widely expected to be the Samsung Galaxy S III Mini.
Investors were more or less stunned on Thursday, when RIM's quarterly results were released. Today, more hope emerged for the struggling company as share prices increased 8%, buying the company more wiggle space for the sales of BlackBerry 10 next year.
Nokia has cut the prices of two of its leading smartphones as it prepares to launch new models in November.
Samsung has patched a major vulnerability in its flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S III, which could lead to an accidental wipe of all data on the device.
Today, prominent iOS figure pod2g announced that he is not currently working on a jailbreak for iOS6, which leaves doubts about when the new iPhone 5 will finally be cracked for the public.
Apple executive Philip Schiller responded to a concerned customer via email, explaining that the tendency of the iPhone 5 to scuff is “normal”, due to its aluminum backing.
Kabam has partnered with Warner Bros. to deliver two web and mobile games based on the upcoming The Hobbit movie trilogy.
Tomorrow Research In Motion (RIM) will hold the BlackBerry Jam Americas in San Jose, California. It is expected that more of BlackBerry 10 will be revealed, but probably not any new hardware.
Three days after the launch of the iPhone 5, Apple reports it sold five million phones. As any lay person might expect, the Cupertino company is pleased – but others aren't.
A patent by Apple has been revealed, detailing a method for unlocking electronic devices by facial detection. This is obviously related to other patents by Apple which have surfaced, regarding face and object recognition in general.
At an event in New York City, HTC revealed two more Windows 8 smartphone offerings, including what will be HTC's flagship Windows 8 device, the HTC Windows Phone 8X.
Motorola has unveiled the RAZR i, its first smartphone to be powered by an Intel Atom processor, boasting high speeds and a long-lasting battery life.
Yahoo's CEO, Marissa Mayer, has authorised the company to give all of its US employees a complementary iPhone 5, or an Android or Windows Phone 8 device, putting an end to its previous reliance on BlackBerry phones.