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Vertu says Windows Phone 8 was too difficult to work with.
Now you can send a video message to your friends and family using Skype.
The portable console's retail launch is just around the corner.
After teasing us at CES 2013, Archos finally launched its Platinum line of tablets.
Bye bye, 4G.
The video may have been fake, but the product seems to be the real deal.
All the top 40 tracks you can stomach.
Google's smartphone to be announced during I/O event.
Devices sporting the new Tegra 4 SoC won't appear on the market until August or September.
No surprise there: HP has chosen Android as the OS of choice for its upcoming tablet.
Sales reached 1.75 billion in 2012, a 1.7 percent decrease from 2011.
Two technology giants have been locked in several lawsuits for years.
Google-owned Motorola leads with two devices.
7-inch tablets and new touch-screen ultrabooks standing expected to dominate.
Display is covered with sapphire glass, while its body is made out of titanium.
South Korean firm discusses Apple's strategy of entering a market and dominating it.
The company behind the Chromebook Pixel video is now in question.
Trio of handsets forms L Series II lineup.
1.4 billion smartphones expected to be activated.
Cook didn't want to tamper relationship due to its competitors' parts required for iOS devices.
In-demand smartphone shipped more than 375,000 units by the start of January.
Ouya plans to release a new console every year.
Manufacturer Asus said to be ditching Nvidia's Tegra 4.
Google has a puppy running around in the Chromium code.
134 million units includes 46.2 million units qualifying as tablets.