The Note II will be here before you know it.
There was some hefty criticism Nvidia had to face from the Linux community about its tight grip on its Tegra graphics core.
Motorola wants you to know you won't get lost using a Droid RAZR.
Eric Schmidt talks about the possibility of Google Maps for iOS 6.
Today, Google and GitHub unveil the mysterious project RoboHornet. This ambitious all-in-one Web browser performance benchmark is like no other seen before, and we have early access! Will RoboHornet become the...
Silicon Power has released a portable hard drive that can share media wirelessly to mobile devices.
Samsung's Galaxy S III finally gets some love in the battery-case department.
Samsung is reportedly preparing more patent infringement claims against Apple.
PowerA's MOGA brings you one step closer to the ultimate mobile gaming experience.
This Kickstarter project features a Bluetooth mobile keyboard that can be folded into a box.
Heads up, Android users.
There goes another retailer, refusing to carry current and future Kindle tablets and eReaders.
A report coming out of Taiwan suggests that Medfield is "struggling" against the ARM processor manufacturers.
Samsung just couldn't resist taking another shot at Apple.
Amazon's Cloud Player is finally coming to the United Kingdom, just in time for the Kindle Fire launch.
It's one small step towards kicking Google off its Kindle Fire tablets.
Slide shows Asus' Windows 8 slates won't be cheap.
Phone will launch in UK, France, Germany, Argentina, Brazil and Mexico to start with.
Why clutter your office with a bulky desktop when you can purchase this PC-on-a-stick packed with Android goodness?
Company wants staff using the same devices as its users.
HTC files a patent infringement suit against Apple for its LTE-capable iPhone 5, and Samsung may soon follow.
Samsung couldn't resist taking a jab at Apple's newest phone.
Google mobile chief tweets an impressive milestone for Android.
Smartphone concept docks into a collection of devices to become a tablet, laptop or PC.
Consumers can now purchase the 7-inch Kindle Fire HD and the revamped Kindle Fire.
Google supposedly threatened to cut off Android support to Acer if the handset maker launches a phone with a rival mobile OS.