Amazon revealed two Kindle Fire HD tablets, the Kindle Paperwhite e-reader, and various new services including a 4G LTE package. Nope, no Amazon phone today.
Cricket and Radioshack launch two new contract-free phones.
Less than a year after it entered the tablet space, Amazon is preparing an entry into the smartphone market.
Motorola improves its Droid RAZR line with bigger screens and better batteries.
A source has stepped forward prior to Amazon's press event to reveal next-generation Nook Tablet details.
It looks like Orange's QuickTap mobile payments service isn't going anywhere, despite the fact that the carrier's parent company just signed a five-year deal with MasterCard.
Now you can watch content on your mobile device without a network connection.
Something PIG is coming...
This Android phone comes with a 5-inch screen and a Rubberdium pen for tablet-like applications.
Just in time for the holiday rush.
Two UK networks confirm plans to carry newest Galaxy Note device.
Giving some buttons to your touch screen device.
The Kindle Fire 2 may feature GPS and a mapping service provided by Nokia.
Galaxy Camera and Galaxy Note II owners will have oodles of storage to go with their new gadgets.
Amazon this week rolled out its Amazon Appstore to several European countries.
Samsung wins in Japan after heavy blow of US loss.
Check out the new Kindle Touch!
The two CEOs are reportedly talking about the patent disputes. Is an end to the madness coming soon?
Amazon says the Kindle Fire is sold out. We say Amazon is making room for the Kindle refresh sweep next month.
Lenovo is attacking Apple's iPad on three fronts, offering 7, 9 and 10-inch Android 4.0 tablets.
A camera that can play Angry Birds and upload photos directly to your social network of choice.
LG has introduced the next sexy installment to its slim line of L-Series Android-based phones.
Motorola has confirmed that it will be announcing its first Intel-based phone next month. The new device will make its debut on September.
What do you get when you combine a game controller with a 7-inch Android tablet? The Archos GamePad.
Sony's latest Android tablet will arrive on September 7 and feature better remote control functionality than the non-Xperia version released last year.
The tablet phone gets an even bigger screen.