Google's CEO takes Project Glass for a test drive.
It's almost like hooking up an Android smartphone to your HDTV, only with mouse and keyboard support.
Looking for a USB-shaped PC? One has already hit the market while a beefier, more costly offering is on the way.
Anonymous source talks Galaxy S III pre-orders.
How much RAM does your smartphone have?
Google has released generation 19 of its Chrome browser with one major feature addition.
Nvidia's getting serious in the wireless game.
Well, almost a day early.
The blue blur now available for your Android device and those rocking Tegra 3 get the special treatment.
A phone fit for an Olympian.
There is not much buzz surrounding Windows 8 tablets just yet.
It's finally here.
Let the countdown begin!
Samsung and Synopsis claim to have been first with a tape-out of an ARM processor based on the Cortex-A15 core.
Quad-core Exynos won't play nice with LTE.
Four leading mobile game developers divulge their thoughts on the rise of mobile gaming, the iOS vs. Android vs. WP7 industry face-off, the impact of HD tablets like the iPad 3, and whether mobile gaming is now...
Netgear is releasing a new 802.11ac router in May, starting at $199.99.
Can't wait until May 3rd for Samsung's big Galaxy unveiling? Well, neither could Samsung.
The new Transformer tablet from Asus costs less—and yet it still manages to impress us. A follow-up to the acclaimed Transformer Prime, the Tegra 3-powered Transformer Pad TF300T is perhaps the best bargain...
Mobile devices are expected to reach Xbox 360 level of graphic performance by 2014, if not sooner.
But it's only available in India.
Apple's new iPad is turning heads, but it's not the only compelling choice. Four months after its introduction, Asus' Transformer Prime TF201 shows us that tablets aren't exclusively content consumption...
If Intel's own CEO is correct, we'll see a Medfield phone launch before week's end.
Samsung is rumored to be delaying the launch of the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 because of a slight hardware revision.
European carrier say Nokia's line of Microsoft phones can't compete with offerings from Apple and Microsoft.
Selling Motorola Mobility after its acquisition would be just silly, but that's the latest rumor.