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Google and Samsung are now sharing patents with each other.
No more Nexus after next year?
The latest version of GFXBench is arriving on Android first.
Qualcomm strengthens its position with patents from HP.
Is Google taking on Apple's iPhone 5C with some colorful phones of its own?
Sharp is launching a tablet and smartphone packed with its IGZO displays.
Sony is taking away the Xperia Z Ultra's radio and selling it as a tablet.
Apple's head of marketing, Phil Schiller, said Samsung's devices resembling the iPhone made it "much harder" to effectively distinguish the two lines of products.
The US Patent office has published a patent application from Apple Inc. titled "Power management systems for accepting adapter and solar power in electronic devices."
There's a new flagship smartphone in town. The LG-made Nexus 5 offers a fast Snapdragon platform, LTE for all markets, a 5” 1080p display, and Android 4.4 “KitKat”. Best of all, the 16 GB model sells for...
LG's G Flex heals like Wolverine.
HP now has a 6-inch and 7-inch "phablet" and they run Android instead of WebOS.
Is Sony holding some stuff back for Mobile World Congress?
We go hands-on with Huawei's new Android console.
Is it a match made in Heaven?
Tom's Hardware's editorial team combed through CES 2014 in Las Vegas and came up with 12 different products that caught our eyes in different ways. Read on for more depth on why we assembled the following list...
Face to face with Huawei's latest Ascend Mate.
We went hands on with Lenovo's A859!
A wireless library for your iPad.
At long last, the G Flex is on its way to American shores.
Good things come in small packages.
So, a new Consumer Electronics Show is upon us, and with it a new set of revisions to Imagination Technologies' PowerVR Rogue GPU core - as made famous in last year's Apple A7 SoC.
Meizu's MX3 is finally coming to the USA.
A phone worthy of flagship status.
Where has your phone been?
Sony's flagship Android device is back and better than ever.