The three new Moga controllers are now in stores.
The GSM version of the Motorola Moto G is now available, with the CDMA version following soon.
A number of key people have left the building.
Samsung has released another Galaxy Grand smartphone.
2014 looks to be an exciting year for mobile technology.
Could iPhone 6 have an almost 5-inch display?
The notion of making calls above 10,000 feet is heating up again.
But they're GSM, so you can't use them on any network you want.
Foxconn will likely manufacture high-end devices in the United States.
Amazon hasn't said how long this discount is going to last.
Carriers think they're missing out on cash if a kill switch is implemented.
Motorola is on an update spree with Android 4.4, starting with the MOTO X.
Qualcomm introduced three new products, one of which is the Snapdragon 805.
The Windows RT 8.1 offering from Nokia will sell for $400 with a two-year contract at AT&T; $200 if you purchase it with a Lumia 925, 1020 or 1520.
How durable is the LG G Flex when it comes to everyday wear and tear?
A new HTC One could be on the way.
PowerA and Logitech have released game controllers for iPhone 5 and above, and the fifth generation iPod Touch.
Just in case you have that kind of money lying around, you know?
Yet more rumors of Samsung's as-yet-unconfirmed Galaxy S5 smartphone.
Mozilla Executive Chair Mitchell Baker revealed the news at the OpenMobile Summit.
Qualcomm's smartwatch will debut on Cyber Monday.
PowerA has a couple of new controllers that build on its previously existing lineup with a very important new feature: larger internal batteries that are also able to charge your phone, even while you play.
Is the Ascend P6 getting a makeover?
Why have one screen when you can have two?
LG's G Flex is turning a lot of heads, but what does a curved battery look like?
Europeans will soon be able to be on Facebook at 35,000 feet.