Apple forced to lengthen warranties to two years on its products, in accordance to EU consumer protection regulations.
Nvidia showed its Tegra 4i prototype -- the mid-range SoC for mid-range phones at mid-range pricing.
Asus brings forth a second generation of Transformer Pad Infinity: Massive Resolutions and Powerful SoC.
The SD Association allows NFC support for their SD Cards, allowing devices without native NFC to use the service fully secured through SWP.
Samsung brings us the final two models for their Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 line-up. Intel chipsets all around.
Italian Company 2045Tech has launched Floome, a highly accurate breathalyser for your smartphone that requires no batteries.
While most of us want stronger phone and tablet cases, the United Arab Emirates strive to 'Stay Different' by having softer 24-karat gold cases. At least they're shiny.
Amazon's Kindle Fire HD series is on pre-order in over 170 countries worldwide while the Appstore already functioning in over 200 countries.
The Galaxy Tab 3 10.1-inch version could be fitted with an old dual-core Atom Z2560 instead of ARM designs.
AT&T to allow all video chatting services, including Apple's Facetime, on its cellular network by the end of 2013.
Acer designs the Liquid E2 with media enthusiasts in mind, featuring a quad core processor, DTS Audio, 1080p recording, an FM receiver and much more.