If you’ve been considering getting your hands on a Kindle Fire, now’s the time to do it. All day long Amazon is offering special deals for the Kindle Fire family as part of its “Gold Box Deals” promo.
Motorola’s Skip NFC-based tag will allow you to get to Moto X’s homescreen without the need for typing in the passcode.
The latest rumor from Digitimes claims that Amazon will soon be using MediaTek processors to power their lower-end Kindle Fire tablets.
Since Google Glass’ popularity has been on the rise, it certainly won’t be a surprise when companies come out with products to go with the search giant’s wearable tech. One such accessory is Remotte, which will be a Bluetooth joystick for the Glass.
Nokia delivers beautiful if not slightly hefty handsets that also manage to pack quite a bit of punch, and people are taking notice. Unfortunately for Nokia, taking notice doesn’t necessarily mean buying up the devices in mass. While many folks, myself included, are interested in what Nokia has to offer, one thing gets in the way: Windows Phone 8’s lack of apps.
Motorola has recently unveiled their Droid ULTRA, MAXX, and MINI handsets. But do they have what it takes to be appealing to the customers?
According to the latest gossip, Sony is doing more than just building a high-end “cameraphone”, creating a lense accessory with a built-in imaging sensor.
Rovio is now launching an official “Rovio” account that syncs your save games over to the cloud. The feature currently supports “Angry Birds” and “Croods”.
The Oppo Find 5 smartphone which was announced last year with a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro has now been upgraded with a Snapdragon 600 processor. The device is also getting Android 4.2 Jelly Bean.
Amazon’s GameCircle service is now available to all Android devices. The new upgrade and improvements to Whispersync are making the service a better competitor to the Google Play game service.
Yes. That same guy that went around hacking the PS3 and jailbreaking the iPhone has taken his skills over to the realm of Android and it looks like he has taken the newly released Samsung Galaxy S4 Active and rooted it.
Today Huawei confirmed it would be bringing a new 7-inch Android tablet to the market, the MediaPad 7 Vogue.
Can you imagine a desktop machine that forgoes the traditional desktop OS and instead makes use of the power of Android? Enter the HP Slate 21 AIO.
AT&T wants to keep its GoPhone prepaid customer base happy and that’s why AT&T is finally letting those prepaid customers do the 4G LTE dance too.
O3b is now preparing to launch 4 satellites into space, as part of its initiative to bring high-speed web access to remote locations across the globe.
The Acer Iconia W3 is now finally official, making for the world’s first smaller-screened Windows 8 powered tablet.
The “Samsung Premiere 2013” event is scheduled to take place in London on June 20 and we’re expecting to see at least a few new additions to the GALAXY and ATIV lines from the company.
ZTE Grand X2 is powered by an Atom processor and is coming this fall to Europe. What do you think, interested or not?
This year’s Google I/O keynote didn’t see hardly any hardware announcements, but it does mark the unveiling of the Samsung Galaxy S4 “Google Edition”.
For Q1 of 2013, Sony managed to ship 8.1 million Xperia units, with Sony reporting that many of these units were generated by the Xperia Z.
The DoD has officially approved the use of BlackBerry 10 devices and the devices running Samsung Knox on its network.
The latest rumor suggests that the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will arrive with a 5.99-inch display, an Octa processor and a massive 3GB of RAM.
The latest rumors claim the Xbox 720 won’t need a constant internet connection to play games and could feature DVR like recording features as well.
Samsung are working with researchers in Texas to create a working interface for future thought controlled mobile devices.
Netflix’s upcoming $12 monthly plan will allow users of the same account to stream to 4 devices simultaneously.
NASA funded researchers are working on nuclear fusion technology, which could considerably speed up space travel and reduce costs in the future.
The HTC One is one of the most highly anticipated smartphones of the year and it looks like T-Mobile USA is willing to sell it to you for just $99. And that’s without a contract too.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 is more than just the new flagship phone from Sammy, it’s also the first major push by manufacturer to get their mobile phone in to each and every aspect of your daily life. For this the S4 is going to need some accessories and it appears a full list along with […]
A number of unlucky Sony Xperia Z phone owners have been struck with a problematic bug which apparently kills the new phone for no apparent reason. While some owners report that resetting their phone fixes the issue, others haven’t been so fortunate. The issue has become such a problem that Sony have posted a statement […]
Many aren’t too keen on the purported name for Google’s rumored integrated chat system, but there is no denying that Google Babble is simply a great idea. If you use Google’s various chat services — which include Hangouts, Messenger, Google Voice or Google Drive’s chat function — you might find incompatibility between the services quite annoying. Luckily […]
We all like to have the latest greatest, feature-packed smartphone, but with high pricing and hefty carriers contracts it isn’t always possible. Now there is a gleam of hope thanks to Florida-based smartphone maker Blu. Blu isn’t a household name like Apple or Samsung (yet), but the phone manufacturer has been shipping phones to happy […]
If rumors are to be believed, Google and Asus could be ditching Nvidia as the processor supplier for the next-gen Nexus 7.
While the LG Nexus 4 is now becoming a bit easier to get ahold of, its accessories aren’t. The Google Nexus 4 official bumper has sold rather briskly every time stock has come in, and now it looks like Google is discontinuing the accessory altogether. The listing on Google Play for the bumper now shows […]
Thankfully, it is an opt-in system. Only those subscribers who choose to share their viewing habits will have said viewing habits become visible to their friends (and vice versa).
According to a new report by China Times, the budget-oriented iPhone will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon SoC.
Facebook has introduced a revamped news feed for making home pages cleaner and more vibrant, but it’s going to take a while before it hits all users around the world.
As much as we may enjoy using our smartphones and tablets, there is still something to be said about typing on a full-sized keyboard at a desk. While this doesn’t quite achieve that goal, Fujitsu is developing some unique technology that utilizes the front-facing camera on your tablet to effectively created an invisible keyboard.
When you think of major success in the tablet world, you certainly don’t think of HP in the same breathe. Can HP change this perception going forward?
Today HotHead games has pushed out an update to Machinarium which will allow compatibility for more devices previously incapable of downloading the game.
It looks Apple’s iDevices could someday become self-aware. Okay, that’s an exaggeration, but a new patent does suggest “situational awareness” for iDevices.
It looks like Samsung isn’t the only one adding the ability to make voice calls to tablets. Asus has now officially unveiled the FonePad, a 7-inch tablet with built-in phone capabilities.
The ZTE Grand Memo has now officially be revealed at MWC as the first smartphone running on a Snapdragon 800 processor.
So, let’s say that you go out on the weekend to the bar, you knock back more than a few, and you get into a drunken battle. You get arrested for disorderly conduct and you’re taken back to the police station. According to one Canadian judge, the police station should be providing you with a computer and Internet access so you can Google up some legal counsel.
Qualcomm has announced their Snapdragon 200 and 400 chips, which are meant for entry-level and mid-range smartphones.