An analyst says that a war in the Korean peninsula could seriously affect supply components for a variety of devices including Android smartphones and tablets. Read on to find out why!
In a break from tradition, Google I/O will only feature a single three-hour keynote this year. What does this change mean? Join us for a look at some of the possibilities.
The problem is that Google Glass hears and sees everything you do. In a worse case scenario a hacked version of Google Glass can store and transmit everything you see and hear to a malicious third party.
Android 4.3 builds running on the Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 4, Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 have been spotted in Android Authority’s server logs. Read on for more details!
Blackberry CEO Thorsten Heins believes that the tablet isn’t a good business strategy, and will fade into obscurity in as little as five years. Could he prove right, or is his statement completely insane?
Google has been making some positive comments about Facebook Home, these seem strangely odd, first because many users are being quite negative about Facebook Home, and second because you don’t see Google making the same comments about HTC Sense, TouchWiz or Amazon’s UI on the Kindle Fire. So what is Google up to?
Samsung has posted a Galaxy S4 design video on its Samsung Tomorrow YouTube channel, trying to briefly explain how the handset and its user interface were designed. But are all design choices answered?
Are open source OSes secure because you can scrutinize their source code, or are these risky because malicious entities can insert spyware into the code?
A new Fujitsu smartphone has showed up on an AnTuTu benchmark breaking the 25,000 point barrier putting itself on par with the Galaxy S4 and HTC One.
Samsung is exploring ways for mobile device owners to interact with smartphones and tablets by using their minds instead of touch or other means.