Just a quick heads-up for fellow European HTC One M7 users: reports of an Android 4.4.3 update coming to the beloved smartphone have been raising.
Fuhu is taking its business to another level with their latest announcement – a couple tablets that may seem more like TVs at first sight.
A new update is rolling out for OneNote bringing a new tablet UI and handwriting recognition to the mix.
Omate, the company behind the TrueSmart, is returning to the smartwatch game once again, this time with a device that’s more akin to the Pebble and other notification-focused watches.
A newly leaked roadmap details out Qualcomm’s plans for its 64-bit Snapdragon 600/800 family of chips.
Rightscorp CEO believes that there should be no oversight.
In an interesting move, HTC has released a version of its Android flagship that ditches Android in favor of Windows Phone. While Sense is also gone, some of its apps remain.
Energous’ WattUp technology will let you wirelessly charge your smart phones and watches with a radius of 15 feet. Prototypes and products should arrive next year.
A new tear down from iFixIt gives us a better look at Google’s Project Tango tablet.
Just as expected, Sprint unveiled the Sharp Aquos Crystal for the US at its “Take the edge off” event today. The device will be offered at a surprisingly low price of $239 off contract.