Sony finally announced that the Xperia Z1 Compact will go on sale in the United States. The 4.3-inch powerhouse may not have carrier support, but that won't stop Sony from pushing its best small smartphone.
Sony has officially introduced the Xperia C3, which it calls the first PROSelfie smartphone, thanks to not only an LED flash above the screen, but a wide variety of apps and features usually seen only on the rear camera.
It appears Google is testing a new Google Now feature, which will let you control the music on your phone using your voice, which could prove invaluable for owners of the new Android Wear smartwatches.
A recently-discovered encryption bug prevents paid apps from being installed onto Android Wear devices. The problem lies in Google's app-encryption measures. No word on when we should expect an update to the G Watch and Gear Live.
In a written statement, NFC payment service ISIS will go through rebranding efforts in the coming months in order to distance itself from the Middle Eastern militant group that shares the same acronym.
Developers were recently able to transmit data from an electromagnet to a smartphone. Data included everything from a Web address to a MIDI music sequence. The team also suggested that magnetism could be used to replace NFC transactions.
Making your smartwatch standout these days is a challenge. Newcomer Arrow will fit an 8-megapixel camera in to the bezel of its forthcoming watch, which can be twisted through 360 degrees for more versatility.
The EU's Right to be Forgotten ruling seems to have the unfortunate side effect of causing press censorship, as Google's removal of certain search results buries unrelated, but important, linked stories.