The Xperia C4 is the latest device to explode onto the selfie scene. It's a big, 5.5-inch smartphone with a 5-megapixel front camera, equipped with an LED flash, and a wide-angle lens. Best Buy now sells the 4G LTE version at a great price.
While Google's new Chromecast is loaded with new features and functionality, much of it appears to be currently unavailable to iOS users. Contrary to Google's press event, it appears voice search, and other features don't yet work for…
TYLT has already built a name with its wireless chargers. Now the company is back with an IndieGoGo campaign to fund its five-port Energi desktop charging station capable of charging devices at twice the standard speed.
Russia's federal anti-monopoly service has told Google it has one month to amend the way it preloads apps on manufacturer smartphones, which may mean a breakup of Search, Gmail, and other services from the Google Play store.
After months of silence, Verizon and Sony revealed that the Xperia Z4V launch will be cancelled. No reason was given, though one can assume that Sony would rather focus on its current crop of flagship smartphones.
Xiaomi might be planning its first all-metal smartphone, the Mi Note 2, to launch early next year. A new leaked image shows the all-metal design, and we expect plenty more coming out of China in the months to come.
It's more difficult than ever to seek out the best new apps released each week, even if you have the will to trawl through the app store on a regular basis. To make life easier, we've gathered our favorite app picks together in a handy…
It can be challenging to keep track of everything that happens in the tech world. That's why we have compiled a list of the top 10 tech stories from this week — just for you. From Peeple to the massive T-Mobile hack, it's all here.
When was the last time that a new smartphone launched that didn't look similar to another phone? If you thought the Nexus 6P was unique, think again. ZTE thinks it's a Grand S ripoff. Should they have a beef with Huawei?
Xiaomi finds itself in trouble with the Beijing Ministry of Industry and Commerce over the company's use of the term "the best" on its website. Using the term could be in violation of China's new ad law, which penalizes such superlatives in…