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Did Sony just tease the Xperia Z5 on Twitter?

It appears Sony may be continuing its awkward bi-yearly flagship smartphone launch schedule, if a new tweet hinting at the Xperia Z5 coming to IFA 2015 is to be believed. The company will reveal all during the IFA tech show next week.

Mobile

Archos gets antsy, announces a trio of smartphones ahead of IFA 2015

Eager to get the show started, Archos announced a trio of new smartphones ahead of their reveal at IFA 2015 in Berlin. Two of these smartphones are powered by Android, while a third is powered by Windows 10 Mobile.

Mobile

Onkyo unveils new HRA Bluetooth speaker and headphones just ahead of IFA

Just ahead of IFA, Onkyo has announced three new audio products: the X9 Bluetooth speaker, which it claims is the world's first high-resolution Bluetooth speaker, and the H500M on-ear and E700M in-ear headphones.

Music

Get ready to Gear up: Samsung will reveal its next smartwatch Sept. 3

Samsung will reveal its next smartwatch on September 3 at IFA 2015 in Berlin. See the first picture of the watch and what we know here!

Mobile

Samsung and LG head to court over ‘vandalized’ washing machines

The long-running rivalry between Samsung and LG shows no sign of going away. An LG executive has just been indicted after being accused of deliberately damaging a number of Samsung-made washing machines during the IFA tech show in Berlin last year.

Cool Tech

Sennheiser’s Urbanite headphones deliver big bass with style and finesse (hands on)

Sennheiser's Urbanite headphones do what no headphone before them has done so successfully: deliver huge bass without destroying the rest of the sound. They look good doing it, too. Take a closer look in our hands on video.

Home Theater

This smart sleep tracking strap monitors your heart and breathing each night

Beddit is a detailed, high-tech sleep tracker, but it's not one you wear on your wrist. You slip the thin pressure-sensitive strip under your bed sheet, lay down, and sleep on it instead.

Wearables

Are Jabra’s Sport Pulse wireless earbuds the holy grail for athletes?

Jabra's Sport Pulse Wireless Earbuds use a heart rate monitor and GPS to help you track progress toward fitness goals, and coach you along the way.

Home Theater

Under pressure: How Pencil will become even more life-like in iOS 8

We caught up with the creator of the Pencil iPad stylus while at IFA 2014, and he not only showed us what it looks like in action, but filled us in on the new functionality that will come when iOS 8 is released.

Cool Tech

9 awesome features of Samsung’s Galaxy Note Edge (10 if you count ‘WOW’)

Samsung launched the Galaxy Note Edge earlier this week and now the earliest impressions are coming in. The cascading screen is quickly becoming the darling of IFA.

Mobile

Which laptops are getting Intel Core M processors?

Intel has revealed their new Core M chips, which will be appearing in laptops that launch this fall and winter. So, which ones will have them?

Computing

This smart hearing aid can turn up the volume on the real world, or your AC/DC

Hearing aids aren't associated with being cutting edge pieces of tech, despite being extremely complex. ReSound's tiny, Made For iPhone hearing aid changes all that, and could change your perception of these life-changing devices.

Wearables

HP’s Stream 14 laptop aims to directly compete with Chromebooks

HP hopes to take a bit out of the Chromebook-dominated low cost laptop market with its new AMD-powered Stream 14 laptop.

Computing

How IFA 2014 reshaped the landscape for wearable tech

From a deluge of smartwatches to the dominance of Android Wear, IFA 2014 shed plenty of light on what non-Apple wearables will look like in the months to come.

Wearables