Following Android 4.4 KitKat's launch on the Nexus 5, various other manufacturers have been busy confirming the new software will be coming to their phones in the near future. Is yours on the list?
The countdown is on for the announcement of HTC's new flagship phone. Originally leaked as the HTC M8, it may end up being called the One+, and here's everything we think we know about the device so far.
The Ear Switch is a wearable concept device developed in Japan, which takes the familiar functionality of Google Glass or a smartwatch, and shrinks it down into a subtle, unobtrusive ear piece.
Winner of the 'Most Innovative Mobile App' award at last week's MWC event in Barcelona, CamMe uses gesture control to help you snap a better, wider selfie. Ellen DeGeneres could've done with it Sunday night.
Intel is rumored to have paid at least $100 million to acquire Basis, the company which produces the cool B1 health tracking smartwatch, advancing its wearable plans to the next level.
In the wake of bad news in other segments, Apple reveals a successful year for the Apple TV, which brought in $1 billion dollars in revenue. Apple also announced a deal for a $25 iTunes gift card with purchase of a new Apple TV. Click to find out more.
Verizon announced a change to its prepaid plan, called ALLSET. The plan will now include rollover data that can be purchased separately, with the base plan now going for $45 a month.
According to a report out of Korea, Samsung is experiencing production woes with the Galaxy S5's fingerprint sensor, bad enough for the company to enter talks with a third-party fingerprint sensor producer.
Courtesy of a video leak, we finally get a look at the All New HTC One in action. Unfortunately for the uploader, HTC caught wind of the video and is currently investigating the matter.
It might look like Samsung's new Galaxy S5 smartphone, but it's not. It's a knockoff produced by long-time opportunist Goophone, and although it costs a fraction of what a real Galaxy S5 will set you back, ownership will come with plenty of risks.
According to the chairperson of an Indian mobile phone company, it has struck a deal to produce a smartphone running both Android and Windows Phone. It'll be on sale by June, but details on how it will work are still unknown.