HTC's Peter Chou has called financial estimates on its recent deal with Apple "outrageous," but hasn't provided any further details. Samsung, however, is more interested in those patents being licensed, as they may prove crucial in its upcoming courtroom…
From the casual driver to the DIY mechanic, to just about everything in between, with a near endless amount of car accessories on the market it’s hard to know which items you should consider, and which ones are best left firmly in your rearview. That’s why…
Emirates, one of the world's biggest airlines, will soon be handing out HP ElitePad 900 Windows 8 tablets to its flight crew, bucking the trend set by its competitors which have been opting for Apple's iPad.
Samsung has announced a 4G LTE version of the Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet, but so far only for Korea. When the Note 10.1 debuted on August, Samsung teased the arrival of an LTE model in the U.S., so its release may not be far behind.
A bug in Google's Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean) mobile operating system has caused the entire month of December to disappear. But fear not: Google has recognized the issue, which we hope means a fix will arrive soon.
Are you looking for a method to get your iTunes music onto your Android phone? Join us as we run through the process and offer you a choice of solutions that will have you enjoying all that iTunes content on your Android tablet or smartphone today.
In this week's mobile news, we recover from news that Twinkies may soon cease to exist, RIM sets a date for BlackBerry 10, and many more stories. Fresh app and game picks for the week are also included.
One year after investors called on Nintendo to give up its policy of only releasing games on its hardware, the company releases its very first paid app on Apple's App Store. Pokedex 3D may be the small start of a very big change.
Vodafone has come to the rescue of dedicated early adopters who struggle to keep up with the latest smartphone releases. It has announced a plan named Red Hot, where the latest and greatest phone is yours, every year.