Most of us guessed the Galaxy S4 would sell well, and sure enough, Samsung expects the phone to break its sales records next week, by selling more than 10 million in less than a month.
Nvidia opens advance pre-orders for the Android-powered Project Shield portable gaming device, with general pre-orders to kick off on May 20 and shipments to follow the next month in June 2013.
Geek Squad steps down and Ford signs an agreement with a proven charging station installer, AeroVironment, a company that has so far installed more than 11,000 units across the country.
For all the beautiful, innovative updates Google+ keeps pushing, it can't get me to use the service. After nearly two years, we're just now starting to figure out why the social network (or layer) or sorts isn't able to compel the user.
As Google I/O continues, and the spotlight on Google Glass is at its brightest, members of a Congressional privacy group have sent a letter to Google CEO Larry Page, voicing their concerns over Glass's potential for infringing on privacy.
Archos has added another budget Android tablet to its range. The 80 Xenon has an 8-inch screen and a decent quad-core processor, plus it has a SIM card slot for data-on-the-go, and a very reasonable price tag.
A Massachusetts-based firm specialising in advanced robotic systems has scored a lucrative contract with the Brazilian government to supply a number of its PackBot military robots for next year's FIFA World Cup to assist with security at the event.
During Google I/O this year, we got our first glimpse at a world where Google Glass owners represented almost a third of the entire population. What does everyone think about Glass now that they actually have it, and how did the show go? Find out here.
Former Groupon CEO Andrew Mason said this week that since being fired from the daily deals company, he's been busy recording an album of 'motivational business music' designed to teach some basic business skills to those newly entering the workforce.
Tim Cook said in an interview this week that Apple's forthcoming US-built Mac computer will comprise "many" components manufactured in the US, meaning it should be more of a 'Made in USA' product than one merely 'assembled’ in the country.
The mysterious white Nexus 4 has been spotted at Google I/O, and is now rumored to be released through the Google Play store in mid-June, with a new version of the Android OS installed.
Lenovo's new K900 smartphone, the first to run on Intel's newest processor, launched in China, but will it eventually be released in the U.S.? Not likely, since all of the company's 2013 marketing seems to focus on Southeast Asia.
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Samsung was recently granted patents for two different tablets, both with built-in kickstands, one with a flexible display.
Today Google held a workshop to show would-be developers how to hack Glass and begin to develop applications for the wearable device. Google may not be encouraging the activity, but it seems to be very open-minded about the idea.