Google enters the patent battle, Blackberry lays low, and some awesome apps find new homes in this week's Mobile Weekly Wrap.
Google TV keeps popping up everywhere we look, most recently from Chinese manufacturer, Hisense.
Good news for those still waiting to run Ice Cream Sandwich on their Android phone or tablet: CyanogenMod 9 is finally stable and ready to install on most devices.
People believe the OUYA could transform the video game console business, and they're voting for it with cash on Kickstarter, but many challenges await Boxer8's device.
Asus has released two teaser videos for a new product it will unveil at Computex 2012, and has hinted that it will run both Google Android and Microsoft Windows 8.
Nvidia has revealed its plans to enable quad-core Android tablets to be sold for just $199, by using its new Tegra 3 based Kai platform.
A Microsoft employee has confirmed that all Windows Phone handsets will get the highly-anticipated upgrade to Windows Phone 8 — what does this mean for the future of Redmond's mobile OS?
Charge your growing collection of smart devices with the Choiix Power Fort 5600, a small and speedy portable battery that packs a big punch.
The HTC Endeavor will run Android 4.0.3 (Ice Cream Sandwich), and HTC's Sense 4.0, according to a recent report, and a leaked ROM Update Utility.
Frustrated by how quickly your favorite mobile gadgets die? Follow these simple tips to get longer battery life out of your Android phone or tablet.
Another quad-core smartphone has been leaked, and this time it's from LG. The X3 could debut as soon as Mobile World Congress, and is said to use Nvidia's Tegra 3 processor.
Help your friends, and yourself, make the responsible decision of driving sober by utilizing the power of the iPhone 4 with the BreathalEyes app. A simple app that helps gauge your ability to drive after drinking.
With Android continuing to grow in popularity as an OS for both smartphones and tablets, Facebook's social networking application seems to be one of the top app choices among Android users.
A leaked Verizon document shows that the Motorola Droid 4 and the Galaxy Nexus will be released on December 8 for Verizon's LTE network.
Android hackers have been able to port a semi-functional version of Google's latest version of Android called Ice Cream Sandwich.