Windows 8 tablets can't really be classified a success, partly because Windows RT is a confusing mess and the ARM chip in the Surface is pretty disappointing. However, it's Intel to the rescue as the chip-maker gears up to introduce its latest Atom processor.
BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins has a vendetta against tablets, slamming the devices in a recent interview. According to Heins, slates lack any long-term potential and make for a bad business model. A follow-up to the PlayBook seems like a longshot.
By the time 2013 comes to a close, chat apps like WhatsApp and BlackBerry Messenger will account for twice the messaging traffic of traditional text messaging - more than 40 billion messages from chat apps and only about 20 million beings traditional texts.
Spitting in the face of naysayers, Apple has announced its second quarter earnings for this year and the numbers are just as impressive as the first quarter. iTunes has grown as well, now boasting 850,000 apps, almost half of which cater to the iPad.
Here's yet another stop on the merry-go-round of Apple speculation, this time it is a few patent applications for automobiles. Looks like Apple wants to include a built-in remote unlocker, engine starter, and parking locator in a future iPhone.
We've heard the rumors, but it looks like it's finally official: T-Mobile will merge with MetroPCS. It was only a matter of time after the government gave the merger a thumbs up, everyone was just waiting for the shareholders to get on board with it.
ZTE joins LG, Sony, Samsung, and other, as the latest manufacturer to strike a deal with Microsoft. The company has been making its rounds to every major Android and Chrome manufacturer, writing up deals to license its patents used in Google's software.
A few hours after officially going on sale, the first batch of Firefox OS developer phones are listed as "out of stock" but more are on the way. Does this mean the Firefox OS is off to a good start?
The latest gossip suggests a lighter, thinner iPad will debut this year with mass production hitting its height from August to September.
The One, HTC's latest flagship smartphone, is available online and in physical stores all across the U.S. starting today with a long list of retailers.
Not known for its command of style and design, Yahoo has been steadily revamping its image and is extending that simplified look to a handful of apps for iOS and Android.
Google is forbidding any Glass Explorers from reselling or even lending out its $1,500 gadget, reserving the right to deactivate the device of anyone breaching the policy.
The old, bulky lithuim-ion battery is finally being revamped with enough power to boost a car battery and recharge in seconds, thanks to researchers at the University of Illinois.
If you're tired of being bombarded by Facebook invites to events you'd never attend, Calendo may be your new best friend if you'll let it get to know you.
The Sony Xperia Z has a lead on other 1080p devices and recent data suggests the early start is paying off in a major way, with nearly 4.6 million units sold in its first 40 days.