Chinese smartphone manufacturer Meizu has opened the Meizumart, its own online store serving international buyers. Inside it sells the 5.1-inch, octa-core MX3 phone from $400.
A revised version of the controversial smartphone kill switch bill has passed in California. Should it become law, the bill states all phone sold in the state must come with remote anti-theft technology installed.
ZTE has put the new Open C smartphone on sale for $100 exclusively through its own eBay store. It's a basic device which happens to run the latest version of Mozilla's Firefox OS software.
After confirming its 2560 x 1440 pixel, Quad HD touchscreen had passed through international certification channels, LG and Japanese network KDDI announced the Isai FL smartphone, which has the screen fitted to it.
The Look Up video, which says we should stop looking at our phones and talking through social networks, is a viral sensation. But it's also a dangerous piece of propaganda which could end our quiet and peaceful lives.
HTC is holding a one day sale on its brand new One M8 smartphone, and it's yours for $100, provided you sign-up for a two-year contract through AT&T, Sprint, or Verizon. You'll have to be quick though.
Samsung's head of mobile design has resigned, making way for the man responsible for the Galaxy series of smartphones to take the position. Will it force a change in Samsung's mobile designs?
Huawei has launched the Ascend P7, its newest, sleekest, and perhaps most attractive Android smartphone yet. It's the sequel to the Ascend P6, and brings several key spec upgrades with it, including an 8-megapixel selfie camera.
The oPhone is the world's first scent-based messaging system, and although it sounds like crazy science-fiction, it's almost a reality. You'll be able to pre-order it through Indiegogo in June.
UK supermarket Tesco has revealed plans to release its own smartphone before the end of the year. The device is said to have a competitive price tag and a specification which compares to the Galaxy S5.
Rumors that Samsung is preparing to launch a new tablet series with AMOLED screens have reappeared, this time also suggesting a fingerprint sensor will be built-in too, ready to make multi-user logins much easier.
A group of engineers have come up with a possible solution to our smartwatch control woes. The idea is to twist and turn the entire watch face, avoiding the need to prod and swipe at the tiny display.
Rumors of a Nexus 8 tablet have been spreading for a while, with some even suggesting it'll replace the popular Nexus 7, so to keep you informed, we've gathered all the news and gossip together in one place.
Policy alterations taking place at several major technology companies mean in the future, they will inform more customers about government and law enforcement requests for your private data.