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.
Samsung has called the press to an event in San Francisco, where it wants to talk about health. The specifics of the conversation aren't mentioned, but the timing may be more to do with one-upping Apple than launching new products.
Motorola has announced a press event for May 13 in London. The invitation confirms we'll be introduced to a new smartphone, and intriguingly, says that it'll be made to last, and priced for all.
Google's rumored Android Silver Project may bring together the best of its Nexus and Google Play Edition programs, to create a high-end smartphone showcasing the Android experience.
Following the closure of the deal to sell its devices division to Microsoft, Nokia has announced a new CEO, Rajeev Suri. It has also revealed its last smartphone financial figures, and the news isn't good for the new owners.
The latest 2014 smartphone marketshare figures show Lenovo is a company to watch over the coming year, and by using its own data, LG is also on the move. Neither will challenge Samsung or Apple yet, by Huawei needs to watch out.
A rumor indicates Microsoft may be working on a new smartphone, codename Superman, which will feature a 5-megapixel front camera. This would make it the most powerful selfie cam we've seen on a Windows Phone device.
Legislation which would force smartphone manufacturers to install a mandatory kill switch, which would render the phone useless in the event of a theft, has failed to pass in California.