Apple is testing out basic motion detection, potentially introducing head gesture control when it releases iOS 7 later this fall. The option has limited functionality and is currently accessible to developers trying out the beta version.
Today, Sprint announced the summer launch of two new Windows Phone 8 devices, the HTC 8XT and Samsung Ativ S Neo. The phones, with yet-to-be-announced released dates, will be on the affordable end of the spectrum, with two-year agreement and rebate.
At today's Samsung Premiere 2013, the South Korean company finally debuted the much-anticipated Galaxy S4 Zoom, showing off all of the specs and capabilities of the smartphone, the first and only with a 10x optical zoom lens.
Androidly is a new smartwatch that is the first ever to be powered by Android. The device operates on its own, without needing to be paired with a smartphone; an upcoming Kickstarter campaign will help fund its initial production costs.
Intel's chief technology officer confirmed that the company is working on a smartwatch-like concept, with a function that emphasizes texting. Could this be the device it's long been rumored to be collaborating on with Apple?
Street Charge, free solar powered mobile charging stations, are being introduced throughout pedestrian-heavy parts of New York City. The project is a collaboration between Goal Zero, Pensa, and AT&T.
A new custom theme allows Android 4.0+ users to get a taste of iOS 7 without an iPhone, mimicking the new Jony Ive design that was recently unveiled. Besides the look, its creator also added custom apps to help deliver a more authentic experience.
Skype announced today that it now lets all of its users (except Windows Phone) send unlimited video messages to other users, free of charge. Previously, non-premium members were limited to just 20 messages total.
In the midst of the current NSA privacy controversy, Apple shared how much customer information it released at the request of the government. Information given was spread across local, state, and federal branches.
Jay-Z's new album, Magna Carter Holy Grail, will be available exclusively to 1 million Samsung Galaxy users for free, three days before its official release, technically giving it platinum status before it's even released.
In an attempt to bring more apps to its store, Microsoft is offering $100,000 or more to incentivize developers. The company realizes it needs a better store in order to really boost its customer base.
T-Mobile is getting ready to start Phase 2 of its UNcarrier initiative, which started when it made the decision to stop offering contracts. The next phase will give customers the option to avoid credit checks by prepaying for their devices.