A new study by BiTE interactive has shown that only one in ten American smartphone users would use Google's next-gen device, citing "social awkwardness," and "discomfort," as the primary reasons.
Samsung announced on Monday that it had successfully tested its 5G network, expected by 2020, with 10 Gigabits per second uploads and downloads. They're not alone in the 5G field, either.
The war for dominance in wireless charging between the Power Matters Alliance (PMA) and Wireless Power Consortium (WPC) may be drawing to a close, as Starbucks has begun to test PMA-approved charging stations in Boston.
Rumors coming out of Apple's Taiwan supply chain point to a new, "cost-efficient" iPhone that could be unveiled soon. The device would be implemented quarter-by-quarter in emerging markets.
Google Glass' turn-by-turn navigation is rumored to be coming to iPhone before long. Meanwhile, the Winky app has launched for Glass, and lets you take photos by winking your eye.
At its global press conference in New York City on Friday, Acer unveiled its new Aspire line of convertible tablets, including the 11.6" Aspire P3, set to launch for $800, likely in May.
Sprint is considering offers for its controlling stake from DISH Network and Japanese carrier SoftBank, but the competing companies' CEOs have been slinging a more than a bit of mud lately.
The Facebook-connected 'Angry Birds Friends' is now available on the App Store. Play against your friends on Facebook with daily and weekly updates. As usual, you can get a free, ad-supported version of the game, or a premium, ad-free version.