A new report claims that an upcoming (and as yet) unannounced Apple event will be held on September 12 during which three new iOS devices are slated to be unveiled, including the next-gen iPhone, iPad Mini and iPod Nano.
Never-before-seen pictures of Apple's tablet in the days before the first iPad launch show designs and features that the company never used in a final product.
If the Sony PS Vita and a Google Nexus 7 tied up in a drunken love fest after a late night of gaming, the resulting love child would probably be the Droid X360.
Apple is finally getting a taste of humble pie in its quest to ban the Samsung Galaxy Tab.
After gaining a lot of traction in the mobile space, Qualcomm is taking a big leap forward.
The jig is up for people who have been enjoying an unofficial perk of Amazon's flagship device.
The rumored smaller version of Apple's iPad tablet could hit stores in less than two months.
Amazon appears to be planning a Kindle Fire onslaught.
Asus has become the first manufacturer to announce tablets that will be updated from their current version of Android to Jelly Bean.
The Nexus 7 tablet is so popular that Google has had to block all sales through its own online store.
CA-Fi launched an Android in-car infotainment system dubbed the 620800 back in 2011 - with one major drawback.
Google's first officially-sanctioned tablet is selling like hotcakes.
China-based Giada is showcasing a new mini PC with sweet specs that is uber power efficient.
Most of us probably had a similar experience when onscreen handset keyboards first hit the mainstream - courtesy of Apple's iPhone.
Reports about the next-generation iPhone - dubbed the iPhone 5 by certain publications and analysts - have reached a crescendo pitch.
Times are definitely good for devs and modders looking for cheap Android-Linux hardware to turn into small little desktop computer or HTPCs.
The bare-bones Raspberry Pi main-board has been in short supply since launch day due to overwhelming demand for the uber-mini $35 Android computer.
Breathless reports about new Apple devices never seem to go out of style. Rumors coalesce, reports accumulate and hype builds for Cupertino's next big move.
Automakers around the world are making a concerted effort to add new and interesting infotainment systems to their respective vehicles.
I think many fans of mobile gaming would agree that playing Android titles like Angry Birds on a large-screen TV instead of a tablet with a relatively small display is definitely a worthwhile experience.