Strategy Analytics confirms that Google's wildly popular mobile operating system claimed approximately 70.1% of the lucrative smartphone market in the fourth quarter of 2012.
TSMC CEO Morris Chang says he expects his company to fab almost all silicon built on the 28nm process in 2013.
A company known Buzz Marketing says word on the teen street is that Apple may no longer be hella cool.
Apple exec Phillip Schiller has responded to reports that Cupertino is planning to launch a contract-free iPhone at a significantly cheaper price point than its current handset lineup.
This week kicks off the annual year-long hunt for the Big Tech Product of 2013. Fortunately, we already have some rather auspicious contenders.
Apple is reportedly testing the next iteration of its wildly popular iPhone, alongside the recently coded iOS 7.
"Console gaming was, and always is, appointment gaming. You have to set a time to play it, because it's in one fixed location..."
A number of US states are reportedly competing over the location of a mysterious company known as Azalea.
A Piper Jaffray analyst believes a cheaper "iPhone for the masses" will likely be introduced by Apple at some point in the near future.
Google has launched its new Captured app for Apple's iPhone and iPod touch, with support for Android expected at some point in the near future.
It appears as if Apple's wildly popular iPhone lineup may have peaked as it faces an unprecedented onslaught from a new-generation of slick Android-powered handsets.
Patent-licensing firm MobileMedia Ideas has won a case against Apple alleging that Apple infringed three of its patents - and says it's hopeful of winning against RIM and HTC too.
iPad owners have had access since August, and now Amazon's Instant Video app has gone live for Apple's iPhone and iPod touch.
Google Maps is now back on the iPhone, following the outcry from users when Apple launched its own, disastrous maps app in September.
An analyst at Jeffries investment firm says Apple will roll out its next iPhone and iPad by June 2012, to be followed by a television set in the fall of 2013.
There is certainly no lack of devices on the market that will allow you to remotely view just who is knocking at your front door.
Apple has redefined mobile computing over the years with its wildly popular iPhone, iPad and MacBook Air. So what's next for Cupertino?
We've seen quite a few smartphone game controllers turn up on Kickstarter and other sites in recent months.
GM adds Siri voice technology to its small Spark and Sonic cars.
Minecraft is a wildly popular game that spans multiple platforms, including mobile devices.