Google’s Android operating system has managed to increase its smartphone market share by a respectable 5.2 percent in just three months.
Global electronics manufacturer LG is set to offer a first in the burgeoning market of 3D TVs: it will have the first sets with LCD backlighting.
91% of Americans now have a mobile phone subscription, over 1 trillion minutes of talk time was logged over wireless networks in the second half of 2009, and cell phone revenue climbed into the dozens of billions of dollars.
The upcoming Samsung Wave is making waves in the tech industry as the first mobile phone to beomce certified by DivX for HD video playback.
Samsung has launched its Galaxy S smartphone at CTIA 2010.
Bigger is always better when it comes to flash media cards, and Sandisk has begun shipping the highest-capacity microSD cards ever. 32 GB can now fit on your fingertip.
Is your gaming console powered by a Mali-based GPU? No? Well, perhaps one day it will be.
If Panasonic's initial sales are any indication, 3D is indeed going to break into the market in a big way. The company's first shipment of 3D HDTVs has sold out.
News broke today that Samsung's first entry to the e-book reader market will go through Barnes & Noble, complementing the bookstore chain's own Nook device. The E6 will go on sale for under $300.
A Connecticut-based electronics retailer has filed a suit against several major optical disk drive manufacturers, accusing them of price fixing.
Samsung has unveiled a Bada-powered "super-AMOLED" smartphone at the 2010 Mobile World Congress.
Samsung has licensed a new pressure-sensitive touch-screen technology that relies on quantum physics.
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