Dual-screen smartphones are not exactly a new concept, although there aren't very many, if any, such devices on the mainstream mobile market.
A few days ago, a leaked slide turned up teasing the LG Optimus G Pro, along with a few basic specs.
Mozilla has been coding and refining its mobile-specific Firefox OS for quite some time now.
RIM is extending the deadline for its Built for BlackBerry program, citing an overwhelming number of applications.
Samsung's Galaxy Note 2 phablet hasn't been on the market all that long, as the device only landed in AT&T stores across the country on November 2012.
Sony has introduced a new Android-powered tablet dubbed the Xperia Z.
Chinese electronics manufacturers have never been shy about copying the designs of industry heavyweights like Apple or Google.
AT&T's finally started offering FaceTime over cellular at no extra charge for all customers with tiered data plans - although not for those on unlimited data plans.
It seems that Facebook's test in Canada of free voice calls for iOS users has been a success, with the company now tipped to roll the feature out in the US.
Microsoft has been having somewhat of a difficult time convincing the masses to abandon Android and Apple for its Surface RT tablet which is being heavily marketed both on TV and online.
Research In Motion has 15,000 new apps for the BlackBerry, thanks to two 'Portathon' events over the weekend.
The Asus Memo pad is a 7-inch $149 Android tablet that runs Jelly Bean (4.1) and offers full access to Google's expansive Play store.
A number of industry heavyweights are currently working to advance self-driving and autonomous vehicle tech, including Ford, Lincoln, Audi, and Google.
Apple is reported to have cut its orders for iPhone 5 screens, indicating the sales may not be going as well the company expected.
Last summer the industry was expecting big things from Windows 8 and Windows RT, with Samsung touting a plan to bring its own Windows RT tablet to the US by October.
It is unclear exactly how many Surface RT tablets Microsoft has managed to sell over the past few months, although we do know the modding community maintains a healthy interest in setting the device free from its factory-set shackles.
Google's mobile Nexus devices are fairly easy to unlock with bootloaders left open, courtesy of Mountain View.
Nokia has published its fourth-quarter financial results which were buoyed by better-than-expected mobile sales and exceeded industry expectations.
Samsung is showcasing a rather interesting smartphone prototype that boasts a flexible OLED screen at CES 2013 in Las Vegas.
RIM is gearing up for the launch of the BlackBerry 10, scheduled for January 30, and it looks as if users can expect six devices over the course of the year, running on at least three major networks.