Mountain View has rolled out iOS updates for two major Google platforms: YouTube and Gmail.
While most of us probably end up listening to MP3s on our smartphone, there are those who prefer to conserve battery life and opt for a dedicated player.
A joint effort by Microsoft and Intel to challenge Apple's wildly popular iPad in the highly lucrative tablet market seems to have gotten off to a very slow start.
Engineers have developed a new computer program that gauges human feelings through speech, bringing the prospect of a phone that can pick up on your mood and, say, play you music to match.
Lackluster demand may have prompted Microsoft to significantly slash orders of its Surface RT tablet, but that hasn't stopped Redmond from planning additional mobile hardware.
The traditional PC market is stagnating because people are increasingly relying on mobile device to access the Internet.
The first text message was sent 20 years ago today, and texting is now more popular than talking, according to British telecoms regulator Ofcom.
PengPod has confirmed that it will be shipping 7 and 10 inch tablets with support for Linux and Google Android this January.
Sharp says its new 5-inch smartphone can go head-to-head with Samsung's best.
Lackluster demand has reportedly prompted Microsoft to slash orders of its Surface RT tablet from 4 million to 2 million units.
The latest Asus Transformer tablets offer the sweet convenience of a keyboard and extended battery life, but they do cost a pretty penny.
Microsoft has confirmed pricing for its Intel x86-powered Surface tablet: $899 for the 64GB standalone iteration and $999 for the 128GB standalone version. Both will be available in January 2013.
Dell has introduced an Ubuntu-powered Ultrabook at a $1549 price point.
Recent reports indicate that Mountain View is prepping a Google-branded Chromebook with a touchscreen.
Although still officially in pre-Alpha, the folks at Phoneix have made significant progress with their webOS-on-Android project.
Some might argue that he should have been tarred and feathered, but Apple has, reportedly, restrained itself and merely fired iOS 6 Maps chief Richard Williamson.
Apple's wildly popular iPad continues to dominate the tablet market at 55%, although Cupertino's share of the lucrative space declined approximately 14% in 3Q 2012.
The $49 T21 PC-on-a-stick is powered by a Nufront NS115 dual-core cortex A9 processor paired with a dual-core Mali-400 GPU.
Google's ChromeOS may not be as popular as Mountain View's mobile-oriented Android, but the cloud-centric operating system is certainly holding its own.
To-date revenues accumulated by the global mobile application market remains on track to break the $30 billion milestone by the end of 2012.