Asus and Intel are reportedly teaming up to bring an entry-level x86 tablet to a lucrative mobile market currently dominated by ARM-powered devices.
Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S4 smartphone will reportedly expand the use of touchless gestures.
Remember netbooks? Yes, the once-popular devices which eventually fell out of favor once tablets like Apple's iPad and Amazon's Kindle took the mobile world by storm.
Samsung's $250 ARM-powered Chromebook debuted this past October and quickly climbed to the top of the charts on Amazon.
It may not be the highly anticipated Key Lime Pie, but devs at Mountain View are apparently almost ready to roll out the next version of Android Jelly Bean (4.2.2).
A number of analysts have been loudly clamoring for Apple to design a slick phablet in the form of a larger iPhone with a 5-inch display.
Amazon's popular Kindle Fire HD 8.9-inch tablet is loaded with a (default) custom fork of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS).
It appears as if Qualcomm inadvertently leaked a roadmap revealing Google's debut date for its long-awaited Key Lime Pie (KLP) mobile Android OS update.
Apple, propelled by its wildly popular lineup of iOS devices, became the largest mobile phone vendor in the United States during the fourth quarter of 2012, capturing a record 34% market share.
Acer has debuted an Intel x86-powered smartphone built around the latter company's Lexington SoC architecture which is aimed at emerging mobile markets.
Worldwide tablet shipments have outpaced analyst predictions by racking up an impressive total of 52.5 million units worldwide in the fourth quarter of 2012 (4Q12).
The global installed base of smartphones is expected to total 1.4 billion by the end of 2013, with 57% of handsets running on Android and 21% on iOS.
BlackBerry, the company formerly known as RIM, today debuted two new smartphones alongside its long-awaited BB10 operating system and BlackBerry World storefront.
Redmond recently confirmed that its Intel-powered Windows 8 Pro Surface tablet will launch on February 9, 2013.
Google may be prepping an upgraded version of its wildly popular Nexus 7 tablet, which could feature a higher-resolution screen set at 1080p (1728×1080-,1920×1080), while preserving the coveted $199 price point.
Nvidia's ARM-based Tegra SoC has racked up a number of smartphone and tablet design wins, although clearly not as much as the company had originally anticipated.
After a day of rumors about a new Apple device with mega-storage capabilities, Cupertino has confirmed that it is rolling out a 128GB version of the fourth generation iPad with Retina display.
Approximately 200 million tablets will have shipped worldwide since 2009, with an additional 1 billion tablets forecasted to ship over the next 5 years.
Hewlett Packard (HP) will apparently be launching a slick Chromebook on February 17.
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.