With CES 2013 kicking off this week, the product announcements are starting to roll out in force from a number of industry heavyweights like Samsung, which recently debuted a new Series 7 Ultra, along with a refreshed Series 7 Chronos ultrabook.
Coby has introduced its very first Google Certified Android-powered tablet.
It could soon be possible to use your smartphone to remotely give someone permission to enter your house.
Facebook is testing a feature in Canada allowing iOS users to make voice calls over Wifi or a cellular connection using its Messenger app.
E Fun has debuted a lineup of Android tablets dubbed the Google Play series. Powered by Jelly Bean (4.1), the tablets feature full access to Google Play, 1.5GHz dual-core processors and an HD (1024 x 600) display.
Interest in Hewlett Packard's (Palm) Open webOS remains higher than ever, despite the fact that HP is no longer actively promoting the stalwart OS.
Polaroid - which in the era of the smartphone camera has been struggling to survive for some time now - is aiming to persuade customers that the proper place for photographs is on the wall.
Canonical has introduced a smartphone-specific version of Linux Ubuntu which uses all four edges of the screen to render a more immersive UI experience.
Apple is reportedly testing the next iteration of its wildly popular iPhone, alongside the recently coded iOS 7.
Japan's NTT Docomo has teamed up with Samsung and Intel to promote the development of a new mobile operating system for smartphones and tablets.
A phablet is basically a device that boasts a larger screen than your typical smartphone, yet is smaller than your average tablet.
XDA dev member Cotulla has managed to get Microsoft Windows RT up and running on HTC's stalwart HD2 smartphone.
Over a third of US households have ditched the landline in favor of a cellphone, a new survey shows.
The high-end Kupa X15 UltraNote is currently available for purchase at a starting price of $1100.
MSI recently debuted a slick new sliding ultrabook dubbed the S20.
Ramos is currently prepping one of the first Android tablets powered by Intel's Atom Z2640 (Medfield) processor - a 1.6 GHz x86 chip paired with PowerVR SGX540 graphics.
Huawei showcases tricked-out phablet ahead of CES 2013.
Google-owned Motorola is reportedly working on a "sophisticated" handset that is slated to hit physical and virtual shelves in 2013.
Google's Nexus 7 is quite the versatile device, as it is capable of running various flavors of Linux and Chromium, as well as its native Android operating system.
Remdond has been heavily promoting its Microsoft Surface RT tablet for months now, although sales of the device have been less-than-stellar, at least compared to Android devices and Apple's iPad.