Sony is reportedly prepping a 5-inch 1080p smartphone codenamed "Yuga."
Apple says it's shifted more than two million iPhone 5s in China during the phone's first three days on sale.
Verizon is currently rolling out its long-awaited Android Jelly Bean (4.1) update for Samsung's flagship Galaxy S3 handset.
When Apple debuted its long-awaited iPad mini in October, many analysts criticized the $329 price tag as too expensive for a 7-inch entry tablet.
It's annoying for everybody when a user clicks on an ad by mistake. For the user, obviously - but also for the advertiser, who's paying for clicks that bring no benefit.
Verizon has confirmed that it will (finally) be rolling out Google's long-awaited Jelly Bean (Android 4.1) upgrade for Samsung's flagship Galaxy S III smartphone on December 14.
Samsung is reportedly preparing to launch its Galaxy Note III "phablet" sometime in 2013. The device is slated to boast an even bigger screen than its predecessor which sports a 5.5-inch screen.
The Asus VivoTab Smart, which runs Windows 8, has gone up for pre-order at J&R and Abt.
iPad owners have had access since August, and now Amazon's Instant Video app has gone live for Apple's iPhone and iPod touch.
Google Maps is now back on the iPhone, following the outcry from users when Apple launched its own, disastrous maps app in September.
There are currently three primary Chromebooks on the market: Samsung's ARM-powered device, Acer's $199 Intel x86-based (Celeron 847) laptop and Acer's $300 C710-2605 which apparently rolled out earlier today.
Sales of Microsoft's Windows 8 RT tablet may be less-than-stellar, but Redmond remains determined to promote its flagship tablet in mainstream retail stores.
The Federal Communications Commission has given Dish Networks the nod to switch spectrum currently used for satellite communications over to wireless use.
Mobile applications storefronts have collectively distributed a cumulative total of 81 billion smartphone and tablet apps as of September 2012.
Intel's x86 entry into the ARM-dominated smartphone and tablet market is progressing rather slowly.
An analyst at Jeffries investment firm says Apple will roll out its next iPhone and iPad by June 2012, to be followed by a television set in the fall of 2013.
Australian police are warning drivers not to use Apple Maps, after six people needed rescuing thanks to the app's dodgy directions.
Amazon's current lineup of Kindle Fire HD tablets are somewhat hobbled by locked bootloaders.
Samsung's flagship Galaxy S3 handset is one of the most popular smartphones on the market.
Federal Communications Commission chairman Julius Genachowski is urging the aviation industry to get a move on and start allowing mobile devices to be used during takeoff and landing.