Samsung's long-awaited Galaxy S4 is finally here

Samsung has officially unveiled its flagship Galaxy S4 (IV) smartphone. Clearly, this handset is all about the slick specs, which boasts a 5-inch 1080p (1,920 x 1,080) Super AMOLED panel rendering a pixel density of 441 ppi.

Apple plays defense as Samsung's Galaxy S4 goes FTW

Apple may have redefined handsets with its revolutionary iPhone, but Samsung appears poised to take smartphones to the next level with its long-awaited Galaxy S4 (IV).

Andy Rubin steps away from Android, starts new chapter at Google

Google CEO Larry Page has confirmed that Android co-founder Andy Rubin is starting a "new chapter" at Mountain View as he hands over the Android reins to Sundar Pichai.

Clash over specs - Samsung's Galaxy S4 (IV)

Samsung is slated to officially debut its flagship Android Jelly Bean-powered Galaxy S4 (IV) smartphone tomorrow.

Google showcases Project Glass tech at SXSW

Google showcased a number of Project Glass apps this week South by South West (SXSW) in Austin, Texas.

Acer expands C7 Chromebook lineup

Acer has expanded its C7 Chromebook lineup with a new laptop.

Netflix arrives on ARM-powered Samsung Chromebook

Samsung's $250 Chromebook rolled out in October and quickly climbed to the top of the charts on Amazon.

Tablet app revenue to outpace smartphones by 2018

‚ÄčTablet apps remain on track to generate a whopping $8.8 billion in revenue in 2013, compared to the $16.4 billion projected for smartphone apps.

Cube U30GT2 rocks a high-res screen and quad-core processor

A slick tablet has turned up from Chinese manufacturer Cube that offers an uber-high resolution (1920 x 1200) 10.1-inch display

Early iPhone prototype: 5x7-inch display and serial port!?

An ancient Apple iPhone prototype from 2005 featured a massive 5x7-inch display, along with a number of connectivity options, including a USB port, ethernet jack and even a serial port.

txtr beagle lands in the US for $69

It's been a while since we last discussed the txtr beagle eReader from Germany. As you may recall, we mentioned the little device back in October of 2012 when it first surfaced with a price of €10, working out to about $13 here in the US.

Thousands of censors delete China's tweets

Chinese censors work very, very quickly, it seems, with a new report concluding that they're getting rid of unwanted posts on local Twitter clone Weibo almost immediately.

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 could be the biggest phablet yet

Samsung's Galaxy Note 2 phablet measures in at 5.5 inches. However, the South Korean-based company is looking to go even bigger for the next iteration of the popular device.

Is Apple having an identity crisis?

Apple has single-handedly redefined both the mobile and PC markets over the past decade with a number of iconic devices, including the iPod, iPhone, iMac, iPad and MacBook Air.

Linux founder loves his Chromebook Pixel

Linux founder Linus Torvalds loves his new Google Chromebook Pixel, which he believes puts most other laptops to shame.

Video: The Surface Pro knockoffs are here

Microsoft's Surface Pro is a high-end Windows 8 tablet selling at a cool $999 price point, scaling up accordingly based on specs and accessories.

Apple's iPhone 5S is on the mobile horizon

All eyes may be focused on Samsung's long-awaited Galaxy S IV smartphone, yet anticipation is also building for Apple's iPhone 5S and the next iteration of Cupertino's mobile operating system, iOS 7.

White House pledges to eliminate cellphone unlocking ban

The White House has bowed to public opinion, and said that it too believes cellphone unlocking should be legal.

Opera releases Android beta

Just three weeks after announcing its plans to scrap its Pesto rendering engine and switch to WebKit, Opera's released a beta version of the Opera browser for Android that it showed off at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona last month.

Report: Samsung's Galaxy S IV to boast eye-tracking tech

Anticipation is building for Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S IV smartphone, which is slated to make its long-awaited debut later this month.