The writing is on the wall, and it's clear from many analysts and sales statistics that the traditional PC market is declining.
Citi analyst Glen Yeung believes sales of Apple's flagship iPad will continue to decrease as smaller tablets - including the iPad Mini - steadily erode the iPad's market share.
An ARM executive says he believes $100 price points for both Android smartphones and tablets will be the next big mobile wave.
Microsoft launched its long-awaited Windows 8 Surface Pro tablet earlier this month, with the device quickly selling out at a number of retailers.
Apple has dropped the price of its Retina-enabled 13-inch MacBook Pro to a cool $1,499 (from $1,699) for 128GB of flash, and $1,699 for a new 2.6 GHz processor and 256GB of flash.
Mobile phone sales worldwide fell last year for the first time since 2009, says Gartner, dropping 1.7 percent to 1.75 billion units.
The Federal Communications Commission is defending its efforts to tighten up the rules for its Lifeline program, which subsidizes cellphones for people on low incomes.
We last checked in about the Vivaldi Linux tablet back in September. As you may recall, the device was originally slated to feature a Plasma Active user interface (UI), yet had encountered a number of hardware-related delays.
Bluestacks users have been able to run Android apps on their Mac OS X and Windows operating systems for quite some time now.
It may seem somewhat counter-intuitive to run Ubuntu Linux on Microsoft's flagship Windows 8 tablet, which isn't exactly an inexpensive piece of hardware.
Two European carriers are warning iPhone 4S users not to upgrade to iOS 6.1 until Apple fixes bugs - and IT departments are reporting problems too.
Apple's reported to be working on a smart watch boasting a curved touchscreen and running iOS.
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.
A British team is putting the finishing touches to the first-ever satellite to be controlled entirely by a mobile phone.
By 2017, there will be more mobile internet devices on the planet than people, new research indicates, putting the internet itself under strain.
We last discussed the Canonical Ubuntu-powered smartphone a few weeks ago when it was confirmed the devices would use all four corners of the screen to provide a more immersive experience.
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.
Google's changing the way it sells sponsored links in search results, in a move aimed at boosting its mobile advertising.