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Acer and other PC OEMs are optimistic about Windows 8.1 which will likely be friendlier to users who prefer mouse and keyboard to touchscreens.
Sony decides to waive the fee to publish games to PlayStation Mobile, making it easier to create games for the PlayStation Vita and Xperia Z.
Less than a month after its release the HTC First is now available on AT&T for just $0.99 on a two-year contract.
Samsung posts an official hands-on of the Galaxy S4, a 13-minute video that highlights all of its new features.
A leaked Gogole Maps UI shows fullscreen Maps with floating elements that would look perfectly at home on the iPad.
T-Mobile takes a shot at AT&T's "overcrowded" networkin a new ad featuring the iPhone 5 and a series of tubes.
A new Nokia document details the company's "more human" approach to smartphones and shows an unknown Lumia smartphone.
RunKeeper for iOS and Android will now show realtime run information on the Pebble smartwatch.
The new Rovio Account will sync Angry Birds progress across multiple devices, and lets multiple people save games on one device.
The rumored LG Optimus G2 appears in a Sprint web page with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor and Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean.
The Otterbox Armor Series for iPhone 5 is now available, bringing Otterbox's toughest case to Apple's most recent smartphone.
Adobe announce Mighty Pen Bluetooth stylus and Napoleon digital ruler to make it easier to create art on a tablet.
The next Xbox will still play games when not connected to the Internet according to a leaked internal email from Microsoft.
Apple is banning more app sharing apps from the App Store, rejecting apps that feature "filtering, bookmarking, searching, or sharing recommendations."
Gmail for iPhone now lets users sign out of individual accounts and open links directly in Chrome, YouTube and Google Maps.
The new Fitbit Flex, the first wristband fitness and sleep tracker from Fitbit, is now available for $99.95.
T-Mobile TV brings a streaming TV option to the iPhone, if they're willing to pay $12.99 per month for the privilege.
AT&T may offer new prepaid plans under a new All In One brand next month with smartphone plans starting at $50 for unlimited talk and text and 2GB of data.
U.S. Cellular revealed that it will start offering Apple products to its users later this year, likely paving the way for the iPhone.
Google Glass will soon support turn-by-turn directions and text messages for iPhone users as well as Android users.
The Asus Cube, a Google TV device, ships with an experimental version of AirPlay that lets users stream web video to their TV.
Instagram now lets users add their friends to their photos along with a new profile section that shows photos they're tagged in.
A new rumor claims Microsoft will debut the second generation of Surface tablets featuring 7-inch and 9-inch displays at Build in June.
Adobe is working on a version of Lightroom for iPad that will edit RAW photos with many of the same features as the desktop app.
Heads Up is a new iPhone party game designed for Ellen Degeneres and her show that anybody can buy for $0.99.
Next generation Intel integrated graphics wil lead to better laptop gaming and possibly en eventual MacBook Air with Retina Display.
We take a look at the new LG Optimus G Pro, LG's answer to Samsung's Galaxy Note 2 with the same specs and many features of the Galaxy S4.
Sid Meier's Ace Patrol is a new turn-based strategy game for the iPhone and iPad with WWI planes.
Microsoft sent out invitation to its E3 press conference on June 10 where it will show the new Xbox games available at launch.
The merger of T-Mobile and MetroPCS is complete. Both brands will operate as they had before. MetroPCS users will soon get a wider selection of phones.
The LG Optimus G Pro is an AT&T exclusive that will come to the carrier on May 10. Pre-orders begin on May 3.
Apple's iOS 7 may face delays due to Jony Ive's flatter design ideals for the platform. It's currently scheduled to debut at WWC 2013 in June.
AT&T will give users at least $100 of credit for any recent smartphone they trade-in for another smartphone.
The new Mophie Juice Pack for HTC One effectively doubles the battery life of the HTC One while maintaining the beautiful design.