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Google has recently published a schedule of the various different tracks that developers can choose from as they navigate around the Google I/O conference this year, and gaming on Android appears to be a heavy focus.
We got a chance to take the HTC First for a spin today, which is the first official 'Facebook phone' that comes pre-loaded with the Facebook Home user interface.
With the splashy announcements of Mobile World Congress slowly dying down, here are five of the most exciting phones from MWC 2013.
The HP U160 is a mobile monitor that compliments any laptop for great additional screen space on both business trips and vacations.
There were a lot of new tablets announced at CES 2013. Read here about some of the best new models.
A giant mechanical spider made an appearance at CES 2013 and the guys who built it were kind enough to let us take it for a test drive.
According to the South Korean tech giant, the Windows RT-powered ATIV Tab won't be headed to the U.S. market because it's confusing and the average consumer doesn't understand what the difference between Windows RT and Windows 8 is.
The BodyGuardz Pure Glass is a new screen protector that joins the competition for the emerging market of Glass Screen protectors.
At the Consumer Electronics Show this year, Chinese smartphone-maker ZTE had been busy hawking its wares, and the company has found success as it has announced that its flagship Grand S smartphone will be headed to North American carriers.
While Samsung's rumored Exynos 5 Octa processor with an 8-core design based on ARM's Cortex A15 CPU is rumored for the Galaxy S4 smartphone, emerging Chinese smartphone-maker Huawei has said it will match Samsung with its own 8-core chipset.
AT&T Mobility has announced that it is now carrying the Lenovo IdeaTab A2107 Android tablet to its product portfolio.
On my plane home from the Consumer Electronics Show, I was fortunate enough to sit next to a distributer who is a partner of Mophie, maker of the popular iPhone battery case.
Check out the best of CES 2013. Here are the top products, technology and gadgets we've found during CES 2013.
The Sony Xperia Z hasemerged as the first big smartphone in 2013. Here's how it matches up against the Galaxy S4.
At the Consumer Electronics Show, Polaroid introduced the world's first Android-powered smart camera with support for interchangeable lenses, giving it capabilities like a DSLR where you can change between fast lenses, wide angles, and zooms and telephotos.
Even though ZTE was showing some new Android smartphones and phablets at the Consumer Electronics Show this year, company U.S. head Cheng Lixin says that ZTE is already working with a few European carriers to deliver a Firefox phone later this year.
At least one accessory maker has Samsung Galaxy S4 cases ready for a June launch. At this point though, the real Galaxy S4 release date remains unclear.
Here, in this feature, we take a look at what we consider to be the six most exciting smartphones for the first half of 2013.
The LarkLife is a band similar to the Fuelband that assists users in their personal health and fitness.
UltraHD, more colloquially referred to as 4K, displays are the meme of this year's Consumer Electronics Show much like how 3D displays were a large theme a few years ago. And It's good to see that UltraHD will be migrating from both large HDTVs to smaller monitors and t...
At the Consumer Electronics Show, Panasonic introduced a ruggedized enterprise class Windows Phone 8 Touchpad FZ-A1 tablet.
At CES 2013, Sharp showed off its IGZO display technology, technology that could be arriving on the iPhone 6 or the iPad 5.
The new Canon PowerShot N is about half the size of a typical point-and-shoot camera with easy sharing options.
The big news coming out of the Now Network at CES is new Windows Phone 8 handsets from HTC and Samsung that would be arriving on Sprint's 4G LTE this summer.
We look at the Huawei Ascend Mate, the 6.1-inch phablet set to compete with the Galaxy Note 2 later this year.
The Dell Latitude 10 Essentials, a lower price Windows 8 tablet with a dock and an Atom processor. This $500 tablet cuts the pen digitizer and cellular connectivity options found in the enterprise model announced in 2012.
The Lego Mindstorms EV3 is a new device that allows users to experience simple robotics tasks, and also learn basic programming.
At the Consumer Electronics Show, we saw an iPad mount called the Padcaster that will help users add video accessories and record better videos.
While Swype's credit card swiper is a great tool for small businesses, larger retail enterprises may want a more visible point of sale system and that's where accessories-maker Griffin Technology steps in.
At the Consumer Electronics Show, Concept 101 was showing off some accessories that it was working together in partnership with U.S. carrier giant AT&T.
The Lowes Iris system makes home automation an affordable reality for iPhone and Android users looking for security, comfort and convenience. The system starts at $179 and includes options for remoter monitoring.
Check out the Tactus Morphing Tactile keyboard rise out of a touch screen on a 7-inch tablet to offer a better typing experience. This is one of the coolest looking demo's we've seen at CES 2013.
The new iBattz Mojo Refuel and Mojo Armor iPhone 5 battery case use the same interchangeable batteries as the Samsung Galaxy S3.
The Spigen GLAS-tR iPhone 5 screen protector is made of chemically strengthened glass that protects the iPhone 5's screen in the event of a fall.