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After Lenovo's CFO had expressly stated that the company is interested in acquiring RIM or its hardware business, the Chinese computer-maker and owner of the ThinkPad brand is now playing it cool.
The Kyocera Torque is a rare breed as it's both a ruggedized Android smartphone and one that packs 4G LTE network connectivity on Sprint's U.S. network.
Huawei made a surprise ascend to the top of the smartphone list with its Ascend range of smartphones in the last quarter of 2012 propelling the Chinese smartphone-maker into a third-place finish in smartphone volume, beating out familiar names like LG, Motorola, Nokia, ...
What used to be a status symbol, Apple's attempts to bring the iPhone to the mass is turning off some of its wealthy and fashion-forward audience in urban Asian cities like Singapore and Hong Kong.
Rumors of what the next generation iPhone and iPad models may look like have already been swirling and the latest one may suggest that Apple is ready to upgrade the storage capacity of its highest end models with a 128 GB edition of either the iPhone 5S and/or the iPad.
Apple has fueled our obsession with high pixel density display thanks to its clever marketing of Retina Display, and since then Android manufacturers have been striving to out-Retina Apple in the display department.
A new report suggests that Samsung may be prepping its own Nexus 7 competitor in the form of a new 7-inch Galaxy Tab slate that will be priced competitive.
As the growth momentum for the iPhone starts to slow and Apple's iPad market share is predicted by some analysts to dip for the first time below 50 percent this year, will Apple turn to its hobby, Apple TV, for a revival?
In its earnings call, Google gave some hints about what's happening as it enters the hardware business with its Nexus smartphone and tablet line as well as the newly acquired Motorola Mobility unit.
The bendable battery technology may help accelerate the design of wearable computing devices and new form factors when combined with flexible display technologies, like the Youm OLED panels.
Qualcomm has finally reacted to rival Samsung's latest entry into the mobile CPU market with the announcement of the Samsung Exynos 5 Octa, an 8-core mobile processor based on architecture from ARM Holdings.
Validity shows off a hidden fingerprint reader that could make future smartphones more secure.
LG had released more details with its turnaround plan for its smartphone business as it intends to ship 75 million devices this year, with some of them being Windows Phone 8 smartphones.
It appears that Sony is hoping to replicate the success and attention that the Xperia Z has been receiving with a rumored new Xperia Tablet Z Android tablet model.
It's still unclear on what the cost savings and profit margin would be for a cheaper iPhone, but with emerging markets like China, India, and Africa, the tradeoff would be greater and more lucrative market share for Apple.
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 square-screened, QWERTY-equipped BlackBerry X10 smartphone has been spotted on social photo sharing site Instagram prior to the device's expected announcement by Research in Motion on January 30.
Korean news agency Yonhap is speculating that LG will release its Optimus G2, successor to the flagship Optimus G, in the fall.
The new Samsung Exynos 5 Octa may not have next-generation graphics, likel falls between Apple's A5X and A6X processors.
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 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.
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.
A new display technology from Tactus can create physical buttons on a touchscreen display ranging from smartphones to tablets and even TVs.
Panasonic has introduced their 4K tablet prototype which looks very impressive with a 20" screen, Windows 8, and two hour battery life.
Qualcomm took to stage at the Consumer Electronics Show to introduce a lineup of Snapdragon processors consisting of the Snapdragon 600 and Snapradragon 800 ARM-based CPUs.
At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Samsung promoted new capabilities and integration between tablets and HDTV. The South Korean Consumer Electronics manufacturer announced that it would be easier to have a multi-screen environment between tablets and TVs as ...
Fitbit was demonstrating its new Fitbit Flex fitness band at the Consumer Electronics Show and we were able to take a closer look at the device.
MobileDemand's at it again with a fully rugged Tablet PC. The xTablet T7200 meets MIL-SPEC standards for durability and is built to operate in harsh environments.
The Nexus 7 is finally shipping, but where can you buy one without having to wait for Google to ship it out?
Based on our exclusive photos of an iPad Mini engineering sample, this is what we think it might look like in the glass and plastic flesh.
With or without Windows 8, Fujitsu's product cycle is moving forward. But worry not, their new Windows 7 tablets are built with the next version of Windows in mind.
Microsoft's purchase of Perceptive Pixel, a giant touchscreen computer maker, points to big things to come.