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With the upcoming GDR2 software update for current Windows Phone 8 devices, Microsoft may once again enable the FM radio functionality that was present on Windows Phone 7 but disappeared with Windows Phone 8.
In a leak that detailed that the Android 4.2 Jelly Bean software update will be the last update to be pushed to Samsung's dual-core Galaxy line of Android smartphones and tablets, the company may essentially be saying that for Android 5.0 and beyond, a quad-core CPU may...
Despite targeting the more entry-level market with a rumored second new iPhone that will debut this fall alongside a flagship iPhone 5S with more powerful specs, Apple is speculated to still make a lot of money on this low-cost model.
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop confirmed in an interview on Finnish television that "beautiful [Lumia] phones are coming."
A new report says that Google is watching on its own version of a smart watch, a form factor that's picking up momentum with rumors of Apple and Samsung developing their own wrist companion to the popular smartphone market.
Sprint is rumored to be carrying the ZTE Quantum for its 4G LTE network.
A new version of the Google Play Store had leaked, and Droid-life had installed the new storefront, which takes us to a major version 4.0 upgrade, that shows a more refined UI and may hint at the future direction of Android.
ABC parent company Disney is working on an app that would allow TV watchers to view live network content on their smartphones or tablets.
While the real Bigfoot is still nowhere to be found, Motorola's Sasquatch, Yeti, and Ghost smartphones are now rumored to be headed to AT&T's 4G LTE network in the U.S.
Google had announced that it is cancelling its Google Reader RSS service effective July 1, 2013 with faithful news junkies hoping that Google would reverse course.
In addition to the recently rumored Google Keep service, Google is also speculated to be working on a unified messaging service called Babble.
Pocket, formerly known as Read It Later, may find a new behemoth of a competitor in Google if it launches its newly leaked Google Keep service.
A leaked screenshot of Verizon Wireless' inventory system suggests that the carrier's next high-end Nokia Lumia 928 smartphone, which is rumored to include the same PureView imaging technology from rival AT&T's Nokia Lumia 920, will come in a variety of colors.
An unannounced Motorola Android handset was shown leaked on video, but the device is believed to not be the much rumored Motorola X Phone that's believed to be announced at the Google I/O developer conference in May.
Newly leaked images of the BlackBerry Q10 smartphone show the QWERTY BlackBerry 10-powered device with a soft-touch rubberized backside, similar to the material used on the BlackBerry Z10.
After being rumored to be arriving first in the U.S. on AT&T's 4G LTE network, it is now believed that the BlackBerry Z10 smartphone will be in AT&T retail stores on March 22.
After denying rumors that it would be building retail stores similar to those operated by Apple and Microsoft, it appears that Google may be gunning instead for Amazon with a new e-commerce strategy.
Though Samsung was rumored to be announcing its third-generation Galaxy Tab tablets at Mobile World Congress late last month, the company skipped the Galaxy Tab 3 announcement in favor of focusing on the new Galaxy Note 8.0.
In the U.S. market, those who are eager to jump on the BlackBerry 10 OS bandwagon with the slate-styled BlackBerry Z10 smartphone may want to look to AT&T as the carrier is speculated to be the first to offer the device in the States.
After much waiting, the long awaited 4G LTE-enabled edition of Samsung's S-Pen-enabled Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet may land on March 7 if rumors are to be believed.
From a job posting, it appears that Microsoft is on track to release the next major release of Windows Phone, probably called Windows Phone Blue to match the Windows 8 Blue release, later this year.
In the past, Apple's been rumored to enter the space occupied by the living room to the car, and there is a lot of traditional space that Apple could lend its user experience expertise in. Here are four of the top ones we've seen rumored recently:
MWC 2013's biggest sasquatch may be Nokia's much rumored and highly anticipated Nokia EOS smartphone with a 41-megapixel PureView sensor for Windows Phone 8.
With technologies maturing behind flexible OLED displays, bendable glass, and foldable batteries, it looks like the time is ripe for wearable computing form factors such as the much rumored Apple iWatch or the Samsung Altius Galaxy Watch.
Despite persistent rumors that Nokia may be developing its own Windows tablet of some kind, the latest speculation now is that such an announcement--at least with Windows RT--will not be happening at Mobile World Congress next week.
Rumors have been leaking like crazy about Apple's second generation iPad mini, and now we have one more to add to the list about the iPad 5, or fifth generation full-sized iPad slate.
It was previously speculated that Facebook's Instagram photo sharing network would be delivering a dedicated app to BlackBerry 10 smartphones in the future, but now we are hearing that this won't be the case.
Following Microsoft's lead of integrating touchscreens with many Ultrabooks and notebooks, it appears that Google may be introducing a touchscreen-capable Chromebook for a launch later this year.
With the latest Android 4.2.2 software update that was recently released to Nexus devices, Google made references to its Android @ Home project that was introduced nearly two years ago.
Apple may be releasing a wholly redesigned MacBook Air with a Retina Display as early as the third quarter of this year if rumors are to be believed.
After having released a number of more economically priced tablets, Archos is back in the game and is rumored to be announcing as many as three new budget-conscious smartphones at Mobile World Congress at the end of the month.
Today is the day that HTC will be introducing the much rumored and talked about HTC One smartphone, and now there is new speculations that HTC may introduce a tablet based on Canonical's Ubuntu OS for tablets at the same event.
Microsoft is expected to roll out its update to the Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 operating system known as Windows Blue and Windows Phone Blue.
It looks like the forthcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 may have been hiding in plain sight when Samsung debuted the Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet with the S-Pen in a new red hue.
Rumors are surfacing that HP may choose to release a quad-core tablet running NVIDIA's Tegra 4 CPU and a smartphone in 2014 with Google's Android operating system rather than the webOS operating system that it had acquired along with Palm