Google’s 4th quarter 2013 results are in and things are looking very good for the company. For Q4 2013 Google reported $16.86 billion in revenue, which was up 17 percent when compared to the $14.4 billion
Expectations have been building for a while about the possibility of a Galaxy Note 3 lite from Samsung and a few weeks ago various different sources started to reveal that the device is to be called the
Samsung Russia unveiled a new Galaxy S4 version that takes design cues from the Note 3. Dubbed Black Edition, the new Galaxy S4 comes with the faux leather finish that Samsung introduced on the Galaxy
It’s been a very active week in the world of Android and not just on the hardware side of things. To start, NVIDIA ended exclusivity with TegraZone and now all devices that run Android 2.2 and up can it.
On Wednesday Jason Mackenzie took to HTC’s website to talk about Android 4.4 KitKat’s North American arrival, revealing that they were behind schedule and that HTC One owners in Canada and the United were
We first reported on All-Dock towards the end of December of last year, and at the time the Kickstarter project still had about a month left before ending. The project’s funding round has now concluded,
If you’re looking to bring an whole new level of customization to your Pebble smartwatch, you’ll want to turn your attention to a nifty new app called AutoPebble. So why would you be interested in this
The HTC One KitKat update for North American carriers didn’t meet the original self-imposed deadline, but HTC doesn’t appear to be too far off. Yesterday we reported that carrier-branded HTC One handsets
If you want cutting edge technology at a fraction of the usual price then you can find it in the Chinese market. We saw a range of impressive smartphones, phablets, and tablets from Chinese manufacturers
If you were crestfallen when you heard that Scentee's fragrance-emitting smartphone add-on would be hard to get outside of Japan, you can relax -- it's now available worldwide through the company's site.
Apple is exploring a variety of different charging methods for its upcoming "iWatch" smart watch project, according to a report from The New York Times. At the top of the list for Apple appears to be charging,
Microsoft Research's Andy Wilson demonstrates a 'touch-screen' projector on Joshua Topolsky's back. Microsoft will aim to make all of its scientific research publicly accessible in a move to spread "the
The Telegraph reports that European Union police officials are quietly meeting to develop a system that would allow law enforcement to kill any car's engine from a central control facility. The fundamental
Microsoft’s first update to Windows 8.1 has leaked today on various file-sharing websites ahead of its March debut. The early build includes a number of changes that Microsoft is making to improve the
We've heard that when Apple reveals its first smartwatch product, there's going to be a heavy focus on health and fitness, but there might also be a way to charge the wearable without plugging it in, to
Hot on the heels of a deal with CNN and Dataminr to bring the benefits of its data to journalists, Twitter is focusing on unlocking the potential of its platform for the music industry. The company today