HTC’s been having some tough times lately. While one of the major manufacturer of Android devices, the company is having a hard time enjoying the same amount of success as its key rival Samsung, who, other than Apple, is the...
Ready for the battle of the phones? This year's crop of high-end smartphones is starting to emerge, like bear cubs crawling out of their burrows, sniffing the spring air. First out is the HTC One, a handsome, powerful animal...
The Galaxy S 4, Samsung's latest and greatest, has a cute feature we'll probably see in a lot of phones soon: You can shoot both yourself and your surroundings at the same time, using the front- and back-mounted cameras....
HTC and Microsoft go a long way back when the company used to exclusively make smartphones running Windows Mobile. Naturally, then, when Microsoft released Windows Phone, HTC was onboard with some really neat devices at...
The world's thinnest 10-inch and currently world's most water-and-dust-resistant Android tablet is available to order now for June delivery.
The first-ever manned airplane that can fly by day or night on the Sun's power alone took off Friday on the first leg of a trip across the United States.
Barnes & Noble is touting its latest price cuts as part of campaign in support of the Get London Reading initiative, suggesting that the offer will run for a limited time only, however it is yet to give a cut-off date.
New claims add strength to initial reports that Microsoft is set to launch smaller mobile devices in order to build its tablet market share.
Google Glass poses security threats as the wearable computer developed by the search giant does not have any PIN or authentication system, hackers have revealed.
Computing peripheral and accessory companies, including Belkin, are finally launching docking stations for the technology that could play a key role in bringing desktop features to mobile devices.
Following the success of the Nexus 4 handset, the South Korean phonemaker has been selected by Google to build the next Android reference device -- the appropriately named Nexus 5.
The Google Glass, which overlays digital information in the real world, could be water-proof, as a well known technology and social media personality has discovered.
Researchers have created an advertising system, which is able to track people's eye movements while they shop.
Despite their high price and the lack of native content, Ultra High Definition Televisions appear to be catching on much faster than expected.
Extend a TV screen's display beyond its own bezel is the idea behind Microsoft's IllumiRoom project, an ultra-wide video projector that's been designed using Xbox Kinect camera technology.
Researchers in Sweden have developed a new technique where you can charge your devices anywhere without electricity, provided there is a water source nearby.
Leaked Japanese sales material points to a summer launch for the next iteration of Apple's smartphone.
New reports confirm that the South Korean company is set to launch a rugged, water-resistant version of the Galaxy S IV.
Vehicular-based activities abound as no-good drifter Trevor and car requisitionist Franklin get on the wrong side of the law, and a submersible stumbles upon a sunken wreck in the latest "Grand Theft Auto V" images.
Reinvigorated technology player Yahoo! Monday unveiled a dusted-off design of its Flickr photo platform only hours after the company's dramatic acquisition of blogging site Tumblr.