Toshiba has announced an enhanced smartphone camera image sensor that should spark a rise in general mobile camera performance.
TP Vision has announced ahead of the IFA consumer electronics trade show in Berlin that its Philips TVs powered by Android will feature Spotify Connect support.
Hybrid London buses that use batteries and a motor will now start recharging at stops, wirelessly. The inductive charge should mean the engine won't need to be used as much, or at all.
Headphones are everywhere right now, from established brand names to apparent armies of newcomers busying the market.
HP is recalling six million power cords it distributed with its notebook computers between September 2010 and June 2012 after 29 isolated cases of similar cords overheating, melting or charring resulting in claims of burns and property damage.
The new Nexus X tablet, made by HTC, has leaked showing its 64-bit Nvidia Tegra K1 innards. The tablets appeared on a CPU-Z report running the Tegra K1 Denver at 2.5GHz.
Amazon announced yesterday that it bought Twitch. This has clearly rubbed some people the wrong way as the site has been hit by a denial of service attack.
Kobo has announced a new version of its top-end eBook reader that you can read near the pool or sea without fear of dropping it.
Jabra has unveiled its latest wireless earbuds that are made with sports in mind featuring a built-in heart rate monitor and aerobic capacity measure.
HTC has announced what it describes as the company's "most affordable" LTE smartphone: the HTC Desire 510.
IFA is very nearly upon us. Companies use the annual trade fair to showcase new product launches, including everything from televisions to smartphones.
Do you remember the names Vitaliy Raskalov and Vadim Makhorov? They’re the two Russian thrill seekers who climbed the incredible Shanghai Tower last year and posted a video of their exploits.
Gmail now comes with Hangouts. Google has updated Gmail across all devices - even the web - so that it includes a new Hangouts tab.
Huawei is expected to become the first Chinese brand to offer a smartphone with a sapphire screeen, as it is preparing to launch a sapphire edition of the Ascend P7 next month.
Apple's iPad is about to get a lot bigger, it's claimed. Bloomberg has reported that Apple is getting ready to manufacturer its "largest-ever" iPad, and that production will kick off in the first quarter of 2015.
Uber now offers a meal-delivery service of sorts in the US. But it's only available at lunch time in one city during a limited run.
Archos has once again unveiled a cluster of new products all at once, including smartphones, tablets, and connected objects.
Instagram has added a new feature to its iOS app that essentially provides a time-lapse experience. Only it's a little different than traditional time lapse because it works whether your device's camera is remaining steady or in motion.
Officially, pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy Alpha are due to start on Thursday 28 August, but you can already order yours now thanks to Mobile Phones Direct, which has opened its pages for the new Android handset.
No sooner has LG released one Android Wear smartwatch than it's about to unveil another. Although we've not had confirmation of the name yet, the company's "newest wearable" has already been teased by LG Mobile Global and if the not so subtle clues...