Following its aborted first launch attempt several weeks ago, the artist formerly known as Research in Motion has returned with its BlackBerry Messenger app for iPhone and Android -- although you'll still have to wait to actually use it.
After 9 p.m. on a Thursday night is an odd time to launch a new flagship smartphone, but that's just what the Google Play Store did with the LG-made Nexus 5 last night — except the whole thing was a mistake.
That e-tailer Amazon is working diligently on its own smartphone is hardly a secret -- it's been rumored for quite some time. But could the company partner with HTC and make the handset exclusive to subscribers of its Prime service?
One of the more fascinating ideas Google has had for its Android operating system is Ingress, an augmented reality game that's partially intended to let game enthusiasts enjoy their pastime while getting out into the real world. As AllThingsD reports, its current dedicated audience isn't huge, but that isn't stopping the software giant from bringing it to iOS sometime next year.
While a vocal minority cry out for an even larger iPhone, those making Android handsets keep delivering the goods. Troubled smartphone maker HTC is the latest, hoping to topple Samsung's Galaxy Note 3 with the One Max.
It's no secret that Google TV has had a rough go of it, despite Eric Schmidt's claims of living room domination. But could a simple rebranding to connect the dots to Google's mobile products do the trick?
You've got to hand it to Google — they just won't give up on the Chromebook dream. The company's latest hardware partner is none other than HP, who has helped reduce the cost of the internet-connected laptop to a mere $279.
Google's $35 streaming dongle is getting a little kick in the pants today, thanks to the addition of Hulu Plus support from the iPad or Android devices -- and just in time for the fall television season.
T-Mobile's U.S. division has been shaking up the wireless industry in recent months, but is any of this change having a real effect on its bottom line? Thanks largely to the iPhone, all signs point to yes.
In a volley of late-night press releases, e-tailer Amazon unleashed the latest generation of its Kindle Fire tablets, which now includes a seven-inch model starting at a mere $139 and one of the coolest tech support features you're ever likely to see.