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.
Rumors and leaks are heating up and you know what that means: pure speculation! Fakes! A slowly growing fever pitch of excitement as we get closer and closer to the big day. If the 9/10 predictors are right, we'll be seeing Apple invites pretty soon, but only time will tell. That, and a MacLife columnist goes Android rogue — GASP!!!
If you thought Apple's recent courtroom victory against Samsung pointed to the end of its patent battles, think again -- the iPhone maker is now attempting to expand its infringement claims to include Android 4.1 itself.
It's getting harder for tech companies to keep their unannounced products bottled up, and Google is no exception, with the company's latest Android-powered, Nexus-branded handset has just been outed ahead of its announcement on Monday.
Last week, Google announced its own Android event on October 29, which directly competes with the long-planned Microsoft launch of Windows Phone 8 on the same day. Now the search giant is finding out karma is a… well, you know.
The folks at Google certainly aren't having a very good 4th of July after Samsung lost its appeal over a preliminary injunction granted to Apple, which effectively shuts down sales of the flagship Galaxy Nexus handset until a software patch arrives to address the infringement.
It's hard to believe it's only been two years and two months since Steve Jobs penned his "Thoughts on Flash" missive on the Apple website -- and now, Adobe is throwing in the towel on Android support effective August 15th.
Google I/O kicked off this morning with a highly anticipated keynote, announcing innovations and inventions surrounding the new Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, Google Nexus 7 tablet by Asus, Nexus Q media player, and Google search improvements. The theme was the extension of the Android ecosystem beyond typical mobile devices.