Regardless of how good battery life might be for a phone, it's probably not good enough for people who use their phone often. Apple iPhone 5 or 5s users who need more power might want to get a Jackery Leaf case.
I can understand why HTC would want to build the One M8 Dot View case; it's tougher for me to understand why anyone would want to buy it if they knew how the case performs on a daily basis.
Amazon today took the first step toward delivering its media library in the living room by announcing the release of Amazon Fire TV, a small black set-top box running a version of Android and HTML.
Xiaomi is a Chinese company on the rise because of it's low-cost but effective smartphones that are wildly popular in China. It's also accused for emulating too much, including a new accusation of copying Pressy the Almighty Android Button.
For a brief moment, people were shocked and excited to learn that LG might be in the process of creating a stylus bracelet that would make it possible to wear your favored screen tool around your wrist It turns out such a stylus bracelet already exists.
Amazon has long been rumored to be working on a set-top box that would connect its service to televisions, but the company may be focused on launching an ad-supported TV and music streaming service.
Motorola today hosted a Google Hangout broadcast to answer selective questions about the Moto 360 smartwatch that it announced yesterday. The answers were very selective but worthwhile for a few details.
Chromecast, the web-connected HDMI dongle that links with a smartphone to stream video and audio on a television, has expanded into new territories. Google has announced that Chromecast is now available in 11 new countries with some region-specific content to go along with it.
Samsung has posted its own official hands-on video to detail the features of the Samsung Galaxy Gear 2 and Gear Fit, the two wearable devices unveiled a few weeks ago.
In addition to confirming that Google is releasing a software development kit for Android wearables, Google has reiterated that it is working on expansion plans for Chromecast. Android SVP Sundar Pichai said that Chromecast will launch in "many more countries" in a few weeks, according to a report from The New Web. UK retailer Currys made it clear that Chromecast would launch there in March, but Pichai's comments suggest that won't be the only place outside of the US to get the HDMI streaming media dongle. Chromecast has sold millions of units, according to Pichai, and that number may soon climb as the device goes international.