Smartphone cameras have come a long way, but they're still no match for more powerful devices. Still, smartphones have apps and internet features that those powerful cameras do not, so Sony has devised a nice solution to take advantage of both platforms.
Samsung will debut its Galaxy Gear smart watch at the IFA Berlin conference next week, according to Samsung Mobile EVP Lee Young-hee. What kind of competition will it offer Pebble, iWatch, and others?
Samsung has begun selling its Galaxy Camera NX, a 20.3-megapixel camera with interchangeable lenses running Android OS, in the United Kingdom. You won't believe the price the company is asking for the device.
The LG Quick Window is LG's answer to the Samsung S View. It's an obvious, unabashed take on a small but useful tool debuted by its chief rival, but the Quick Window will probably be even more useful to the LG G2.
GoogleTV and the Nexus Q didn't quite hit the mark, but the launch of Chromecast once again brings the web, TV, and mobile apps into one place. Is the third time the charm? Here's a review of Google's new TV streaming solution.
The worlds of Android and Chrome are intersecting today with the launch of Chromecast, a new small accessory that plugs into an HD TV and gives users the chance stream media or their Chrome browser onto to their television. Is this another Google TV failure waiting to happen or something truly exciting?
The Pebble Smart Watch for Android and iOS that raised millions of dollars on Kickstarter and then went through a drawn-out release process will soon be available in Best Buy. What does this mean for Pebble pre-orders?
Apple has been rumored to develop a smart watch for several months, and with the company applying to trademark the "iWatch" term, it may have provided the first concrete signal that a challenger for Pebble, Samsung, and Google is on the way.
The Soundboard wireless speaker represents something unique in the realm of smartphone accessories. It's not dependent on any operating system or an app, and it doesn't put users through the hassle of Bluetooth or NFC pairing. Soundboard plays music from a smartphone in one of the most interesting ways possible.
The Samsung Galaxy NX looks like a DSLR camera, but it's not just another camera. It's actually another camera that also has 4G LTE, runs Android, and supports professional-level interchangeable lenses to make it one of the most intriguing cameras available.