There have long been rumors that Square, the company best known for processing credit card payments through a small reader connected to an Android or iOS device, might be acquired by another company. That company might be Google.
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.