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.
When making a gadget for children, it's common to make a device have bright colors and have an added layer of protection because children are not the most careful creatures on Earth. The new Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Kids follows those rules.
The Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 will soon earn the distinction of being the largest smartphone available in the United States when the Android device, which has a 6.3-inch display, arrives soon for 3 of the nation's 5 largest carriers.
LG today announced its 2013 flagship smartphone, the LG G2, with the kind of specifications that may please the many consumers disappointed by the Moto X. For starters, the phone features the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 that offers 2.26 GHz in each of its four cores.
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 New Nexus 7, a follow-up to the 7-inch Android tablet released by Google and ASUS last year, has yet to be officially announced at today's Breakfast with Sundar event. However, that hasn't stopped Best Buy from accepting pre-orders for the device and revealing its specs.
Verizon Wireless today unveiled the next generation of its DROID series of Android smartphones. Designed to "make DROID more powerful than ever before," the new Motorola DROID Ultra, DROID Maxx, and DROID Mini are a familiar update to anyone who has been paying attention to their many leaks.
Canonical has already released support for Android and introduced a gesture-heavy operating system, but now the software company behind Ubuntu wants to get directly involved with hardware by building the Ubuntu Edge phone and computer hybrid to run the software it creates.
HTC has finally confirmed that it will launch a smaller version of its best smartphone, the HTC One, that will scale down certain aspects of the device's hardware. The new HTC One Mini will soon rewrap the HTC One into a shiny but smaller package.
Nokia today unveiled the worst kept secret since it switched to Windows Phone in 2011; the Nokia Lumia 1020 will bring a more robust version of PureView camera technology and introduce a 41-megapixel camera sensor to Windows Phone 8.