Nike has announced layoffs for the majority of the team behind its FuelBand wearable. The news is sudden and surprising, but it may be because Nike is rumored to be partnering with Apple for its wearable product.
Secrets about Apple's new iPhone continue to leak, and the latest leak includes a photo of the supposed new iPhone next to the current version, showing what will be the biggest change in screen and phone size yet.
There's a rumor going around that the Sprint website has helped leak the specifications for the upcoming LG G3, and the details appear to confirm what we've been hearing about LG's next flagship phone.
Motorola's recently announced smartwatch has been heavily teased but not clarified on some key details like display technology and battery life. G for Games claims to have obtained some of that information.
Google Voice is used by a large number of people in the United States, but new rumors suggest that the call forwarding and texting service will be phased out in order to make way for Google Hangouts as the sole communication app from Google.
Microsoft might do the unthinkable - make it possible for Android apps to run on its Windows Phone operating. Is this a good strategy or the first step toward Microsoft admitting defeat in the smartphone world?
Yesterday offered our first look at what may be the back of the HTC One sequel, the M8. Since then, another pair of images supposedly showing the M8 have appeared online, providing a glance at the front of the phone.
A terrible photo reportedly taken with the Samsung Galaxy S5 has been sent to frequent leak source evleaks. The contents of the photo are irrelevant because it's just a mass of darkness and noise, so you can't draw any conclusions about the camera quality of Samsung's upcoming phone.
HTC has reportedly decided to finally embrace on-screen buttons and will not have any physical navigation keys on the M8, the rumored successor to the HTC One. Google is one step closer to its button-free dream.
Leaked screenshots reportedly taken of a Sony Xperia smartphone running an Android 4.4 build reveal what may be Sony's take on Kitkat. It also showcases new device-dependent features that users can expect to see when Sony unveils its 2014 flagship phone next month.