A Facebook phone rumor has been a recurring theme since 2010, and the whispers about an Android smartphone built with several Facebook layers on top of it reappear every time Facebook hosts a press event. Now it's happening all over again.
Google is expected to announce Google Babble - a project that merges the Google Talk, Messenger, and Hangouts features - in the coming weeks. Purported screenshots of the upcoming app now show what one might expect to see from upcoming features.
Google has a host of messaging services across platforms and formats. Reports from Geek.com suggest that Google will soon unite those services - including Google+ Messenger and Hangouts, and Google Talk - as one app for mobile, desktop, and the web.
Verizon was not among the list of dozens of carriers throughout the world who said they would carry the HTC One, but new rumors suggest that Verizon will be the fourth of the major U.S. carriers to offer the HTC One later this year.
There have been several rumors concerning the Samsung Galaxy S IV, which is set to be officially announced on March 14, and new screenshots supposedly from the Galaxy S IV appear to back-up many of those rumors.
BlackBerry has struggled to compete with Apple and Samsung in smartphone sales, and it now appears that Samsung could further invade BlackBerry's territory by expanding its enterprise service as early as this month at Mobile World Congress.
Samsung has a diverse portfolio of Android tablets at various screen sizes - hitting at the 7, 8.9, and 10.1-inch marks - and the company is rumored to add an 8-inch Android tablet to the mix. What appears to be the first photos of the device have appears online.
If you have ever asked why HTC Sense got so elaborate instead of following the trend towards something simpler, you'll be happy to know that simple is the direction HTC is taking with its upcoming Sense UI 5.0.
On the same day that LG confirmed that it has moved more than 1 million units of its Optimus G since the phone was released in September, leaked details on a new and improved Optimus have emerged.
AT&T was disappointed by its failure to gain government approval for the U.S. arm of T-Mobile, but the nation's largest wireless company is once again eyeing merger targets, though it's now looking at companies across the Atlantic.