So what’s Google got up its sleeve for the next version of Android? We take an in-depth look at all the goodies headed your way.
So you’re wondering which Retina slate you should purchase – the full-size Air, or the new mini? We’ve got all the answers right here.
We’ve compiled everything from the rumour mill into one article containing all you need to know about the upcoming Nexus 5 smartphone.
Nvidia could drive Tegra forward with some real momentum if it can be ready to power the first 64-bit Android devices in 2014.
Google’s Chromebook concept hasn’t exactly been a storming success thus far – but this HP machine could help push it further.
So Samsung is taking some rather draconian measures with region locking, but what exactly will that mean to end users?
How does Apple’s refreshed mobile platform, iOS 7, compare with Android 4.3? We take an in-depth look at the two operating systems.
On the eve of Apple’s new flagship smartphone going on sale, we examine the Galaxy S4 versus iPhone 5S conundrum in detail.
According to the Digital Power Group, the average iPhone user consumes about 361 kilowatt-hours of energy each year, whereas the average refrigerator only slurps down 322 kilowatt-hours.
Rumour has it that the Galaxy Gear will launch early next month, and this will definitely be a device to watch (pun not intended).
Progress with graphene has proven tricky because it’s so electrically efficient – but researchers have made an important new discovery.
Android 4.3 has made a number of fresh introductions, but one change that was sneaked in should help combat device slowdown.
Google unveiled its latest version of Jelly Bean this week. We take a look at exactly what Android 4.3 will offer users and developers.
The Motorola X8 custom ARM SoC enables always-on tech for Google Now, which could be hugely important for Android going forward.
Samsung has just announced an updated version of the Exynos 5 Octa with a fresh GPU – and hopefully some bug squashing.
ConceptNet 4, a new AI developed at MIT, has the verbal skills of a four-year-old child – but no common sense whatsoever.
LG’s new super-slim full HD LCD is a massive leap forward in smartphone display technology. We look at the possible ramifications.
A new language called Harlan promises to take care of all the low-level grunt work when it comes to programming for GPUs.
Apple is aiming to make its devices more secure with iOS 7, using an activation lock feature it hopes will foil muggers and thieves.
In the past, Android malware has been a limited, often poorly coded threat. But that isn’t the case with a new piece of super-malware…
We take a closer look at ARM’s solution for the gap in its mid-range armoury, and the sort of efficiency improvements we can expect.
Samsung’s Galaxy devices have sold so well, they’re driving the massive success of Android – and that could be dangerous.
The Pixel might be an impressive piece of tech, but Google has made mistakes here, and not just with the mammoth price tag.
The iPhone is undoubtedly still a great phone, but reactions to newer models have been more muted. Can Apple turn those frowns around?
Android is forging ahead in China, but having made a stand against the country, Google is now caught between a rock and a hard place.