Google completes HTC smartphone arm acquisition
Promises Taipei expansion.
Jobs up for grabs in Edinburgh.
'Denied consumers [...] choice and innovation'.
Payment processor innocent, it seems.
Intel and Nokia have teamed up to launch a research and development centre for mobiles.
Unnamed sources at the company claim an Android-based PSP Go-like smartphone is due.
A unconfirmed list of chips based around Intel's Sandy Bridge technology has been leaked.
Benchmark results purporting to be from HTC's up-coming Glacier have leaked out.
Adobe has unveiled a demo product based on Air for Android which duplicates Apple's FaceTime.
Microsoft's COO has compared the iPhone 4 to Windows Vista, due to major issues at launch.
The problem has been identified and verified, but it's really nothing to get worked up about.
Rumours have surfaced revealing details of the next version of Google's Android OS
Early adopters of Apple's iPhone 4 are already reporting issues with the hardware.
Industry analyst says "over 100 samples" already tried! Yikes!
Gigabyte Cloud OC is a proprietary application that overclock with its latest remote controlling web-app.
In a talk at Computex, AMD characterised itself as a "fast follower", targeting Intel not ARM.
German units of Samsung's new Wave handset come with a nasty surprise: free malware.
MSI's new tablets have been sighted, with both a single 10in and dual-screen upcoming.
Acer has announced it will soon introduce a new range of 10in "netbooks" with AMD CPUs.
The next version of Android - 2.2, codename 'Froyo' - promises a massive speed boost, Flash support, and more.
Intel has launched a range of low-power chips to beat ARM at the smartphone game.
We've heard some of the latest mobile Fermi parts will be arriving soon
Acer has leaked details of an up-coming tri-core mobile CPU from AMD.
Hopes that the Courier would be released in 2011 have been dashed - the device is cancelled.
Hewlett Packard has announced the acquisition of ailing smartphone manufacturer Palm.
Google has flipped the switch that brings sat nav functionality to Google Maps on Android.
I've always wanted the excuse to get a He-Man reference in the title.
Asus is planning to take on Apple with a fuller featured Tablet that can do Flash.
The Bluetooth SIG has announced a new version of the standard, designed for use in 'smart' watches, which draws a minimum of power.
Is Apple making a smaller iPad? Will it be the best eBook reader ever? Will the Apple rumours ever end?