Futuremark recently released the iOS version of their popular graphics benchmarking app 3DMark to go along with the Android version which has been available since April.» Read Article
AT&T has revealed the specs for Asus' forthcoming phone-tablet hybrid, the PadFone X. Pricing and availability details are still up in the air, however. Video
An executive from Asus recently told the Wall Street Journal that the company is currently in talks with Microsoft to license Windows Phone 8. This could lead to a PadFone running this operating system.
Screen breakage remains a major problem for smartphones, but Samsung and Corning are looking to fix that.
Nvidia is using CES to unveil the Tegra 4, which it says will offer record-setting performance and battery life for the next generation of smartphones and tablets. Read more on TabletPCReview.
Google has released a list of what it believes to be the best mobile software of 2012. You can see the full list on TabletPCReview.
In one of the most competitive fields in technology, Motorola is barely making an effort. Google, its parent company, seems to be letting it whither and die.
The CES graveyard is full of gadgets that made a big splash in Vegas, but were not ultimately successful, like the Palm Pre. Read this editorial on TechnologyGuide.
A iPhone or iPad can be a highly useful air travel tool for booking a flight, changing your seat, checking delays, and more. Here are some of the best apps.
Evidence is growing that Amazon is going to introduce its own smartphone next year. The latest report gives additional information on timing and pricing.
Samsung is apparently already at work on the Samsung Galaxy Note III. This looks to get even bigger, as the device reportedly houses a massive 6.3-inch display. With many devices set to have 5-inch displays, is Samsung trying to set itself apart by breaking the 6-inch barrier?
Toshiba has created a high-speed prototype version of MRAM memory that can reduce the memory type's overall power consumption by 90%. TechnologyGuide has more information.
The legal saga of Apple vs. Samsung carries on today, as a San Jose, California court will review a jury's decision from this past August that said that Samsung had willfully infringed on numerous Apple patents. Get the details from TechnologyGuide.
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