Everything (well, almost) you need to know about Apple's September 9 event, plus more smartwatches than you have wrists. All that and more in this week's rundown of tech news.
In total, Apple is awarded 55 new patents on Tuesday, but the most notable is a camera patent that may have been integrated into the original iPhone in 2007.
A Nokia senior VP says his company's Lumia 900 is still worth "recommending" despite its inability to work with the upcoming Windows Phone 8.
Browser bookmarks are no longer so central to using the Web, but Google looks interested in freshening up the idea and extending beyond Web pages.
Microsoft has let its Zune and Windows Phone 7 users know that any content that they've bought on their devices won't be accessible after February next year. Users will have to upgrade to a Windows Phone 8 handset to stay current.
RBC Capital Markets and Deutsche Bank speculate on the iPad Mini Retina, and one analyst expounds on the significance of 64-bit computing for large corporate accounts.
Has Apple lost its sense of innovation? Or have we lost our insatiable desire for newness? Especially since, for newer generations, phones are quite ordinary.
Sony and Microsoft both offer stripped-down current-gen consoles for $199, but spending just a little more really can pay off.
This Indiegogo concept is designed to be compact, portable, and mouse-like. Would you split your keys?
A cool idea and an innovative way to combat Smart TV obsolescence, the 2013 Evolution Kit effectively replaces the brains of certain 2012 high-end Samsung TVs.