Night owls be warned: LG's big conference for CES 2014 will take place in the wee small hours of tomorrow morning, and we'll be covering it from 2.30am AEDT.
O2 has revealed its first prices for the iPhone 5S and 5C -- and the colourful 5C can be yours for just £50.
A U.S. federal judge says that the company should pay only $15.1 million for infringement of a 3D patent, ruling the original award "intrinsically excessive."
RIM has announced it will finally unveil BlackBerry 10 software and two smart phones on 30 January -- but is it too late?
Samsung added that it has sold 30 million Galaxy S III smartphones, which continues to stand over other Android phones.
The blue-hued network has dropped £30 off the price of Samsung's phone -- but is that better than rival networks?
A federal jury finds the game maker liable for patent infringement for 3D technology used in its 3DS gaming device.
The latest version of the iPad 2 has been benchmarked, and battery life is greatly improved.
CEO Meg Whitman notes that HP "still has a lot of work to do to generate the kind of growth we want to see," but "we expect the benefits from our restructuring will accelerate through fiscal 2013."
Shares of Zynga, already down below $3, fall further after the company reached a new deal that lets Facebook build its own game. But Facebook says it has no intention to do so.