At Mobile World Congress, Huawei earnestly vows to become a top-tier consumer brand.
The Nokia Lumia 925 sits at the top of Nokia's Windows Phone 8 range, sporting a metal construction and 8.7-megapixel camera.
There's no crying in baseball, especially if you can give data-hungry San Francisco Giants fans 4G speeds.
With the LGE-capable femtocell, debuting at CES next week, the Japanese company hopes to expand its networking business to other countries.
American apparel retailer J.Crew wants to bring its wares to world markets. FiftyOne's technology platform let it start doing so overnight. Last night, actually.
Microsoft is a great company, but can't seem to get its game together in the mobile market.
The Solar Impulse HB-SIA is designed to fly both day and night without the need for fuel and without producing any pollution.
Steve Ballmer and Bill Gates are apparently more concerned with distributing tablet PCs than winning on the web. This is a sad day for Microsoft shareholders.
Casio generally emphasizes style for its point-and-shoot cameras, but its EX-F1, which the company says can shoot 60 6-megapixel shots in one second, is a radical high-end departure.
Red Hat is different because Red Hat's ambition is huge.