This forthcoming entry-level Android phone has a flip-book design that targets heavy texters and active e-mailers.
Photo-sharing service unveils its first app for Google's mobile OS, as well as Photo Session, a tool that allows people to view photos together, whether or not they're in the same place.
The camera taps eight synchronized shutters and eight microphones to capture 360-degree video and spatial audio.
Chinese vendor Alcatel OneTouch wants to redefine the term so it doesn't just refer to premium products like Apple's iPhone.
Infiniti debuts a zero-emissions concept that should also require zero cables thanks to its wireless charging system.
Under BMW, Rolls-Royce has created an exceptional luxury vehicle with the Phantom. For its first update, Rolls-Royce makes few stylistic changes, but updates the underlying technology significantly.
The Nintendo Wii may be at the end of its life cycle, but there are still plenty of games worth buying a Wii for--all it takes is a look backward.
Need some greasy Polaroids with your next bucket of fried chicken? KFC invents the Memories Bucket, which lets people print pictures right from the bucket with Bluetooth.
Two full-size screens grace the Samsung DoubleTime for AT&T, giving this fun, midrange Android phone a mini-Netbook feel.
The Holden Hurricane was a show-stopper when it debuted at the 1969 Melbourne Motor Show. The Hurricane has recently been restored and will be on display at the Motorclassica car show at the Melbourne Royal Exhibition Building from Oct. 21 to 23.