Devices in development are known inside Nokia by a range of pop culture codenames referencing Superman, James Bond, and Filipino soap operas.
As the Finnish phone maker gets ready to come under Microsoft's ownership, could it also be working on the launch of an Android device?
Various clues suggest a new Nokia Lumia 910, a Lumia 1001, a Lumia 920 and a Lumia 950. Oh, and something called a Dogphone.
Here's the first look at the forthcoming Sony Xperia U, also known as the ST25i or Kumquat.
We know all about the codenames assigned to different versions of Android, but now Apple's secret name for each version of iOS are out.
Reference to the much-rumored product uncovered by 9to5Mac in new beta of iOS5 given to developers.
Two Amazon tablets, codenamed Coyote and Hollywood, could be launched before the end of 2011 according to inside information.
Report claims that the Gingerbread-powered Android handset will include a 4.3-inch screen, a dual-core processor but will dump the Pyramid moniker that it's been leaked under before.
Word is that Sony, Intel, Google, and Logitech are collaborating on a new breed of Bravia HDTVs powered by Intel Atom processors, Android's software operating system, and a QWERTY remote control.
Following Froyo, Gingerbread should be the next update of the Google Android OS.