A leak from mobile software site, Handango, says the Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 smartphone will ship in mid-September.
The Android-powered Scroll Excel claims to be the first tablet under £200 to play 3D movies and videos, via your 3D TV.
Most Android devices don't allow the installation of apps from what Google refers to as "unknown sources." Fortunately, it's usually very easy to enable this functionality.
We're awash in app stores these days, but more isn't necessarily merrier for consumers or developers.
The ViewSonic G Tablet carves out a unique niche among Android tablets, breaking away from the smartphone to become a type of domestic dashboard. Unfortunately, many key benefits of the Android OS are lost along the way.
At CTIA, Inrix announced its new traffic service, downloadable to Windows Mobile devices, which can even tell you what the traffic will be like in the future.
Angry? Not really.
Where exactly is Microsoft when it comes to the iPhone? Will there be Microsoft applications for the iPhone? News.com's Ina Fried sorts through the hype.
Time magazine ponders why you have to pay for iPhone apps.
ZDNet UK caught up with Mike Kirkup, RIM's head of developer relations, to discuss the upcoming launch of the BlackBerry Application Storefront and what it means for mobile developers.