Today, BlackBerry introduced its revamped Blackberry 10 OS, debuted two smartphones, and a unleashed a new company name.
Recent chatter includes details for a 7-inch Galaxy Note and a little something called the Galaxy S4.
The Midas touch comes to the humble cable: A new Kickstarter project called Juicies+ aims to sell gold-tinted Lightning cables at $18 a piece.
If mobile TV interests you, you might find yourself hankering after a device that lets you watch it using a FLO TV adaptor for the iPhone
Curtis Stone Juicy Carving Board uses a removable reservoir to collect juice for use in sauces or gravies.
There's a new smart phone from LG called the Cookie. It has a little more juice than the Palm Centro. But Natali doesn't like juice in her cookies. But that doesn't mean she doesn't like this smartphone.
We've heard nothing from iRiver since CES, but deets of its Clix 2 successor -- the Spinn -- have come into Crave's hands and we're extremely excited about this slick new MP3 player
RIM is keeping busy at CTIA 2008, but images of the new RIM BlackBerry 9000 are starting to create a stir in the blogosphere.
Rumors and images of RIM BlackBerry 8300 "Daytona" surface on the Web.
Palm's new Treo is supposed to be more affordable, but what does that mean?