Powered by a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor and loaded with 3GB of RAM, the Android KitKat smartphone will debut in China.
The Chinese company's first tablet sports a 7.9-inch display with a resolution equal to Apple's Retina Display and is powered by Nvidia's Tegra K1 processor.
While the device doesn't match the spec of Samsung's new Galaxy S5, it looks essentially the same and retails for $300.
The HTC Desire 601 boasts a 4.5-inch display, LTE and stylings from its pricier siblings but apparently will come with an affordable price tag.
The Vancouver company is starting to take preorders for its Jet glasses. They're aimed at athletes, who can track their performance by way of a wirelessly connected heads-up display.
Lego mini-figs make an unexpected journey into the hands of their full-size counterparts as the costumed cast of the "The Hobbit" checks out their toy versions.
Our love affair for all things Polaroid keeps growing with this tiny One Step replica that takes digital photos.
Here's what a quad-core iPhone clone running Android Ice Cream Sandwich looks like.
Dick Costolo tells reporters in Japan that Facebook's $1 billion acquisition of Instagram won't make him answer with an acquisition of his own.
Apple has quietly removed a number of iOS games that could readily be mistaken for their popular counterparts and that had climbed up the charts as a result.