The HTC One M8 for Windows marks a new tack Microsoft hopes will lead to greater popularity for Windows Phone. The basic idea: Let handset makers reuse high-end Android hardware.
What's old is new again in the case between Apple and Samsung. Samsung points to two early 2000s gesture technologies to discredit the patents Apple is using to wage war on its rival.
Following Apple's allegations of patent infringement, the handset maker says the iPhone, iPad, and iPod together violate five of its patents.
You may think Apple invented the app, but Windows Mobile is the greatest mobile app platform there ever was -- and we have the apps to prove it
Black Hat this week means lots of security vulnerabilities in the news, including the fact that SSL is now just SL thanks to an exploit discovered by Kaminsky and friends. We also decide that you can't fix stupid. Too bad. I wish we could.
Spb releases an application for Windows Mobile smartphones that allows for watching TV on the device without having to pay for a subscription.
Viewers submitted their favorite apps for BlackBerry, Windows Mobile, Nokia and iPhone.
Paul Jacobs talks about how his company's chip got into the T-Mobile G1, the first phone to run Google's Android operating system.
When graphene meets a diamond, what will happen? Ragnarok? We explore that and other matters of scientific interest, such as whether the Wii or the DS is technically the top-selling "console" in the U.S., on today's video version of Buzz Out Loud. Plus, B
Sling Media is rolling out improved versions of its mobile software for watching live TV on compatible Windows Mobile, Windows Smartphone, and Symbian S60 devices.