A company called INQ is working on a new set of phones designed for social networking apps--and costing roughly half as much as today's smartphones.
Bring on the surf and sand! Samsung's ruggedized version of the beloved S4 is a colossal bargain, and you can take it to any GSM carrier.
The low-cost Neo, aka Note 3 Lite, looks to be a pint-sized version of the regular Note 3, as seen in a photo tweeted by blog site SamMobile.
The Galaxy S5 may be among multiple smartphones introduced in first quarter of 2014, according to new reports.
The new Dot View case for the HTC One M8 looks and acts like it’s from the future.
A new flagship tablet gives consumers yet another option from Samsung. But is that a good thing?
Samsung's UNH6350 series will cost less than any other Smart TV announced by the company at CES 2014, and because we expect a decent picture anyway -- in addition to a great Smart TV suite that includes games -- it could be a very good value.
A project currently seeking funding on Kickstarter uses real-time motion capture to put your body's movements inside a video game.
NXP Semiconductor launched KeyLink Lite, a near field communications-enabled car key that can help you find your car and help diagnose that weird engine sound.
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