"Six Appeal" is a strong hint at Samsung's next flagship smartphone, which is expected to debut at the Mobile World Congress trade show on Sunday.
It's a bad week for Samsung. After the firm addressed privacy concerns, some of its Smart TVs began displaying annoying pop-up ads. Meanwhile, the White House plans to form a cybersecurity agency, and smartphone thefts decline thanks to kill switches.
Putting edible bugs on the menu Wednesday, restaurants worldwide are temporarily turning themselves into "pestaurants."
Comcast CEO says "Project Infinity" would offer "any content on any device at any time," including, he implies, Netflix.
"Jobs", starring Ashton Kutcher as Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, is now available on Netflix in the US.
If you're absolutely busting for a sneak peek at LG's new flagship phone the G2, a hands-on video has appeared online.
Newegg shows a US release date of November 11 for the pink version of the Note 3.
Photos and product details from around the Web confirm much of what we've been learning about Google's next smartphone and the Android OS update.
With iOS 7 beta 2 out in the wild -- or to developers at least -- numerous hands-on videos have emerged, showing performance and new features.
The evidence continues to pile up that we could see the next Nexus as soon as next week. South Korean case maker Spigen says the "revolution" is upon us.