Apple phones have had the same 8 megapixels in their cameras since the iPhone 4S, and the next one might continue that tradition.
A mountain of evidence suggests that Asus is preparing a wearable that will use Microsoft's Band and Health platform.
Tobii and SteelSeries' eye-tracking Sentry peripheral is finally officially flexing its muscles in a triple-A game.
Apple is reportedly planning an event at the end of February to show off the new Macbook Air and more Apple Watch details.
The OnePlus One is getting Android Lollipop this month, and the company published a video to tease it.
With its February statistics Google has finally revealed what percentage of Android devices have been upgraded to Lollipop.
The ad-blocking software Adblock Plus is reportedly letting companies like Amazon, Microsoft and Google pay to get through.
Sony has sold its online game developer, Sony Online Entertainment, to an investment firm, opening up possibilities.
Sony's other 'Unlimited' service will become PlayStation Video, much like Music Unlimited did this week.
Google has announced that dozens of third-party apps will now be able to make their own Google Now cards.
Samsung is trying out yet another new family of devices, this one a low-end line with a 'J' in their names.
The rumored Samsung Galaxy S6 and curved-sided S Edge may be compatible with the virtual reality headset.
The Korean chemical company has reportedly solved the flexible display problem by replacing glass with plastic.
The wearable's release has been the source of much speculation, and now Apple has finally spilled the beans.
Oculus will reportedly unveil a new in-house business called Oculus Story Studio that will look at virtual reality films.
Asus has erected the official product page for the ZenFone 2, revealing everything you want to know about the phone - and more.
Sony has released some screenshots that inadvertently showed the newest version of Android running on an Xperia device.