If the recent leak on Twitter holds true, HTC may unveil its smartwatch in February.
Google has announced that it has made its largest purchase of renewable energy ever, as the search engine giant moves to meet its commitment to power 100 percent of its operations.
Yahoo has redesigned its chat service to compete with the likes of mobile instant messaging services today.
According to reports, Andy Rubin, the Father of Android himself, is interested in starting up a smartphone hardware company.
AT&T subscribers will be able to nab a 128 GB iPhone for the price of a 16 GB model should they switch to T-Mobile's network.
Songza is reportedly going to shut down early next year, but its features will live on with Google Play Music.
Apple this year is holding its "Hour of Code" workshop once again, and it has opened registrations for parents who want to sign up their kids.
Nokia is setting its sights on virtual reality technology, but its newest product comes with a steep price.
A new feature on Google Search now allows users to bookmark images a-la Pinterest.
If rumors hold true, Huawei might make the next generation of Nexus 7 in 2016.
Motorola aims to launch its fitness-oriented smartwatch starting this December.
Google's Street View now becomes a window into some of our world’s changing habitats and ecosystems.
BlackBerry has announced that it will no longer operate in Pakistan soon.