FujiFilm Announces New Record-Breaking Thermoelectric Material
FujiFilm announces new record-breaking thermoelectric material.
So Is BlackBerry Dead Yet Or What?
Reviews are starting to pour in for BlackBerry Z10. Can the company make a comeback?
Nokia Reports Profit After Six Straight Losing Quarters
Nokia doomsayers may want to slam the brakes on their pessimism.
Skin Cancer Detection Apps: Are They Reliable?
New apps that claim they can tell you whether or not that mark on your skin is serious, has caught the attention of the FCC.
Misunderstood Ohio Teacher Learns Lesson In What Not To Post On Facebook
An Akron, Ohio middle school teacher's job is on the line after making public a photo of her students with their mouths taped shut.
LG Optimus G Pro Revealed: Japan Launch Set For April
The Optimus G was only released a few months ago but word has gotten out that LG is already getting ready to unleash its successor this coming April in Japan.
Samsung Galaxy S4 Rumors: Specs, Release Date, And More
Usually it's just the iPhone that gets people speculating like crazy, but these days Samsung is giving Apple a run for its money.
Mozilla Announces Developer Builds For Firefox OS Smartphones
On Tuesday, browser-maker Mozilla announced two developer preview phones for its new open Web Firefox OS: the Keon and the Peak.
Apple Wins 51 Percent Of U.S. Market, Android Wins Everywhere Else And Windows Grows In Europe
With just over 51 percent of the market, the iPhone was the top-selling phone in the U.S. during the last quarter of 2012, according to statistics reported by Kantar Worldpanel ComTech. Android came in second place, with 44.8 percent, while Microsoft lagged behind with only 2.6 percent of all smartphone sales.
Huawei Reports 33 Percent Growth Despite U.S. Security Concerns
Chinese technology company Huawei announced on Monday its annual financial report for the year 2012. Despite U.S. anxiety about a possible link between the company and the Chinese government, the results were generally very positive.