Huawei has just teased its September 4 IFA 2014 press event but China's TENAA agency is already revealing what is believed to be the Ascend Mate7 well ahead of time. The details laid out for everyone to see closely matches the rumors, save that of the variant that is believed to have a higher resolution screen.
It looks like Walmart is clearing out its iPhone stock ahead of the upcoming iPhone 6 launch, with the retailer drastically cutting prices for the iPhone 5s (check out our review) and the iPhone 5c. The latter, in particular, will now run you less than one dollar with the company's new price cut.
Verizon and HTC just launched the new One M8 for Windows, trying to give Windows Phone a new lease on mobile life. But while WP users will be familiar with how Microsoft's mobile platform works, this HTC incarnation introduces a few new special features. And these playlist of videos from HTC make sure that you will be well aware of them.
There is another leaker following in the footsteps of Edward Snowden, and the military doesn't like what he or she is revealing. The Intercept has been revealing information believed to be from this leaker, and for this reason the military has ordered its personnel to avoid the website, citing security issues.
If you've ever felt the urge to turn a wall, or any flat surface for that matter, into your own big screen, then LG has you covered. Its new Bluetooth MiniBeam PW700 projector is being billed as your own personal cinema on the go and now comes with Bluetooth to make audio streaming a breeze.
Amazon announced today that it will be coming to the Shanghai free-trade zone soon, something that will potentially boost its sales in China. According to the Internet retailer, a deal has been penned with the related authorities, and it is slated to launch a logistics warehouse to "experiment with financial innovation," among other things.
Tonight the original creator of Flappy Bird has released his next game, the vertically-situated Swing Copters. This game takes the spirit of Flappy Bird and turns it on its side, literally.
Ereaders and the growing number of textbooks available in digital form have transformed the way students study, and with them come many perks: digital books are often cheaper than their physical counterparts, and an entire semester's materials can be toted around on a single light tablet. The perks may end there, however, according to a recent study.