The HTC One M8 won't be the only Eye in town this week, if these leaks come to fruition. Unlike the earlier leaked One M8 Eye, the Desire Eye won't just have a 13 megapixel rear camera, it will have a front-facing shooter of the same caliber as well.
LG is working on a webOS smartwatch, bringing the reluctant-to-die platform to the wrist according to a rapidly yanked developer preview page. The company has already used webOS, which it acquired from HP back in February 2013, on select smart TV models, but it seems the company's ambitions stretch beyond simplifying the home entertainment UI.
iPhone 6 with NFC? Check. Apple Watch? Check. iPad with Touch ID? Well, almost check. A recent iOS 8.1 Developer Beta apparently contains hints that the next iPad generation will have some support for Apple's upcoming mobile payment system. However, Apple Pay support will be limited to payments that only require authentication via a Touch ID fingerprint sensor on the tablet.
The Motorola handset codenamed "Shamu" has reportedly surfaced in a pair of images showing a distinctly Moto X-like design. Among the rumors comes the claim that the phone will offer a 5.92-inch display and a body that trumps that measurement slightly. We've got the rest of the details after the jump.
Last week, Motorola's latest generation of smartphones and wearables went on pre-order, but the availability from carriers still remains a question mark. Part of that, however, might have just been revealed by a leaked memo hinting that Verizon might very well start its own Moto X pre-order period this Friday.
Amazon is apparently readying a new ebook reader, with the Kindle Voyage seemingly set to replace or at least upgrade the Kindle Paperwhite very soon. The new model is yet to be officially announced, but premature listings on several of Amazon's regional sites have given an early glimpse of the details, including new controls for page-turning.
Of all the major mobile OSs, Windows has done the best job of making sure the mobile and desktop experience are nearly identical. A recent report suggested they’d continue that effort by dropping “phone” from “Windows Phone” on future handsets. Now we’ve got our first look at a new smartphone that follows that dictum, dropping “phone” from the hardware badging on the rear of the device.
The long anticipated Canon EOS 7D Mark II has been the subject of speculation and leaks for a while now, not the least of which was earlier this week when some specs surfaced said to belong to Canon's next camera. Joining them are three new images that show off what is purported to be the EOS 7D Mark II.