Following some important pricing details, preorder launches and some concrete hardware specs, we've just got to play with the new Jolla phone.
A stock GS4 may look virtually indistinguishable from its predecessor, but it looks like Samsung's got a new variant of its flagship phone that'll bring it some much-needed visual flair.
Samsung didn't stray far from its comfort zone when designing the Galaxy S 4, and now a leaked build of Android 4.
Google (and especially the Google+ team) are keeping very busy.
By most accounts, the HTC One is the most compelling Android smartphone on the market today, but only three of the major US carriers are wise enough to sell it.
As much as Europe can hope for deeper integration, it doesn't feel that way when citizens get whacked for hefty roaming rates.
Hot on the heels of yesterday's rumors, Yahoo and Tumblr have jointly announced a "definitive agreement" for the former to acquire the latter for $1.
Say hello to the Jolla Phone. Pre-orders for the world's first Sailfish OS device started today and we've called into Helsinki to get the whole story from Jolla's co-founder and software head Marc Dillon.
Jolla's heavily teased launch day in Finland has already spilled some major news: pricing and specs for the first Sailfish OS handset.
While Mountain View's Field Trip app may find attractions off the beaten path, footing the bill for excursions has been up to users.