Some Sony phones are guaranteed to get the new OS, but a number of Xperias still face uncertain KitKat futures.
We've heard octa-core claims before, but MediaTek says this chip uses the power of all eight 2GHz cores.
As if we didn't see this coming... Meanwhile, word on the web is Nokia Music may stay in Finland, go cross-platform.
In early 2014, Google plans to show your smiling mug to everyone you call. If you a Google+ profile photo, that is.
Phone calls still off limits, but passengers will be allowed to fiddle with their laptops, tablets and more.
A once-pulled Windows 8.1 RT is fixed and re-released within days. Let's just hope it doesn't brick tablets again...
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer confirms elusive Office for iPad is in the works, but offers no timeline for release.
HTC, Qualcomm reportedly scrambling to avoid possible U.S. import ban, which would only pile on the bad new for the phone maker.
Why search for a favorite artist on Spotify when a single click will do? Look for little green Follow buttons to populate the web.
Rivals use Steve Jobs' famous iPhone demo to make their case, despite Jobs' "boy, have we patented it!" line.
It's a move that would make sense - why rely on third-party ad tools when Google could make its very own to track you?