From eye-watering iWatch pricing and queues for the iPhone 6 (already), to new Lumias, Xperias and Motos, and all sorts of low-cost treats, we look back at highlights from this week's news on Neowin.
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Lenovo has announced a few new gaming devices at this year's IFA Consumer Electronics show, including the extremely high-end Lenovo Y70 Touch laptop and the mid-tier ERAZER X315.
Later this week, Microsoft will announce the Lumia 830, and thanks to a new leak, we have new images of the device that show off a few new features like wireless charging.
One of the many new manufacturers to sign up to Windows Phone will formally launch what it claims is the world's "slimmest and lightest" handset running Microsoft's mobile OS at IFA this week.
Press renders for the Sony Xperia Z1, previously known as the Sony Honami, have been leaked as well as images of its mini version, code-named the Ray 3. Both will be unveiled September at IFA 2013
A leaked image is supposedly a teaser for the upcoming Sony Android flagship, codenamed Honami. The new device is expected to feature a Snapdragon 800 CPU and a 20-Megapixel camera with a Sony lens.
Samsung has apologized to the bloggers who claimed the company threatened to strand them at the IFA show in Berlin if they didn't participate in Samsung marketing activities.
A report claims that Samsung at one point threatened to strand two Indian bloggers it invited to cover the IFA trade show in Berlin if they did not serve as "presenters" for the company.
We're at IFA and had some time to play with the new Sony Vaio Duo 11 - a laptop/tablet hybrid made by Sony, and we're impressed Read on to know if Sony meets the expectations.
A rumor suggests that Samsung's Galaxy Note 2 refresh could come with a semi-flexible screen, potentially allowing for a larger battery or thinner bodied device.
Samsung's newly revealed Galaxy Tab 7.7 tablet has now been removed completely from the company's IFA exhibit, sparking speculation about Apple's possible involvement.