An unidentified woman in China was caught on CCTV battling a mobile phone that exploded in her hand while swapping out the battery. The manufacturer of the phone is unknown.
A week of Windows devices, OnePlus pre-orders and Xbox changes
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Nokia Lumia is no more. Long live Microsoft Lumia! (It's official now.)
Surface set to be Microsoft's next billion-dollar business
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HTC, the smartphone maker, might be looking to diversify its portfolio by launching a new Bluetooth-connected rugged camera, aimed at competing with the market leader for this segment, GoPro.
Microsoft did not stop at the reveal of three Lumia devices today, they also announced a broad range of accessories for wireless charging and screen sharing, and they will be available this month.
One Plus has unveiled a set of accessories for its début device, the One Plus One. While the accessories are standard fare, they exude a bit of elegance with their simple and minimalist designs.
Pebble is kicking into high gear for 2014 with the announcement of its new Pebble Steel, a new smartwatch made out of premium materials, yet fully compatible with Pebble apps and software.
Apparently the Galaxy Gear smartwatch is a complete flop with little to no momentum behind it and estimates claiming that Samsung has sold under 50,000 units since the device's launch.
Motorola Mobility has filed a patent application for a wireless microphone that would be tattooed to a person's neck. The wild concept could be used as a smartphone accessory for communications.
Nokia will be bringing new Lumia accessories to market and it seems the Treasure Tag, a location-tracking device for your keys and other important objects, will be one of the first to get launched.
Global retail giant Toys R Us has apparently revealed the release date of Microsoft's new Xbox One console, indicating that it's set to launch two weeks ahead of Sony's PlayStation 4.
Apple's iTunes + Accessories divisions now generate more revenue than Nokia, RIM, LG, HTC, Motorola and Sony do on their phone divisions and the revenue is expected to grow this year.
A company called Spigen is already taking orders for their iPhone 5-specific screen protectors, well ahead of Apple's official announcement for the next version of its smartphone.
It's that time again where we look to our members opinion on gadgets reviewed in our forums. This week Neowin member Nexus18 takes a look at the Cover-Mate Desktop Cradle for the HTC One S.
Microsoft has filed for a new patent that if approved would give the company the rights to create smartphones that would have swappable hardware accessories.
CrackBerry.com reports the rumours regarding a Bluetooth BlackBerry Watch accessory have finally come to fruition. Named the inPulse, the watch is not being made by RIM, and instead by a company specializing in BlackBerry accessories....
Apple has released information on its upcoming iPhone accessories. The most prominent iPhone accessory is the $129 black Bluetooth headset that features a single button for making/receiving calls and provides 5.5 hours of talk time...
Has Creative made a traitorous or intelligent move here? After settling its differences with Apple, Creative Labs has unearthed its latest Xdock Wireless product: a certified "Made for iPod" accessory. Audio enhancing features include X-Fi...
Mad Catz, makers of controllers, racing wheels, and a slew of other peripherals for game consoles old and new has acquired a license to make peripherals for the upcoming Xbox 360. The signed agreement...
The Xbox Summit 2005 event has included a first look at the additional accessories which Microsoft will be shipping alongside Xbox 360 - including wired joypads, memory units, and additional hard drives. Although mostly focused...
At the Moscone Center West in San Francisco, Apple are making the following announcements revolving around their iPod and iTunes Music Store... :D iTunes for Windows launched.... ...