From the low-cost Lumia 430 to the flagship Galaxy S6 Edge, there's no shortage of exciting new devices on the way for budgets of all sizes. So, tell us, which handset are you planning to buy next?
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Cyanogen, the company behind CyanogenMod, have raised $80 million to keep building their community and expand upon their already large user base to become the third place OS behind Apple and Android.
There's some great news for Windows users; critically acclaimed, apocalypse-themed, first person shooter, Dead Trigger 2 is finally making its way to Windows devices.
Microsoft is now allowing users to listen to music saved in their OneDrive folder free of cost. The functionality is only available to Windows customers using Windows 8.1.
Microsoft's digital 'personal assistant' will no longer be exclusive to Windows from later this year, as the company is working on a 'more advanced' version which is headed to rival platforms.
Google has made the previously Android-exclusive Google Calendar app available for iPhones, including all the Android features like 'Events from Gmail.' The app is available for download right now.
iOS users were prompted to upgrade to 8.2 late on Monday and found a small (compulsory) surprise awaiting them in the Apple apps folder, also full changelog after the jump.
After many months of waiting from Android users, instant math equation solver PhotoMath, has finally arrived on the platform. The company behind the app says it's the most powerful version yet.
Latest research report about security vulnerabilities has revealed that Windows is not the most vulnerable operating system anymore with lesser reported threats than Mac OS and the Linux kernel.
Apple could be introducing beta iOS builds to the public in the coming months. While developers have had access to this for quite some time, the early builds may be available as early as March.
Google Inbox has been updated on Android and iOS with support for tablets, and the web version of the application can now be accessed from Safari and Firefox.
Google released an update for their iOS Google Play Music app earlier today, finally adding support for the iPad. The application allows you to store your music, download, stream and more.
VLC for iOS has returned to the App Store, but currently only for those in select countries. Some users are reporting that a new version is available as an update in the U.S.
A new report claims that Apple is indeed working on a car project and that the company is actually looking to compete with Tesla in some form or another: self-driving cars, EVs or simply CarPlay?
Kantar has released the latest market share figures, and it looks like Android's dominance may soon come to an end, and Windows Phone is still in bad shape, but that may change with Windows 10.
Microsoft is said to have acquired a new app, called Sunrise, which is a calendar application for both iOS and Android, and will likely be rebranded when launched as a Microsoft app.
Microsoft posted up a new job posting yesterday that is raising a few eyebrows about the future of the company's app strategy, and it is aligning to previous rumors of Android apps on Windows.
If you would like a simple way to keep track of what is happening in your home when you are away, the HomeMonitor HD can do live video feeds, record motion at set times and archive all video online.
Yesterday, Microsoft released a free email app for iOS and it is proving to be quite popular as it is now 'featured' by Apple and is sitting at the 15th spot in the top 'Free' apps chart.
After acquiring Acompli in December, Microsoft is releasing Outlook for iOS and a preview of Outlook for Android as well, with the apps now available for download.
Microsoft has updated its online storage service with some great features and improvements. Currently, the update is available only to OneDrive's web version and iOS app.
Thanks to the iPhone 6, Apple managed to close out its first quarter of fiscal year 2015 with the best iPhone quarterly sales in company history. Is Apple poised to end Samsung's smartphone dominance?
Around six months ago, Facebook started working on a new product aimed at the enterprise market under the title "FB@Work". Now, Facebook is launching new apps for iOS and Android.
Google has released an update to its "Google Translate" application that brings forth both new and improved features for easier conversion with various languages.
Microsoft has announced that they are opening up a beta program for Skype for iOS where you can test out new versions of the app before they are released, as long as you don't talk about it.
We take a closer look at the numbers in Kantar's quarterly report ending November 2014, and it looks like Apple's iPhone 6 is giving Android a squeeze, and Windows Phone hits a new low.
Leef's iBRIDGE will instantly allow you to add up to 256GB of storage to your compatible iOS device. The device seamlessly connects via the Lightning connector and is available now.
Google has just announced Google Cast for audio which allows a user to cast audio in exactly the same way the Chromecast does video, all from your phone, tablet, or browser.
Apple's legal team enters the new year full of joy as they face a class action lawsuit with accusations of engaging in unfair, deceptive, and fraudulent business and advertising.
VLC is a very popular media player that many of us depend on, and after mysteriously disappearing from the App store following the release of iOS 8, the app is ready to return in early 2015.
“Something is technically wrong. … Thanks for noticing-we're going to fix it up and have things back to normal soon.” Funny thing is Twitter servers seem to think that it's already 2015.
The Nest may have been released for some time in America, but it has only recently released the UK in its 2nd generation design. We check it out and see if all of the hype was really worth it.
Some iPhone 6 users are experiencing adverse Compass, NFC and OIS interference with magnetic accessories. Apple has been talking to its MFi partners about limiting production of such accessories.
The recently rebranded MSN apps are now available for iOS and Android devices. They offer news, guides, videos and lifestyle info as well as cross platform synchronization, all for free.
Microsoft gets in the holiday spirit by doubling its free albums offering, making the total of free downloadable music albums a whopping 100 through the Music Deals & Xbox Music apps.
Apple's longest standing device was recently discontinued, and it has spurred consumers to pay ridiculous prices for unused iPods with high capacity drives.
From festive deals and low-cost devices to Windows Phone developments, Lollipop updates, Firefox for iOS, Street Fighter V, and Xbox outages, we look back at highlights from this week's top tech news.
The iPhone 6 launch was obviously successful but according to the latest data it was so great that Apple's marketshare increased by more than ten percent in the UK with smaller gains around the world.
The popular Firefox browser has so far been absent from Apple's App Store but Mozilla has finally taken the decision to jump on board and give its fans what they've been waiting for.
In its latest report on the state of the smartphone market, IDC is predicting that Windows Phone will see strong sales increases over the next few years alongside the rest of the market players.
According to Google's own stats the newest version of Android, 5.0 Lollipop, that started shipping last month doesn't even account for 0.1% of the market yet despite wider roll-outs.
Microsoft has purchased Acompli, a mobile email startup, for more than $200 million as the company builds out its mobile-first strategy as this app runs on iOS and Android.
Microsoft is to launch its business intelligence tool, Power BI, on mobile, starting with iOS. A beta test is expected to begin soon.
Does a deleted Microsoft blog post reveal by accident its future purchase of email start-up Acompli? Yes, likely so. Or at least it reveals Microsoft's interest in said company as no deal is official.
Tablet sales growth has almost ground to a halt with the iPad seeing its first yearly decline. However, Android and Windows-powered tablets are seeing continued improvements over market averages.
Dropbox has turned on some editing features on its iOS application, pointing users towards the Office suite for all their document needs. This comes a week after similar features appeared on Android.
Google's deal with Apple to be the default search provider on iOS devices expires in 2015 and it is being reported that both Yahoo! and Microsoft are courting Apple for this position.
Apple is changing the way that it refers to apps that cost nothing upfront - ditching the 'free' label and replacing it with a 'Get' button - in response to EU concerns over in-app purchases.
Security researchers, developers and hackers tried their luck in exploiting various devices and OS(s) in HP's annual Pwn2Own event. A prize pool of $425,000 was distributed among the winners.
Microsoft's chief experience officer (and former head of Windows), Julie Larson-Green, was asked if Cortana would be made available on other operating systems, replying, "The short answer is, yeah."