In a strange turn of events, Google has wiped all trace of the Nexus 4 factory images from the companies developer website, without announcing why or how long they'll be gone for.
Just now, Google announced that it has discontinued its free offering of Google Apps for new customers and that there will be no alternative to sign up for a free plan.
Today at BlackBerry JAM, RIM announced a number of changes to their developer program as well as announcing the official opening of the $10,000 guarantee for app developers.
A one-day sale in the Apple store has sparked rumors that the company might be running a Black Friday promotion on their product lines in America this Friday.
In a bit of a sneaky move to try and bury the news, Apple has announced that it will not be delivering iTunes 11 as originally planned in October due to the software not being ready in time.
Apple has announced -- in the middle of a hurricane -- that they will be shaking up their executive team, and that Scott Forstall will be leaving in 2013.
To celebrate the launch of Windows 8 we're giving away a copy of Windows 8 Professional to one of our lucky readers. Haven't managed to get Windows 8 yet? Here's your chance.
Just under one day ahead of the launch of Windows Phone 8 in San Francisco, the companion application for Windows has shown up.
It turns out Google Now is even more powerful than just telling you how to get home; it also warns about tsunamis and hurricanes that may affect your location, and gives advice based on it.
There's over 1000 Windows 8 devices out there, so it can be hard to make a choice. HP's offering -- the Envy X2 -- is a formidable one that brings the companies newfound designs to the slate.
We reported earlier today on a lackluster launch in New Zealand, but word has just come in that the Australian launch of Windows 8 was extremely popular, just hours ahead of the US launch.
Would you believe it? YouTube has gone down with error 500, and it's not accessible anywhere in the world.
Japan gets some of the coolest technology available. HTC announced the HTC J Butterfly today, which features a stunning 5-inch 1080p display. And no, you can't have it yet.
Many don't like the interface that Android manufacturers put on their phones, but HTC may have finally hit the nail on the head with Sense 4+ for their devices.
The Ministry of Social Development in New Zealand has suffered a massive breach of security after a blogger found theirentire network was open to be browsed by users.
Technology has revolutionized almost everything, but if there's one thing it hasn't fixed it's loose change. We talked to a company that's changing the world with mobile phone based payments.
This month is going to see a slew of tablet news, and the gates are now beginning to open. Lenovo today is on a roll, and has announced the Lynx and Twist convertible tablets featuring Windows 8.
It's official. Lenovo has taken the wraps off their new consumer oriented device Windows 8 device for 2012, the Yoga 13, and it comes with some pretty impressive specifications.
Today, Lenovo announced their very first Windows RT device. The Yoga 11" is the first device of it's kind, doubling as both a laptop and a tablet but not in a way you'd expect.
Last week, Microsoft confirmed that Windows 8's built in applications would receive a major update, and today they've released some of those applications to the public.
Finally, HTC has confirmed that Jellybean is coming to the One X and the One S sometime this month. Unsurprisingly, it'll have the latest version of HTC Sense 4 in tow.
Following hot on the heels of the HTC One X, released in Q1 2012, the company as now announced it's latest device, the creatively named One X+ but is it more than just a specification bump?
A security slip up at the IEEE has caused 100,000 passwords of members to be released in plain text, and being available publicly online for over a month.
A few days ago leaks suggested that a Windows 8 tablet by Acer would cost US$800, but after Acer confirmed pricing in New Zealand, it could be up to $100 cheaper than previously expected.
Apple has lost their touch, but not the way you expect. They may be superior in hardware, but they don't understand users. This isn't an editorial moaning that the iPhone isn't revolutionary enough.
We still don't know all that much about Windows Phone 7.8, but it looks like a very unstable build of the new phone OS has leaked for none other than the HTC HD7.
Another device has joined the nightly Cyanogenmod family, the International HTC One X, with the device set to receive new builds of Jellybean every day going forward.
Today at Techcrunch Disrupt, Mark Zuckerberg confirmed that Android would also be getting a native application for their social network. This follows in the steps of the iOS app a few weeks ago.
Following on from what we heard a few days ago, Microsoft has confirmed that Windows Phone 7.8 will have more than just the new start screen, and is asking for users to vote on what they want.
That's right, augmented reality is now fashionable. Project Glass took to the catwalk this week at New York fashion week, and has been documenting the whole experience.
While scrolling through your news feed today, you may notice HP's new hardware announcements, or you may completely mistake them for Apple products. HP seems to have copied Apple's keyboard and mouse.
Today, Microsoft confirmed a number of new features that will be coming on the Windows Phone 8 platform when it is released later this year. One of which, lets users avoid carriers blocking updates.
Microsoft today confirmed that Windows Phone 7.8 would not just contain the new Start screen from Windows Phone 8.
It appears Nokia also faked the Lumia 920 PureView photos that it published as example shots an analysis by a designer shows.
We saw the leaks, over and over, and now they are a reality. Nokia and Microsoft joined forces today to announce both Windows Phone 8 and two new Lumia devices, the Lumia 820 and the Lumia 920.
The Windows Phone 8 SDK will be available in a limited form to already published developers who apply for it on September 12.
Today at Nokia world, Nokia announced their second new Lumia device, the Lumia 820, which will feature Windows Phone 8 and is positioned as a mid-range device.
Following Nokia's Windows Phone announcements this morning, the company's stock dropped just under 15%.
At an event in New York City today, Microsoft unveiled their latest version of Windows Phone 8 to journalists to much fanfare and performed demonstrations of the changes to the platform.
Microsoft today unveiled that Windows Server 2012 will be available to the public tomorrow, September 4.