Users of these phones can now reply directly to incoming text messages by voice.
That sound you hear is Winamp continuing to whip the llama's ass.
BlackBerry rededicates itself to physical keyboards as the company tries to get out of a death spiral.
Remember when SimCity's creators insisted that an offline version of the game couldn't be done? Neither do SimCity's creators, apparently.
Acer looks like it's willing to try anything as it rolls out an Android-based all-in-one PC for $1100.
We can rebuild it. We have the technology.
Previously set to launch with Firefox 27 in January, the touch-optimized browser will now arrive six weeks later with the Firefox 28 update.
Motorola's dynamic duo is now cheaper than ever off-contract.
Some subscribers to Google's all-you-can-eat music service are receiving invitations to buy Google Glass.
Apple. T-Mobile. Microsoft. And what's going on with PCs? The biggest tech news stories of 2013 may be far-flung, but they were all fantastically momentous.
The competition between Google and Apple hits the road: Google will reportedly team with Audi to offer Android-powered in-car information and entertainment.
After a faulty charger scuttled Christmas sales, the HP Chromebook is available once again.
The CyanogenMod Edition Oppo N1 costs a cool $600, but it's unlocked and comes preloaded with everybody's favorite custom Android ROM.