A US judge has told Motorola to give Apple details concerning the development of Google's Android OS, along with more information covering the recently approved purchase of Motorola Mobility by the search giant.
Virgin Media has just launched a selection of 'Red Button' interactive features, designed to give sports fans yet more angles of footballers gobbing on themselves. And it'll also make Virgin's broadcasting of Sky's 2012 F1 coverage all the more in-depth.
HTC's had some stick over the years for putting slightly ropey cameras in its smartphones, a flaw it's trying to fix with its new One Series models and their ImageSense technology. And this is what it can do.
Apple didn't mislead UK consumers over what Siri would be capable of when it arrived over here, it was our stupid fault for watching US announcements and getting too excited over features we were never going to get.
It's usually Germany or Finland that's the comedy entry at Eurovision. This year it's going to be us, thanks to the BBC's decision to send Engelbert Humperdinck out to Azerbaijan to represent the nation.
The first of LG's L-Series models is scheduled to launch in the UK this month, and while it's no quad-core monster, you do get the interesting combination of a dual-core processor running a small 3.2" display.
New reports regarding Sony's next PlayStation claim the complex Cell processor series that powered the PS3 could be for the chop, with Sony believed to be looking to simplify its next-gen machine to appease developers.