It seems there's no rush to be an early adopter. Next year's Ouya will almost certainly be better and faster.
The Wikipad aims to satisfy gamers with a detachable shell that brings dual analogs a proper buttons to Android gaming, and an attractive new price.
For people who missed the Kickstarter campaign or people who still prefer buying things in real stores, the Ouya will be available this June.
The little Android-powered GameStick console gets even better thanks to Kickstarter feedback.
Carrying a huge smartphone isn't for everyone. NEC's upcoming smartphone has a screen on the front and back; and combines into a larger one at any time.
Sony's new Xperia Tablet Z is everything its Xperia Tablet S should have been: super thin, super light and beverage-proof, with pretty respectable specs, too.
CES 2013 is just bursting with new gaming portables. Archos is the latest to challenge Nintendo with its 7-inch Android-powered GamePad handheld.
The GameStick, like the Ouya, is powered by Android and will bring hundreds of games made for mobile's smaller display to your TV's bigger one.
While we all enjoy the smartphones and tablets manufactured in China, nothing has put the world on notice regarding air quality more than the horrendous pollution that plagues that country's major cities. As the U.S. comes to grips with its own pollution, a local research group has created a smartphone sensor system designed to make monitoring our air quality a little more convenient.
Internet-connected devices are clearly the future of controlling everything from your home to your car, but actually getting "the Internet of things" rolling has been slow going. Now a new project looks to brighten those prospects, quite literally, with a smart light socket.