Microsoft is rumored to be working on a smartwatch to combat Apple's rumored iWatch. Let's just hope both devices aren't vaporware.
Could Apple's next big product be an iOS-powered watch? Reports say Apple's guys are already working on it.
All eyes might be on the new iPhone rumored to launch next month, but another device is starting to look like a lock: the 7.85-inch iPad, or iPad "Mini" or iPad "Air" as the media is now calling it. It's getting harder to deny that a smaller iPad is in the works.
iPhone fans won't have much longer to wait. With the last leak of parts all but confirming the next iPhone's larger screen and slimmer profile, all ears are now hearing that Apple will announce the smartphone in early September with a launch shortly after.
With so much smoke surrounding the iPhone 5, there's bound to be fire nearby. According to one website's inside sources, Apple could be planning to take the wraps off the iPhone 5 in early August, with a launch shortly after.
Discontinuation rumors are nothing new, but some are more substantiated than others. On that note, Mozilla has reportedly sent out a letter announcing that its open-source email and news client Thunderbird is not being discontinued but people are being pulled off the project.
A clearer image of what Apple's sixth-generation iPhone will look like is coming together. Based on supplier part leaks, it's believed that the next iPhone could have a metal plated back with a redesigned case, as well as some new changes we've already tossed around before.
Steve Jobs famously stated that an iPad with a screen smaller than 9.7-inches wouldn't feel right, but that was then. Apple's run by Tim Cook now. The well-connected John Gruber of DaringFireball recently said on a podcast that Apple has a smaller iPad with a 7.85-inch screen floating around its labs.
The latest iPhone and iPad flurries continue to hang on to idea that the iPhone will get a larger 4-inch screen and the iPad will get a sibling with a smaller 7-inch screen. With Tim Cook sitting on the throne, anything is possible.
What is this? The Verge says it's RIM's next BlackBerry smartphone codenamed "London" with the BlackBerry's next-gen BBX software and sleek Porsche Design looks. Please, let this be what RIM is cooking up.