Apple unveils 7nm A12 Bionic SoC
May beat Huawei to the punch.
Intern's project opens smartphones to more people.
Will roll out secret 'performance mode' to all.
We summarise the two new Kindle eReaders and the Kindle Fire Tablet launched yesterday.
Adobe confirms that Windows 8 will support Flash in the standard desktop mode.
Intel partners with Google to optimise Android for x86-based Atom smartphones.
Huge drops in feature phone sales are matched by large gains in smartphone sales, helped by Android.
Waterstone’s has revealed plans to develop and sell a rival to Amazon’s Kindle eBook reader.
Office of National Statistics reveals that 45 per cent of UK net users have mobile data access.
Nvidia has told Bit-Gamer it is aiming to have 50 Tegra games on Android by 2012.
HP has confirmed it will spin off or sell its consumer PC group and will stop making WebOS devices
Second bit-tech Android app launches and its free to download
The developer of the popular custom Android CyanogenMod ROMs has been employed by Samsung.
In a clear game-changing move, Google has bought Motorola Mobility, meaning it now competes directly with Apple
Fujitsu announces a phone with similar technical capabilities to a netbook.
The sales of smartphones continues to grow, with the tipping point occurring next year.
Today sees the launch of the bit-tech Android app, complete with mobile optimised forum access
Dutch mobile operators banned from charging for internet-based communications services.
We take a look at the first glimpses of Microsoft's new operating system.
We gather all the news, gossip, previews and rumours from the most important PC tech show.
Ofcom finds that O2 offers the fastest mobile broadband speeds in the UK.
BT and Everything Everywhere will begin trialling 4G wireless networks in Cornwall this autumn.
Apple plans smaller SIMs to enable slimmer handsets in the future.
Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang is not happy about the sales of Android-based tablets.
We talk to research firm IDC about ARM's potential to break into the PC processor market.
Huge cuts and transfers affect more than 5 per cent of its workforce.
Mobile network plans for the tube are scrapped, as parties couldn't agree on a viable proposal.