In the first quarter of 2013, a third of smartphones sold in the U.S. were prepaid, double the amount from the previous year. Apple's share of the prepaid market? A mere 8 percent.
Editor's Pick It's the best Android smartphone I've ever laid hands on -- and possible the best smartphone I've ever used.
The First interface itself is Facebook's way of making a mobile operating system without actually making a mobile operating system. The result is pretty awesome, and for 99 cents (with a contract, natch), it's a steal.
After a successful collaboration with the Nexus 4 Android smartphone, Google may also be working with LG for yet another Nexus devices. Here's why that's a bad idea.
HTC's first quarter saw a massive decline in revenue and profit -- but the company expects a rosier second quarter.
Editor's Pick With the Galaxy S4, Samsung has mastered the art of churning out popular Android phones.
We've spent the past few days running around with the HTC First, the first phone with Facebook Home running out of the box . Here's our review.
If you think things couldn't get any worse for HTC, you probably haven't been paying attention.
Check out what the new Facebook Home Android skin and the HTC First look like before the launch later this month.
After weeks and months of good news for Android, ComScore's U.S. subscriber market share report released today says Apple is growing overall iPhone sales and iOS platform penetration, while Google's Android is dropping.
After many leaks, the first "Facebook phone" is finally here, and it's fittingly called the HTC First.
And the Facebook Home/Facebook Phone leaks keep on coming.
After a long wait, AT&T will offer up HTC's new flagship Android phone -- the HTC One -- starting on April 19 for $200 with a two-year contract -- and before the Samsung Galaxy S IV is available.
At this rate, Facebook may not have many surprises left in store for its Thursday Android event.
Those Facebook phone rumors are back again -- except this time, they may be valid. Still, as we approach the possible unveiling of this curious device, a big question remains: Will anyone actually need this thing?
At a low-key press event today, T-Mobile made it clear that it's not just another carrier anymore.
The 'Quietly Brilliant' HTC of 2009-2013 is dead. Long live (?) the new HTC.
It doesn't matter how great your phone is if you can't actually get it built.
HTC sales have reached their lowest point since 2010, erasing the company's Android rise entirely.
One way of getting a handle on the mobile industry's trends is to look at how the floor space at Mobile World Congress gets divided up.