Will the iPhone 5 be coming to China Mobile’s 700 million subscribers? Apple needs this, sure, but make no mistake: China Mobile needs it just as bad.
Want to have your digital cake and eat it too? Soon you’ll be able to, with new touchable technology that Tactus is demoing at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Sure, the iPhone 5 is a big part of Apple’s jump from 35.8 percent market share in the previous quarter, but it’s not the only part.
In shocking news, Apple is working on a successor to the iPhone 5, 2012′s “gadget of the year,” and is updating iOS, the operating system on the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch.
Some of the features might be just what the 65-and-older market needs — noise cancellation, larger text, and even speech-slowing for better parsing of fast-talking callers.
Samsung unveiled its new Galaxy Grand smartphone today, and yes, it is a phone with a massive 5″ screen. Unfortunately, while the size of the screen may be grand, its quality isn’t.
63 percent of video-watching on mobile phones, the study said, happens right at home sweet home.
Refreshing honesty from an executive, or hubris?
The iPhone 5 probably won’t sell as much as Samsung’s Galaxy S III this year, but it did win another coveted prize: Time Magazine’s gadget of the year.
If you can’t sell phones, you must sell something else. For Nokia, that something else turns out to be its home office building in Espoo, Finland.
Everything.me raises $25 million to make smart phones “dynamic” by presenting apps you may need in real-time.
Mobile commerce has been the next big thing for some time now, and it’s not all hype: 16.3 percent of all online Black Friday online sales were consummated over mobile.
iPhones and iPads may be losing ground to Android-based smartphones and tablets, but iPad is still king of online content. And online sales.
According to social app discovery company Appsfire, today is the day that marks the one million apps have been created for Apple’s app store.
Editor’s Pick Controlling a browser with your eyes? Playing a game in a web browser on your smartphone by waving your hands in the air? That and more is the future of the web, according to Google.
Phorce is a pricey bag, no doubt. But it’s also a very cool, smart-looking, and smart-acting gadget bag.
Anyone who thought a sudden wave of peace, love, and joy was going to erupt in the mobile marketplace just in time for Christmas, keep dreaming.
If you want to maximize ad revenue in your mobile app, develop for iPhone, allow rich media ads, pass keywords to advertisers about content and users, and focus on health, news, entertainment, and fitness segments.
Frankly, if you are Samsung, why wouldn’t you raise Apple’s prices? A price increase could be simply a bargaining chip in an attempt to reach a settlement, or it could be Samsung’s way of recouping the billion-plus dollars it is obligated to pay Apple.
James Bond cannot possibly use the same gadgets, tools, or automobiles as you and I. It’s just a law of nature.
Apparently, people like to have fun, and they buy digital devices to assist them in that noble quest. But they use those devices differently … and therein lies the story.
Tomorrow, the Paris-based company that built MasterCard’s PayPass API and counts McDonalds and Reeboks as its mobile commerce clients will release the Airtag Kit: a full collection of everything developers need to start building mobile payment apps.
So I finally picked up an iPhone 5 yesterday. Astonishingly, it did not instantly take five pounds off my middle, make me devastatingly witty, or give me movie-star looks.
Microsoft may soon shake up the Windows Phone market with a Surface phone of its own.
Sharp announced today that it has started manufacturing 5-inch high-definition LCD panels for smartphones with a full 1,080 x 1,920 pixels — and an astonishing pixel density of 443 pixels per inch.
One billion dollars? It may sound like a lot, especially with your pinky finger nestled next to your lips. But it’s $700 million too little, says Apple.
Happy about the new iPhone 5? You should be … or maybe you shouldn’t, because the announcements made today weren’t everything that we’d hoped for. In fact, some are startlingly painful. Here are eight that almost make today feel like a bad day
Today Google announced that on-the-go editing in Google Docs is available for iPhone and iPad — just like it’s been available for Android-based devices since November 2010. But what’s two years between frenemies?
The iPhone 5 cometh. But will it be curved? Transparent? Taller? Thinner? Wider?
Mobile malware has exploded this year, growing almost 700 percent over 2011 numbers. Almost all of it, perhaps 85 percent, targets smartphones running Android.
Editor’s Pick Samsung’s billion-dollar fine, which could go as high as $3 billion, is a great, excellent, and wonderful thing for the entire smartphone industry. And it’s an awesome thing for you and me, smartphone users.
Yeah, really (although I agree, it probably sucks for Samsung).
China will account for 26.5 percent of all smartphones sales in 2012, compared to 17.8 percent for the USA, according to a new study released today by the IDC.
“What the heck is a micro-app,” you might ask? It’s the thing that Delicious founder Joshua Schachter (pictured) wants you to develop for smartphones.
ComScore just released its June 2012 U.S. mobile report, and the results were mostly predictable.
Never has the question “Do you use an iPhone?” been so important.
French publisher Gameloft released its second quarter earning report today, showing healthy growth for the mobile-focused company.
Google just announced a new handwriting feature available for smartphones and tablets: hand write your query.
Remember Meego? It was the open-source phone project from Intel and Nokia that was going to displace Apple’s iPhone. And it’s not dead yet.