Thanksgiving is apparently the time to open apps as well as eat Turkey.
The Nexus 5 says “to hell” with glitz and glamour.
We tend to have certain paradigms about the “developed world” and the “developing world.” Including, of course, media-fed images of Africa as a place of almost irredeemable poverty, deprivation, and pain.
Markets in everything, indeed.
Go big or go home. That’s the message we’re hearing from electronics giant Samsung, which today unveiled another oversized device to add to its large-screen smartphone lineup.
The explosion of internet connectivity is requiring more servers to serve the web to new devices.
LG has spent plenty of time hyping up the curved screen of its Flex Android smartphone, but the device’s unique “self-healing” capabilities looks to be even more useful.
Microsoft’s takeover of Nokia’s devices and services business is one step closer to completion.
Leave it to Samsung to once again make us say “huh?” when it comes to new smartphone screen technology.
You’ll be able to get your hands on the first 6-inch Windows Phone, Nokia’s Lumia 1520, before Thanksgiving.
Today only 60 million people use augmented reality apps on a regular basis. By 2018, that should hit 200 million, according to a new report by Juniper Research.
2015 looks to be a big year for Samsung.
You could call the Nexus 5 many things, but exciting is not one of them.
Hot on the heels of an iOS launch, JumpCam has released its collaborative video application in Google Play.
BlackBerry isn’t dead yet — and it’s not giving up without a fight.
Global phone shipments are over 418 million, smartphone shipments hit a record 250 million, and Android has captured a record 81 percent global market share.
The Nexus 5 is here.
Update: Google has officially announced Android KitKat’s features, confirming everything in this report.
We want same-day delivery. Restaurant ingredient checkers. Virtual play connectors that join us with far-away friends in real-time games. Digital assistants who analyze our performance and give advice. And in-stock detectors that will tell us if the product we want is in the store.
Like the highest tech Lego blocks you’ve ever seen, Motorola last night unveiled Project Ara, a bold plan to build smartphones with modular hardware.
Sit tight Android fans, the Nexus 5 is nigh — and in white.
Would you pay $200 on-contract for a great phone that technically had mid-range hardware?
While Nokia went big today with its latest Lumia announcements, it’s still paying attention to small and cheap phones with updates to its Asha lineup.
Since a smartphone is such an attractor for thieves, what if you couldn’t sell a used one without proof of ownership? That’s the idea behind a new bill introduced Friday in the New York State Legislature.
Whoops! Someone over at Google sure has butterfingers. (Or more likely, Google is sneaky like a fox.)
It’s not just the the NSA or FBI that today’s kids have to worry about snooping on their phones and tracking their locations. Their parents are doing a fine job of that all on their own, thank you very much.
The next big Windows Phone 8 update sets the stage for a new range of devices — and finally delivers on some basic, long-awaited features.
Like all of your favorite boy-bands from the ’90s, BlackBerry might be breaking up instead of taking some time off.
Even though Apple’s iPhone 5S stock has been a bit constrained in the U.S., that’s not stopping Apple from rolling out its latest iPhones to dozens of new countries over the next few weeks.
Samsung’s rumored curved screen phone is here — and no, it still doesn’t make any sense.
Guest Post While none of these companies are likely to buy BlackBerry, here’s how things might fair if they do.
Proving yet again that the BYOD (bring your own device) trend is more than just a fad, Enterproid announced today that it has raised an additional $12 million in funding led by Google Ventures.
Samsung isn’t the only company unashamed to follow in Apple’s footsteps.
At this rate, there won’t be many surprises for Google and LG to reveal when they finally announce the Nexus 5.
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times … in the smartphone market.
Looks like Apple’s new iPad 5 will come in at least one of the same colors as the new iPhone 5S: space gray. And it appears that the coming-soon updated iPad will be both lighter and smaller than the existing iPad 4.
While it seems obvious that cheap smartphones will eventually overtake high-end sales, the real question is when that will happen.
Chinese site DoNews just revealed two photos of the potential iPad Mini 2 that tell us two things: It’s gold, and it also sports the iPhone 5S Touch ID sensor.
We know BlackBerry’s last quarter was a messy one for the company, but seeing all the details in its second quarter earnings report still hurts.
Samsung announced this morning that it has created the Samsung Solutions Exchange, a new ecosystem for enterprises that are adopting Android phones.