The Moto X’s biggest flaw could soon be a thing of the past.
Mike Lazaridis has been talking to private equity firms.
The gold iPhone 5S has quickly become as rare as gold.
The iPhone 5C isn’t exactly the cheap iPhone we’ve all been waiting for. But Apple chief executive Tim Cook wouldn’t have it any other way.
BlackBerry’s next BB 10 device ticks all the right boxes for a modern smartphone, though there’s no sign that its ecosystem has gotten any better.
Here’s yet another sign that the Nexus 5 is near: Google sold out of all of its current Nexus 4 stock on Monday, and according to the Verge, it won’t be returning.
This is how Apple is taking on the low-end smartphone competition.
Typically quiet Amazon has jumped to deny rumors that it’s working on a smartphone that would be offered to consumers for free.
The case for an iPhone 5S fingerprint sensor is shaping up, just days before Apple’s September 10 media event.
Amazon is apparently working on a plan that would see the company build its own smartphone that it would offer to customers for free.
Guest Post Why did Microsoft buy Nokia? Stephen Elop, Nokia’s former CEO, could be one big reason.
In the unlikely case that you’re both a fan of Windows Phone and someone who wants a large screened smartphone, I present to you the Nokia Lumia 1520.
If the Galaxy Gear’s bulkiness and lukewarm reception hasn’t scared you off yet, you’ll likely be able to get your hands on one at the beginning of October.
Lenovo had two big choices after releasing its troubled IdeaPad Yoga last year: Refine, or give up.
Samsung’s Galaxy Gear may not be the smartwatch that will make regular consumers give a damn about smartwatches, but it’s a notable evolutionary step for wearable computing.
Samsung showed off the Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear smartwatch at a big press event at the IFA conference in Berlin today. Below, check out our live blog of the event, which I covered from a remote press viewing event in New York City.
The former Windows Phone head admits marketing efforts so far have been weak.
In a deal that many saw coming, Microsoft just announced that it’s acquiring Nokia’s devices and services business for more than $7 billion in cash.
While all options are on the table for BlackBerry’s future at this point, one of the company’s board members believes it can survive by scaling down its ambitions.
Editor’s Pick The popular Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi has a CEO who isn’t afraid to mimic the late Steve Jobs — yet it still has plenty to teach the West.
Nearly 10 percent of students fry their phones in a “party foul” situation. And 8 percent of all students say they’re too blackout drunk to remember exactly how their expensive, shiny smartphones got bricked, lost, cracked, or stolen.
Taiwanese phone maker HTC, the creator of the killer Android phone the HTC One, is still in dire straights financially. So the company is working on a new smartphone operating system that it can use for phones in China.
Samsung and LG are planning to include a tool that would make stolen phones and tablets inoperable.
Let’s face it, the era of smartphones with physical keyboards is just about over.
Among the many things the Moto X has going for it, you can now add ease of repair.
Talk about a spectacular failure.
A full half of y’all sleep with your phones, and nearly as many use their smartphones at the gym. Others are texting while making whoopee, and you know a fair amount of you use your phones while driving — which is not only pitiful but also dangerous.
Guest Post For all the hype, smartwatches as we’re thinking of them will likely fail.
Samsung’s Galaxy Mega — a ridiculous hybrid phone/tablet with a 6.3-inch screen — will soon hit major U.S. wireless carriers.
Editor’s Pick The Moto X proves you can still make a great phone even if it’s not the fastest one around.
The flashy HTC One Android smartphone will finally make its way to Verizon Wireless on Aug. 22.
It’s been about two years since Nielsen noted that smartphone sales overtook feature phone sales in the U.S. — now, it seems we’ve hit that milestone on the global level.
A day after BlackBerry announced that it was considering ways to save its business, including possibly selling off the company, the company is making its most baffling product announcement yet.
“I don’t really understand the logic behind it,” Kingman said. “Unlocking is completely legal in pretty much every other country at the minute, except for the U.S.”
This move may be several years too late, but BlackBerry announced this morning that it will be exploring “strategic alternatives” for its business through a newly formed special committee.
Guest Post There’s an ongoing conversation about the quality and success of mobile advertising that has struck nerve with a lot of people.
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Don’t call the Moto X a mid-range phone.
Nokia’s Lumia 1020 is the culmination of everything the Finnish phone maker has been working towards over the past few years.
Editor’s Pick That the Moto X doesn’t feature the absolute fastest mobile processor doesn’t matter much. It’s all about simplicity, comfort, and some forward-thinking features.