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.
Terms like “couch potato” and “boob tube” are going to become obsolete someday soon, right up there with “cat’s pajamas” and “gum up the works.”
Motorola thinks current smartphones are actually pretty dumb. Enter, the Moto X, Motorola’s not-so-secret, made in America, sensor-laden flagship smartphone.
This really is Mac versus PC all over again, as iOS hit its lowest levels since 2010.
T-Mobile’s getting serious about competing with Verizon and AT&T, both of whom are capturing record numbers of iPhone and Android smartphone customers, announcing an “unprecedented” deal today: zero dollars down for all phones and tablets.
Samsung doesn’t have to worry about giving up its smartphone market throne anytime soon.
Current Caller ID, an app we’ve called the future of smartphone calling, has seen huge growth in its first year.
Verizon Wireless has debuted three refreshed Motorola Droid smartphones, including a new Droid Maxx with a touted battery life of 48 hours.
The Moto X, Motorola’s first smartphone designed under Google, isn’t shying away from minimalist interfaces.
Is anybody really clamoring for a bigger iPad?
Just a day after Google invited media to attend the unveiling of the Moto X Android smartphone on Aug. 1, more pictures of the hyped device have been leaked to the web.
Amid yet another disappointing quarterly earnings report from Nokia, there was a glimmer of hope for its Lumia Windows Phone lineup.
2-in-1 designs give users both laptop and tablet experiences in one device.
The patent covers both clip-on projectors, which would certainly not be an Apple design preference, and built-in versions, which would be integrated within an iPhone or iPad, and would be much more down Apple’s strike zone.
Bugs and testing delays may be holding back key features from Windows Phone 8 until 2014.
Apparently we love our smartphones. More, perhaps, than our spouses, God, or personal hygiene.
The ubiquitous sensors on our mobile gadgets are both a blessing and a curse.
Even record profits won’t save you from analysts’ wrath.
Motorola is following in Microsoft’s footsteps.
With every new flagship Galaxy smartphone, Samsung continues to beat its own shipment records.
Motorola has unveiled its first ad for its upcoming Moto X smartphone — but, unsurprisingly, it raises more questions than it answers.
It won’t be too long until 4G LTE networks are just as ubiquitous as 3G, and at that point devices won’t even need 3G.
While it looked like BlackBerry was on the verge of a rebound last quarter, the company’s latest earnings results show that it’s still struggling to stay afloat.
Spanish telecommunications giant Telefonica isn’t afraid to combat the leading smartphone platforms, Android and iOS.
Don’t expect much to change with the iPhone 5S’s design.
Will Iron Man star Robert Downey Jr. be enough for HTC to take on its smartphone super villains, Apple and Samsung?
“The lower-price iPhone is imminent, and we believe it is now up to Apple to choose exactly when to unveil this new device to the world,” White says in his most recent research note to investors.
After being close partners for the past two years on Windows Phone, Microsoft was reportedly in deep talks with Nokia to acquire its phone business.
Samsung isn’t slowing down with its Galaxy S4 variants anytime soon.
We’re so tied to our mobile gadgets today that we might as well call them wearable.
While we’ve been hearing quite a bit about Apple’s plans for a cheaper iPhone over the past few months, the company’s plans to go bigger have been more cloudy.
Samsung isn’t slowing down with its niche Galaxy S4 variants.
While it will be difficult for Android phones to compete with the Samsung Galaxy S4 and HTC One for the next months, Sprint is trying with the Vital — an Android phone with killer specs like a 5-inch 720p display and 13-megapixel back camera that costs $100 with a 2-year-contract.
Guest Post Mobile keyboard are due for a change. We look at three different ways the keyboard may evolve in the near future.
Is Samsung’s golden smartphone era coming to an end?
This Galaxy can take a lickin’ and keep on tickin’.
Amid disastrous profits and significant marketing struggles, HTC just can’t seem to hold onto its executives.
It’s time to celebrate Verizon Wireless customers — soon you’ll be able to get your hands on the best Android phone on the market.
Android fans, contain yourselves.
Editor’s Pick Android’s market share is a joke, and most tech writers aren’t getting the punchline.