Venture for smartphone chips took a beating when Nokia and Sony Ericsson started sinking.
The latest cheap iPhone rumor makes a lot more sense than the last round.
I'll admit, I'm no fan of big phones. But with the Galaxy S IV, which Samsung announced tonight in New York City, the company shows you can make a large screen fit into a surprisingly thin and light device.
Editor's Pick Samsung officially unveiled the phone tonight at Radio City Music Hall in New York City, following plenty of leaked photos and videos.
There’s been a lot of hype and a lot of leaks, but tonight is finally the moment we get to see what Samsung has up its sleeve with its new flagship Android smartphone — the Galaxy S IV.
We're only a few hours away from the second-biggest phone launch of the year.
Whatever surprises Samsung had in store for the launch of the Galaxy S IV later today have likely been spoiled by this latest round of leaked pictures and videos.
Andy Rubin will no longer be leading the charge for Android at Google, the company announced today.
Samsung's highly hyped Galaxy S IV smartphone will debut tomorrow, but will the device have any surprises left to show?
Yesterday, we saw some alleged photos from Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S IV smartphone, and now it looks like that same sly gadget hound has created a video showing off the new phone.
Perhaps because the marriage between ThinkPad and BlackBerry seems so natural, another Lenovo executive is hinting that the company would be open to purchasing the beleaguered smartphone company.
China is a top strategic market for Apple. But Samsung claimed the country's smartphone title in 2012 for the first time, according to new data released over the weekend.
With Samsung's Galaxy S IV scheduled to debut later this week in New York City, the leaks are coming full force.
It's going to be a good month for U.S. BlackBerry fans.
BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins has some serious challenges ahead of him. But when it comes to the prospect of selling ultra-low-cost smartphones in emerging markets such as India and Indonesia, he says BlackBerry won't even try to compete in that segment.
Motorola may be owned by Google now, but the company is still bleeding cash -- and employees.
Guest Post You might think your smartphone is pretty smart, but many smartphone apps are still pretty dumb, lacking contextual knowledge about you, your preferences, and your environment. That's about to change.
Add Intel Capital to the growing list of companies eager to work with Bluestacks.
Guest Post It’s no secret that smartphones are overwhelmingly the most popular and fastest growing mobile access point to the Internet today.
Before settling on the name "iPhone," Apple considered some hilarious monikers for its smartphone.