The good news, I assume, is that Google Glass will restore our masculinity (and, I assume) femininity.
Only a few months after Samsung debuted its latest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S4, the company is gearing up to launch a new set of devices.
It’s a good thing Apple hit the number today, because if they waited even another week, the Cupertino company might have been second-best to Google’s Android
In the first quarter of 2013, a third of smartphones sold in the U.S. were prepaid, double the amount from the previous year. Apple’s share of the prepaid market? A mere 8 percent.
Forget the new stuff, this Google I/O will be about devs and useful upgrades.
BlackBerry needs all the help it can get.
Just a few days before Google’s I/O developer conference kicks off, Wired’s Steven Levy has finally gotten Pichai to chat about Android’s future.
Editor’s Pick It’s the best Android smartphone I’ve ever laid hands on — and possible the best smartphone I’ve ever used.
Nokia’s marketing strategy for this phone is simply baffling.
Take a deep breath, hold on to your hat, and take a seat: Amazon is building a smartphone.
Let me say that again: Apple is at single digit growth in a market growing at almost 40 percent.
Okay, we get it Nokia, your Lumia cameras are pretty darned great for low-light shooting.
After a successful collaboration with the Nexus 4 Android smartphone, Google may also be working with LG for yet another Nexus devices. Here’s why that’s a bad idea.
Mobile phone theft is a massive and growing problem, accounting for more than 40 percent of all thefts in San Francisco in 2012. But is that a good thing for mobile carriers like AT&T and Verizon?
HTC’s first quarter saw a massive decline in revenue and profit — but the company expects a rosier second quarter.
Even Samsung admits that the Galaxy S4 isn’t a “radical difference” from the Galaxy S III.
The Galaxy S4 is actually pretty easy to repair and has just 11 screws inside.
Apple and Google aren’t the only ones benefiting from the smartphone revolution.
Editor’s Pick With the Galaxy S4, Samsung has mastered the art of churning out popular Android phones.
The first part of Tim Cook’s answer was exactly what Wall Street wanted to hear. The second part, not so much.
Verizon won’t be without a Lumia for long, according to the latest rumor.
“iPhone 5 sales have failed to impress. There’s been a lack of innovation over the past few years to come up with the next great device, and consumers have filed to see any differentiation. Samsung has captured the market.”
Nokia’s brief flirtation with profit last quarter (following six quarters of losses) was bound to end — we just didn’t think it would be this soon.
Hey, look at that, Verizon continues to be a wireless powerhouse.
My capacity for patience is quite low when it comes to waiting on my smartphone or tablet to charge. And I doubt I’m the only one.
BlackBerry isn’t going to let a recent report detailing high return rates for its new flagship smartphone go without a fight.
Is this the TV Everywhere solution we’ve been waiting for?
We downloaded 13.4 billion apps in the first three months of 2013, spending $2.2 billion U.S. on apps and in-app purchases.
Guest Post If you’re waiting to see when wireless power will hit the mass market, then you’re not alone.
South Korean electronics titan Samsung expects to take in an enormous $7.7 billion (8.7 trillion won) operating profit for the first quarter of 2013.
Good news, T-Mobile fans. You can finally preorder the iPhone 5 today.
Why open your own retail stores when you can partner up with the biggest electronics retailer in the U.S.?
And the Facebook Home/Facebook Phone leaks keep on coming.
Have you been considering the new BlackBerry Z10 but aren’t sure what to think about the still-fresh BlackBerry 10 operating system? If you’re an iPhone or Android owner, now you can try out BB 10 in your mobile browser.
Apple’s next iPhone could land as soon as this summer, judging from a Wall Street Journal report today.
After a long wait, AT&T will offer up HTC’s new flagship Android phone — the HTC One — starting on April 19 for $200 with a two-year contract — and before the Samsung Galaxy S IV is available.
At this rate, Facebook may not have many surprises left in store for its Thursday Android event.
Apple fans, do you feel lucky?
Those Facebook phone rumors are back again — except this time, they may be valid. Still, as we approach the possible unveiling of this curious device, a big question remains: Will anyone actually need this thing?
Guest Post This post covers the things you always wanted to know about BYOD but were too afraid to ask.