Apple's next-generation iPhone and iPad could appear surprisingly soon, says a report.
While Samsung's Galaxy S III kept an eye on you to keep its screen from dimming, the company's next smartphone will look at you even more closely.
Editor's Pick The Make Unlocking Cell Phones Legal petition has been heard loud and clear in Washington, and the Obama administration is saying yes.
In 2013, we'll download ten apps for every single woman, man, and child on planet Earth.
The smartphone market is still Apple,Samsung -- and then everyone else. And Sony wants to be the top of that "everyone else."
Mix one part Pulp Fiction with one part The Toy and you'll approach something close to Samsung's baffling Galaxy S IV teaser.
Perhaps BlackBerry is finally paying attention.
Guest Post The mobile industry has clearly shifted to the U.S., but it has also led to a rise in European mobile app development.
Craigslist is possibly one of the ugliest sites on the web. But you can experience it as if it was Pinterest, as long as you use Mokriya Craigslist on your smartphone.
Guest Post With some 70,000 visitors in Barcelona this week for the Mobile World Congress, the tone is being set for the next phase of the dynamic mobile telecommunications industry.
While Apple remains a constant threat for Google in mobile, the Android maker is also worried about its most successful hardware partner: Samsung.
Why call when you can text, e-mail, or instant message someone?
Nokia didn't have any new high-end devices to show at Mobile World Congress today, but it unveiled a slew of new low-end and mid-range devices that could help it reclaim international markets.
The number of ARM Mali licensees has now grown to 75.
Samsung's Galaxy S IV, the most hyped-up Android smartphone of the year, will be unveiled in just a few weeks.
According to FixYa, Apple smartphones are the best-performing devices on the market: three times more reliable than Samsung smartphones, and a staggering 25 times more reliable than Motorola phones.
Is it time for Nokia to re-focus on cheap devices?
After successfully bringing Microsoft Office to the iPad, iPhone, and Android tablets, CloudOn is today announcing support for Android phones with version 4.0 of its app.
Editor's Pick It took about two hours for my initial excitement over the BlackBerry Z10 to disappear.
It's not just gadget geeks who are eager to see HTC back on top.