Gentlemen may prefer blondes, but advertisers like iPads.
Editor's Pick This CES was mostly fun, but there were still a few things to hate.
Apple may have overestimated just how many display panels (and other components) it needed to meet the iPhone 5's demand.
Editor's Pick It's odd to see Microsoft as the underdog, but that's the reality in mobile. And, according to Rudolph, that's what makes it fun.
Sony may have finally its stride with Android handsets with the Xperia Z.
The twists and turns in the cheap iPhone saga are enough to give you whiplash.
Smoke, meet fire?
Given that there are approximately a gazillion Android-based tablets on the market, you'd expect the Android hardware market for tablets would be massively fragmented. Think again.
Coming in just behind AT&T's 9.9 million activations, Verizon showed 9.8 million smartphones sold -- but lower profits than a year ago.
Lenovo has introduced a sleek new smartphone, the IdeaPhone K900 -- one of the first phones to run Intel's new 2-GHz dual-core Atom processor.
T-Mobile may be convinced that the smartphone subsidy is outdated, but Verizon and AT&T aren't so sure.
FreedomPop, which already offers free wireless Internet service, is announcing a partnership with TextPlus today that will enable it to also offer free voice calls and free texts.
Paradoxically, the new, cheaper iPhones are supposed to come with a bigger 5" screen and a brand-new form factor. And, a new CPU: Qualcomm's Snapdragon.
AT&T took a moment to toot its own horn this morning, announcing that it sold more than 10 million smartphones in the last quarter.
Huawei, you've successfully built the world's largest smartphone with the 6.1-inch Ascend Mate. Congratulations?
It wasn't too long into Qualcomm's CES keynote before Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer jumped on the stage, injecting a dose of much-needed energy.
Huawei's Ascend Mate has a 6.1-inch display, making it one of the largest smartphones ever.
Watch out Apple and Google: Two-thirds of smartphone and tablet owners don't have strong brand loyalty to any one particular operating system, according to a new study by Accenture.
Will 2013 be better for HTC than 2012? Let's hope so.
Euclid furthers its quest to become the Google Analytics for the real world.