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.
HTC is in bad shape, but CEO Peter Chou says the company is about to step things up.
Google has released five major Android updates since 2010, most named for something sweet. Today, Android’s developer site revealed that for the first time, more than 10 percent of Android smartphones in the market are running Jelly Bean, the latest version.
More than 110 high-speed LTE networks have now been deployed around the world with the potential to connect almost 500 million people in 50 different countries. But how is the new cellular technology affecting what smartphone owners do?
Attention data hungry commitment-phobes: Sprint’s new pay as you go service may interest you.
Editor’s Pick This year’s Consumer Electronics Show is shaping up to be strikingly different from previous years — and it may just hint at changes for the entire technology industry in 2013.
Editor’s Pick Late to the party, Ubuntu’s chances in the mobile market are pretty slim. But it’s giving it a go nonetheless.
After winning geek hearts and minds on the desktop, the popular Linux distribution Ubuntu is now aiming to take over your smartphone.
After a record-breaking 17.4 million iOS and Android devices were activated on Christmas Day, the following week saw record-breaking activity as well: over 50 million iOS and Android-powered smartphones and tablets, and a staggering 1.76 billion mobile app downloads.
With these two latest private data reveals, this is turning into a unwilling corporate equivalent of an adolescent show-me-yours-I’ll-show-you-mine.
Guest Post Virtually every electronic device has now gained a smartphone controlled equivalent over the past year.
While 2012 didn’t have any single products that were as exciting as when we saw the iPad or iPhone for the first time, I have a feeling we’ll look back at this year as a turning point.
Christmas day 2012 set huge records for activated iOS and Android devices, and downloaded apps, proving that Santa’s elves are getting more tech savvy every year.
Microsoft has released some illuminating stats regarding its Windows Phone Store’s performance in 2012: 75,000 apps published and 300,000 app updates.
Guest Post Innovation. It’s what makes new markets. It’s what creates new opportunities for companies to grow dramatically. And it’s what creates demand when consumers don’t even know they want something.
Apple has reached the highest smartphone market share ever thanks to strong sales of the iPhone 5, according to the latest sales data from Kantar Worldpanel ComTech.
All of a sudden, Google’s expensive Motorola purchase is beginning to make sense.
Most of those five billion chips won’t be in phones, as tablets, sensors, cameras, light bulbs, refrigerators, and more increasingly get connected to the internet.
Samsung acknowledged today that the CPU used in many of its phones, including the massively popular Galaxy S III, is vulnerable to a particular type of hack that can give attackers full access to your phone.
Korean electronics giant Samsung said today that it has dropped injunction requests against Apple products all across Europe, including in the U.K., France, Italy, Germany, and the Netherlands.
Apple’s smartphone marketshare is growing slower than the overall smartphone market, Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster said today in a research note to investors. That fact will push Apple to release a cheaper iPhone for mass markets.
Guest Post As 2012 comes to a close, we bid farewell to one “year of mobile” and get ready to embark on another. The industry keeps saying this will be the year, and then it isn’t. What gives?
Editor’s Pick In the battle for mindshare which leads to market share which leads to revenue share, Google has a huge advantage.
A rare interview with Larry Page offers some insight into his thinking and management style.
Mobile payment company Bango has integrated Google Play billing with carrier billing, announcing Australian carrier Telestra as its first client.
Could it be the Galaxy S IV?
Apple and Google have joined forces to offer more than $500 million for some of the 1,100 digital imaging patents from Eastman Kodak, according to Bloomberg, citing “two people with knowledge of the situation.”
Judge Lucy Koh, is aiming to settle the issues between the two companies — and potentially stop this recent wave of patent lawsuits.
Remember when Japanese carrier NTT Docomo was the darling of the wireless world, could do no wrong, and was the subject of every adoring U.S. report on how mobile in Japan rocked in every possible way?
I have the much-discussed Apple-HTC cross-licensing contract in my greasy little digital fingers. It’s a powerful document that has kiboshed upwards of 40 lawsuits between the two companies.
Forrester released a new report today on mobile marketing. As it turns out, there’s only one group of mobile customers that marketers want to target. Big shocker: It’s not the 7 percent of American adults who still refuse to use a mobile phone.
Despite the massive growth of Android smartphones, advertisers still covet iPhone users more than any other platform.
Guest Post With tech-related projects accounting for nine of the top 10 most common job requests on DoNanza, freelancers working in technology have noticed some interesting trends over the past two years.
The last thing Microsoft needed with Windows Phone 8 was a widespread software issue — so of course that’s exactly what happened.
It’s a patent battle between two trouble phone manufacturers.
We love our gadgets. Unfortunately, so do thieves.
For the first time since the iPhone 4S was launched, Apple is back on top.
Damian Dinning, the company’s head of camera technology, is leaving the company at the end of the month.
With a simple software tweak, it looks like Canadian Nexus 4 users can enable nascent LTE capabilities.