In time for the Olympics, MetroPCS is selling the first phone that can receive local TV signals, potentially lending TV stations some relevance in the age of the smartphone.
Amid rumors of a possible smartphone offering to complement its line of eReaders and media tablet, Amazon continues to put pressure on Apple with its content and cloud-based offerings.
The once-sexy iPhone is starting to look small and chubby.
Smartphone shipments fell annually and Android actually lost ground to Apple's iOS, according to a new report from Strategy Analytics.
Research In Motion boasted in a Friday post on its official blog that customers tallied three billion downloads from BlackBerry App World.
Mobile Posse, a provider of mobile homes screen messaging and consumer analytics, is hoping the New Mobile Handset Owner Survey it released today will provide some insight as to how consumers make purchase decisions at wireless retail outlets.
The company unveiled the 808 PureView at Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, Spain.
Can Huawei's device business really take off with the help of a flying horse made out of phones?
Isis has added three new banks to its mobile wallet ahead of its mid-year debut in Salt Lake City and Austin, Texas.
MetroPCS' costly gamble on LTE and Android-based smartphones showed signs of paying off last quarter...
The LTE-capable Galaxy Note for AT&T comes running Android 2.3 (Gingerbread), which Samsung says will be upgradeable to Ice Cream Sandwich, and packs a whopping 1.5 GHz dual-core processor. The battery is one of the larger ones on the market...
Apple emerged as the best-selling handset OEM in the fourth quarter of 2011, according to NPD Group.
Not too long ago, it would have taken quite the stretch of imagination to picture a Nokia smartphone as the belle of the ball at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas last month.
Standard & Poor's Rating Services today responded to a troubling earnings report from Japanese telecom equipment and smartphone manufacturer NEC...
Verizon wasn't the only telecommunications company to slip into the red this week. AT&T said this morning it lost $6.7 billion during the fourth quarter...
Nokia's fourth-quarter 2011 earnings were a mixed bag, as the company announced it has sold over 1 million Lumia smartphones since launch and yet...
Nokia has set the stage to regain some of its lost smartphone market share and to re-establish Microsoft's Windows Phone as a leading contender...
While the iPhone 4S might have been a mild disappointment to many Apple faithful, it apparently spurred droves to choose the iPhone in the fourth quarter of 2011.
Nokia is back in the USA. The company on Monday unveiled the Nokia Lumia 900, an LTE-capable Windows Phone 7 (WP7) smartphone. The Lumia 900 will launch as an exclusive with AT&T.
Launched today as an exclusive on T-Mobile USA's network, the Lumia 710 is available for $49.95 with a two-year contract. While that $49.95 price tag screams mediocrity, the 710 offers far more polish...
Microsoft is replacing Andy Lees as head of the company’s mobile division, according to a report yesterday from The Wall Street Journal’s All Things Digital blog. Lees led the effort to rebuild the company’s Windows Phone software into what is
Some players have hit it big in the mobile device market this year (Samsung Galaxy S II), while others have fallen flat (HP Touchpad). But even some of 2011’s misses (BlackBerry PlayBook) have been critical for their respective companies, proving that in the device market, a product doesn’t necessarily have to be successful to be important.
MetroPCS today announced its first HTC handset, the HTC Wildfire S, an Android-powered smartphone.
Frontier Communications yesterday announced an agreement that will offer Frontier customers a broad assortment of AT&T smartphones and access to its mobile broadband network.