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.
The Lumia 800 emerges as not only an impressive smartphone but one that could mean there's hope for both Nokia's aspirations in the high-end device market, as well as Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 (WP7) platform.
Samsung became the No. 1 smartphone manufacturer worldwide, according to a third-quarter smartphone report from Gartner.
Research In Motion (RIM) today unveiled two new BlackBerry 7 smartphones, the Bold 9790 and the Curve 9380.
According to NPD Group's new Smartphone Track service, smartphone prices are falling...
The Czech-based company Verzo Technologies enters the smartphone market with the Verzo, a new Android smartphone.
Now, many years later, the company is trying to recapture some of that magic by ushering the Razr into the smartphone age.
HTC yesterday unveiled its latest and greatest, the first Android phone in the United States to feature Beats audio integration...
The return and repair of Android smartphone devices is costing mobile operators as much as $2 billion per year...
Samsung and HTC appear to be playing the Android card just right, as both companies wrapped up remarkable third quarters.
AT&T today announced Nov. 6 launch for its first pair of LTE-capable smartphones, the HTC Vivid and Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket.
For the first time, Samsung Electronics Co. shipped more smartphones in the latest quarter than tech industry darling Apple.
Sprint CEO Dan Hesse has said the company will stop offering unlimited plans if they become unprofitable, and apparently that time has come – but only for some of its devices.
Amid increasing pressure from iPhone-toting Verizon Wireless, AT&T today reported lackluster third-quarter earnings.
Google and Samsung were busy unveiling the Galaxy Nexus and Ice Cream Sandwich in Hong Kong...
Motorola Mobility has revived its RAZR brand for a new super-thin Android smartphone that will launch next month with Verizon Wireless.