U.S. Cellular said yesterday it would come out with two tablets and eight smartphones before the end of the year...
HP today announced that the Wi-Fi version of its HP TouchPad tablet will be available in the United States on July 1...
A new tablet computer that takes aim at one of the deficiencies of the iPad: that it's difficult to write on it with a stylus or pen.
A year ago at CTIA Wireless, Samsung unveiled Galaxy S, which hit the market in June 2010. Over the next seven months, the company worldwide managed to sell some 10 million of the Androidpowered Galaxy S smartphones.
Today, the converged device has become more ambiguous, with executives throwing it around as fill-in for just about any device that combines multiple technologies, not just voice and data. For instance, a smartphone that can double as (or at least control) a set-top box, or a tablet that can perform many of the functions of a laptop or PC...
Best Buy will offer the BlackBerry Torch for free as part of the retailer's Free Smart Phone Sales Event.
Sprint Nextel today launched the long-awaited ZTE Peel, a case that offers the iPod touch 3G service over Sprint's CDMA network.
PayPal has launched a new mobile payments service that allows users to buy goods through a two-click checkout.
Samsung Mobile Display, a joint venture between Samsung Electronics and Samsung SDI, says shortages of its popular AMOLED screens will decrease dramatically when it opens a new plant next July...
Sony has restyled its three eReader devices with the addition of touchscreens, a slimmed-down design, better e-ink displays and more competitive prices.
Best Buy Mobile today launched a presale of the Samsung Fascinate, Verizon Wireless' upcoming version of the Samsung Galaxy S line.
Lately I've been feeling very self-conscious when talking on the phone in public, and it's not because I'm worried about strangers listening in on my private conversations.
Cricket Communications, provider of prepaid wireless services, today launched its first Android device, the Sanyo Zio by Kyocera.
Nokia has combined a touchscreen and a traditional 12-button keypad on its revamped X3 device...
Thanks to the iPad, the tablet form factor is getting a second chance.
HTC and T-Mobile at a press event last night in New York City finally nailed down a release date for the HTC HD2.
Put all the rumors of shortages and massive production delays to rest, the iPad will indeed cometh, if a few days later than originally announced.
The device manufacturers aren't wasting any time showing off their new gadgets at this year's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
Next week at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Pelikon will show off its MorphPad and MorphTouch technologies...
Appcelerator, a company that provides a platform for developers to build native mobile and desktop applications, says the tablet revolution will be big, and it will begin with Apple.
Verizon Wireless has discretely cut ten handsets from its list of devices subject to a $350 Early Termination Fee (ETF).
Lenovo is showing off its first crack at an Android smartphone over the company's official Flickr account.
After a few days of playing around with the Vizit digital picture frame from Isabella Products, I'm admittedly impressed.
Comparisons between Motorola's Droid and the iPhone 3GS were inevitable. In fact, comparisons between every high-profile smartphone that has been released in the past six months and the iPhone have pretty much come to pass.