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.
Dell finally made its entrance into the smartphone market official, naming China Mobile and Claro in Brazil as the first two mobile operators to sell the Dell Mini 3 smartphone.
Mobile television provider FLO TV's first independent device hit store shelves today.
The Nook, Barnes & Noble's first eReader, is seeing heavy demand before the holidays.
Handsets with touch screens, Wi-Fi and app stores are not only prolific, they're primary traffic drivers, according to AdMob's September Mobile Metrics Report.
In the past decade, the United States has enjoyed what are arguably the two most revolutionary devices to hit any market, namely Apple's iPhone and Motorola's RAZR. But the U.S. market doesn't have a feature phone that matches the INQ Mini, which is available in Europe.
To date, HTC holds the top two spots on the list of recent Android releases in the form of Sprint's HTC Hero and the T-Mobile USA-branded myTouch 3G.
CNN took the wraps off its first application for the iPhone and iPod touch. The big question on many minds might be: What took so long?
The summer of handsets is quickly merging into the autumn of handsets.
Sprint yesterday announced availability of the HTC Touch Pro2 on Sept. 8.
Sony this morning unveiled its new Reader Daily Edition, which it says will feature 3G wireless connectivity from AT&T.
Doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals should be pleased with a new tool at their disposal – the new Gobi-enabled Panasonic Toughbook H1 certified to work on Verizon Wireless’ network.
User interface (UI) is a fancy name for how a human being interacts with and controls a piece of technology. On a mobile device, the UI is affected by limitless factors, including keyboard, touchscreen (if it has one), software and operating system, the speed of the network, the devices’ processor and on and on.
The touchscreen is the current darling of the handset community.
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