Earlier today, Apple Inc. announced results for the fiscal third quarter 2012, i.e. second calendar quarter and immediately disappointed the market with a record drop in sales of its popular iPhone smartphone, and a decline in sales of iPods. iPads broke records, while Macs remained stale.
A new survey hints that Apple's newest smartphone may be even more successful than the iPhone 4S, widely regarded as the most successful smartphone launch in history.
Samsung has teamed up with Corning to build a jointly-owned TFT-LCD glass factory in China that will cost $600 million.
Apple is to employ a smaller dock connector in the next version of its popular iPhone, according to sources close to the company.
Finnish mobile firm Nokia has been downgraded by a credit ratings agency as analysts fail to see how its deal with Microsoft for Windows Phone devices is paying off.
Motorola Mobility is to avoid a US ban on the sale of its smartphones by altering them or signing a licensing deal so that they no longer infringe one of Microsoft's patents.
Apple's much-anticipated iPhone 5 will feature a thinner touchscreen, according to sources cited by the Wall Street Journal.
Apple has admitted that it was a mistake to remove its products from the EPEAT green rating system and announced that all eligible Apple products are back on the registry.
The Galaxy S3 has been under heavy scrutiny recently. Some people have claimed that Samsung was deliberately trying to avoid its warranty obligations regarding screen burn-in problems by sneaking in new disclaimers. We bring to you some other common scenarios where Samsung doesn't want you to use their phones.
Puremate, a protective case maker based in South Korea has released a 3D fit screen protective film for Galaxy S3 recently. The unique feature of the new Puremate screen protector is that it fits the curvature of the screen perfectly, covering the entire screen. It provides the screen complete protection from any damage.
Researchers have created a t-shirt that can store electricity and be used to charge mobile phones and other portable devices.
Disputes are arising over the recent discovery that Samsung is unwilling to take responsibility for warranty replacements for Galaxy S3 smart phones because of premature screen burn-in.
Research In Motion (RIM) is to sell one of its corporate jets in order to raise much-needed funds, while the company has also suggested that the delay of BlackBerry 10 might not be such a bad thing after all.
The first malware on Apple's iOS App Store has been detected, marking the latest in a series of security problems for the Cupertino, California-based company.
This fall, Samsung plans to follow up its wildly successful Galaxy Note and hopefully repeat the performance with its latest offering, the Galaxy Note 2. While most sources have pegged the release date as sometime in October, other sources have reported that Samsung will release the new model in September in an effort to beat
Google has denied claims by Microsoft about the existence of an Android spam botnet, but security firms are not so sure.
China Mobile has announced, among plans for the expansion of their 4G network, that Apple will be releasing an iPhone compatible with the new network by 2014.
Reports have surfaced of Amazon's ambitious plans to incorporate a smartphone into their line-up of inexpensive hardware tied into their digital marketplace.
The latest move by LG ELectronics' in the smartphone market is now an Apple-like battery. Starting this fall, LG has decided to follow Apple's lead and integrate batteries into the design of its major smartphones. This battery integration with smartphone design results is a much sleeker phone, but the user can no longer replace the battery
Thorsten Heins, President and CEO of Research In Motion (RIM), has denied that the BlackBerry is facing the strong likelihood of failure, as many analysts predict.