Microsoft unveiled some stunning ideas and blockbuster titles at their E3 keynote speech.
A judge has refused Apple's request to prevent quotations from its co-founder and former CEO, the late Steve Jobs, to be used in the trial against Motorola Mobility.
PowerA will unveil an Android-powered hand-held gaming system at E3 next week, marking the latest move into the growing field of mobile gaming.
A new report on heavy data users shows that iPhone owners account for a vast majority of the heaviest data users, but the data is unclear as to why that is.
Microsoft is planning to expand its Xbox service and brand beyond the console market, making it a universal tool for the entire spectrum of visual, auditory and interactive entertainment.
Japanese mobile phone operator Softbank has revealed a plan to sell smartphones with built-in radiation detectors, following concerns about continuing radioactive fallout from the Fukushima nuclear disaster early last year.
There were some doubt from some of our readers with regards to an earlier article where we mentioned 1080p displays coming this year for smartphones, but lo and behold, LG has announced just that. The new display is rather large though at 5-inches and would be more for a "phablet" than a typical smartphone.
Want a Samsung Galaxy Note knock-off that looks just like the real McCoy, actually has pretty decent specs, and is way cheaper (19,800 yen or US$248.52)? Then head on over to aPad specialist store in Akihabara, where Akiba PC Watch stumbled upon an Ice Cream Sandwich smartphone with a design flourish so similar to the Note's
Dual SIM smartphones have had something of a slow start and we have yet to see a decent high-end model for the business traveller that doesn't want to spend a fortune on roaming fees. Samsung's new Galaxy Ace DUOS in unlikely to attract many business users, but the new Android 2.3 handset does at least
NEC Casio Mobile Communications announced today plans to begin selling the Medias 101T Android smartphone in Mexico from June, exclusively through Telcel, the country's biggest mobile service provider.
Eight out of 10 smartphones shipped in the first quarter of this year were powered by Google's Android or Apple's iOS platforms, highlighting the continued dominance of the two companies in the mobile industry.
Security firm McAfee has warned of a significant increase in malware across all platforms in the first quarter of this year, with mobile devices and Macs being increasingly targeted.
After meeting approval by regulators throughout the world, Google has announced that it has closed its deal to acquire Motorola Mobility, giving it access to a huge portfolio of important mobile phone patents.
ZTE has admitted that its Score smartphone has a security vulnerability that could allow hackers to hijack the device.
Apple is in talks with China Mobile, the world's largest mobile phone network, to offer the iPhone to millions of Chinese consumers.
LG's first quad-core powered smartphone, the Optimus 4X HD is almost upon us with its arrival set for sometime next month into several European countries including the UK, Germany, Sweden, Italy and Poland. Pricing, global availability and exact launch dates between countries is yet to be made clear however.
LG has just finished polishing off an update for the user interface on its Android 4.0-running smartphones which while not bringing anything all that remarkable to the table, does carry with it a number of convenient additions which LG says will help make users' lives easier in getting tasks done with a faster and simpler
Social gaming firm Zynga has bought mobile games company Wild Needle in efforts to boost its game development talent.
Google's mobile operating system Android is continuing to dominate the market with significant growth in market share in a number of the world's major markets.
Global website traffic on tablet computers has grown ten times faster than that of smartphones, according to a report by Adobe, which reveals the continuing strength of both mobile device markets.