What was expected to be known as the Wildfire C appears to have been given a last minute name change and should instead appear as the Desire C when it launches, potentially later this month. Pictures of the handset first appeared last week, but now more detailed information has appeared courtesy of Vodafone Portugal. Updated: Now
It has been rumoured that LG is now building a production line for flexible OLED screens which is setting them back around US $176 million. Supposedly their first wave of flexible (unbreakable?) OLED displays will be 730 x 460mm, but it is yet to be established when LG plans to have its preparations finalized and
Yet another Xperia phone seems to have found its way into the rumor mill in picture form. Its model number is S39h and obviously comes in a white color. Unfortunately, its origins are unknown, but if you're a fan of Sony phones, there's nothing wrong with more.
If you're on the hunt for an affordable, large screen Windows Phone 7 handset, then maybe Samsung's new Omnia M is what you've been waiting for. Admittedly no pricing was announced, but judging by the features, the Omnia M should be a mid-range model with a price to match.
The European Parliament has passed new regulations that significantly reduce the price of mobile phone calls and data usage when travelling in the European Union.
Apple and Foxconn are to share the cost of improving working conditions at factories in China, Foxconn's CEO, Terry Gou, has revealed.
Parting with Ericsson seems to have been a good move by Sony, as so far this year we've seen a big increase in new devices from Sony Mobile and the company has announced its first two LTE equipped handsets, although for the time being they remain exclusive to the Japanese market. The Xperia GX and
Kyocera is soon to hit up the U.S. market with a couple new Android phones dubbed the Hydro and Rise, both of which run almost identical specs across the board with the only discerning difference being in their form factors.
Although Samsung's new Galaxy S III has received mixed reports in terms of features and design compared to the expectations of Samsung's new flagship handset, one area where it doesn't disappoint is in terms of performance. Early benchmarks are out and the Galaxy S III is pretty much the fastest handset you will be able
It's not easy being top dog in the smartphone market these days, as shortly after Samsung announced the Galaxy S III, its Korean counterpart LG revealed its Optimus LTE2 handset. The company held back on some key specs, but the Optimus LTE2 looks set to be another interesting device that will go head to head
Messaging boards and a test by CNNMoney show that lately, Verizon has been directing customers to 4G Android phones over the Apple iPhone 4S.
Today, RIM confirmed that current BlackBerry owners will not receive the much anticipated Blackberry OS 10 update. The only way to get it will be to purchase a new Blackberry handset.
A technology has been developed by ROHM, an electronics supplier in Japan, allowing handset users to listen by touching the phone's corner to their ears.
A veteran wireless industry strategist has predicated that Apple will launch a direct wireless service for the iPad and iPhone, while Google will follow suit.
In following suit with competitors all around and what is a definitive path, LG is also raising some of its services up onto the Cloud with the Beta of its LG Cloud online storage service having been given the green light.
It's been indicated that Nokia's flagship Windows Phone based handset, the Lumia 900 is due to appear on shelves across the UK in a couple weeks with a pre-order listing on Amazon UK showing availability as being from May 14th.
Samsung has become the global leader in the mobile phone market, knocking Nokia out of its prior first place position, which it held for the last 14 years.
One thing that is as yet not confirmed is if the Samsung GT-i9300 is the Galaxy S III or not, but regardless of this details from the service manual of the upcoming GT-i9300 has surfaced and it looks like it'll be a top of the range device from Samsung. One thing in the GT-i9300's favour
Verizon Wireless' smartphone roadmap has been revealed, with the Samsung Galaxy Nexus and Galaxy S III being two of its flagship models.
Some interesting details about Nvidia's upcoming Tegra 3 products turned up in our inbox the other day and it looks like the company is planning on giving Tegra 3 yet another speed boost before its upcoming Wayne SoCs arrive. Speaking of which, the first handset implementation of Wayne should be known as AP40, but it