LG Electronics (LG) started the year off strong as it announced first quarter smartphone sales of 10.3 million units.
Apple will release the iPhone 5S and a new, low-cost iPhone in early September, according to analysts at Citigroup.
HTC is offering its flagship smartphone the HTC One in China with a microSD card slot, according to its own advertising, contradicting earlier claims by the company that it was unable to include one, leaving many around the world without the feature.
The new keyboard layout allows users to type faster, without straining their thumbs, and is ideal for touchscreen typing. The old QWERTY is possible to give its place to KALQ, at least where smartphones and tablets are concerned.
Joyride is a new app that integrates many different forms of entertainment to provide you with fun and games for long car rides.
Verizon Wireless is currently co-owned by the Verizon Communications and the Vodafone Group. Now, Verizon wants to make a bid for full control.
A week after striking a similar deal with Foxconn, Microsoft has entered into a patent agreement with ZTE covering all Android and Chrome devices manufactured by the Chinese firm.
Nokia has won a court injunction against HTC over the use of a microphone component in its HTC One flagship smartphone that the Finnish mobile giant claims infringes its patented technology.
A new bit of Android malware has been discovered, and the apps it affected were downloaded millions of times.
Nokia is planning to unveil its newest smartphone this Wednesday, and it should come with a QWERTY keyboard, ideal for text and email addicts who prefer a more tactile typing experience.
Samsung's next flagship “phablet” model, the Galaxy Note III, is expected to feature the first unbreakable plastic OLED display.
Siri, Apple's voice controlled assistant, remembers what you tell her. Apple won't say how long she remembers however, and the American Civil Liberties Union is concerned.
Samsung is projected to have raked in a whopping 8.98 billion dollars (U.S.) in operating profits for the second quarter. Samsung attributes the numbers to strong demand for their Galaxy line of smartphones.
Iceland has a fairly small population, meaning there's a somewhat real risk of accidentally sleeping with someone you're related to. A new app hopes to prevent this.
An analyst at Jefferies has revealed that there are no abnormally high return rates for the BlackBerry Z10, contradicting a report by Detwiler Fenton.
Samsung has just introduced a gargantuan smartphone being called the Galaxy Mega. This model comes in a 5.8 or 6.3” display and is a direct response to consumers demanding larger and sharper looking displays, but is this just a passing fad?
One of Apple's two Japenese display providers, Japan Display, has announced that it will be looking to smaller clients to make up for falling demand for the iPhone.
A German pilot and Internet consultant claims to have the ability to ‘hijack’ a commercial plane with a smartphone application that he designed.
The newly released BlackBerry Z10 is reportedly seeing higher returns than sales in the US, something which BlackBerry denies as "absolutely false".
For those who aren't too fond of smartphones, Verizon has introduced a new basic pre-paid plan which gives you a pretty decent deal for $35