The Fair Labor Association (FLA) has revealed that working conditions at factories of Apple supplier Foxconn in China are “above average” and better than those at garment factories.
Motorola Mobility has outlined extensive plans for upgrading its smartphones to Android 4.0, otherwise known as Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS).
Google has cleared two major hurdles in its bid to acquire Motorola Mobility as both European and US regulators approved the deal within hours of each other.
Apple has revealed that an independent non-profit labour group has launched a major investigation into the working conditions at a number of its suppliers, including the controversial Chinese firm Foxconn.
Online sources suggest that Korean maker LG would be showcasing their second 3D-capable smartphone at this year's Mobile World Congress, and it could be called Optimus 3D 2 or Optimus 3D Max.
Come the second half of this year, we can expect smartphones and tablets with improved wireless connectivity, at least if Texas Instruments has anything to do with it. Its new WiLink 8.0 series of wireless connectivity solutions will bring a range of new features to smartphones, some more useful than others.
Looks like pictures of the HTC Sense 4.0 UI has been leaked, and apparently from the company's upcoming Endeavor ROM.
Images have appeared online of an unnamed smartphone from HTC running Android Ice Cream Sandwich which looks be 100% Verizon-bound according to its Service Information screen.
Not everyone can afford – or want for that matter – a high-end smartphone and it looks like Samsung is getting ready to unveil a new affordable model which is expected to be announced around the Mobile World Congress at the end of this month. The new model is the Galaxy mini 2, or S6500.
Ahead of the Mobile World Congress which kicks off later this month, Acer has decided to give the world a sneak peek at its upcoming CloudMobile which just garnered an iF product design award. It's easy to forget that Acer makes a range of smartphones, although the company has managed to come up with some
If you like the BlackBerry Curve smartphones, well, Research in Motion has announced the latest Curve 9380 which is going to be retailing in Singapore from tomorrow. The BlackBerry Curve 9380 claims to be the first ever Curve device to come equipped with a touch display.
Plantronics has introduced the Backbeat 216 and 116 headphones with microphones which are compatible with iPhone and Android devices, and boast high-quality audio performance be it listening to your favorite music, or answering calls.
Thanks to another update on HTC's Facebook page we can get a clearer picture of what's happening on the Ice Cream Sandwich front with regards to which models will get the update and (a very rough estimate of) when.
Along with the now more than likely announcement of Apple's iPad 3 within the first week of March, it looks like we could be seeing iOS 5.1 released around the same time – at least that's what a fresh discovery over at YourDailyMac is indicating.
Apple is seeking changes to rules regarding how patents relating to crucial technology are dealt with as the company suffers from several patent disputes backfiring.
Samsung UK has launched the Samsung Hub app recommendation tool in August last year. But the user feedbacks have been far from positive by the looks of it.
Samsung Asia has finally unveiled the availability of their highly anticipated GALAXY Nexus, which claims to be the world's first smartphone to run Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, and the GALAXY Tab 7.7. Both products will be available this weekend.
It's tough differentiating yourself as a mobile phone manufacturer these days, but LG's upcoming Optimus Vu seems to be a pretty good attempt at creating something slightly difference in the hybrid smartphone/tablet space. The Optimus Vu is a rather large 5-inch black slab of a touch screen smartphone with the main differentiator being its 4:3
Nokia is to axe an additional 4,000 jobs and move its assembly work to Asia in a bid to cut costs and return to its previous dominance in the mobile arena.
The CEO of Nokia, former Microsoft executive Stephen Elop is continuing with his grand restructuring plan, bringing the next wave of cuts to the manufacturing division in Finland, Hungary and Romania.