The Linux-based operating system Ubuntu is heading to smartphones, adding yet another rival to an already tightly-packed arena.
Evergreen's DN-84303 accessory can fit snugly into any pen, ball pen or pencil, effectively turning any cylindrical object of such size into an instant touch pen that can be used for capacitive screen mobile devices.
Blurry photos may be a thing of the past, thanks to new technology being developed by Toshiba, which can put photos taken on smartphones back in focus.
Samsung has secured the top three slots for Christmas smartphone sales and the top spot for the entire year of 2012 thanks to its popular Galaxy range, beating Apple's once dominating iPhone, according to the latest Mobile Tracker report by uSwitch.
Nokia's mid range Windows Phone 8 offering – is it any good?
In celebration to the 15th anniversary of the globally popular anime/manga series One Piece, NTT Docomo will be releasing the N-02E ONE PIECE smartphone on December 21, 2012. It’s a limited edition Android smartphone that is packed with exclusive One Piece themed apps and other digital treats.
Apple may lose its pinch-to-zoom patent, thanks to a review currently being conducted by the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), which gave a preliminary ruling that the patent should not have been given to the Cupertino, California-based company.
Boost Mobile, a popular subsidiary of Sprint, is going to start throttling user data at 2.5 gigabytes. This decision is made, despite the fact that few people are actually using this kind of data, according to the company itself.
A United States International Trade Commission judge recently exonerated Apple Corporation of any wrongdoing or infringement on a patent owned by Motorola.
A Chinese woman who could not speak fluent English was tasered in an Apple Store in the US after she tried to buy more than the allowed quota of iPhone 5 devices.
The US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency has indicated that it will be testing BlackBerry 10 devices next year, signalling a potential restoration of government confidence in RIM's platform.
Google has restored Google Maps to the iPhone, filling the gap caused by Apple's removal of the app earlier this year.
Google's sound search widget has been released to the Google Play Store letting you do from the home screen of your android device, what you've already been doing through apps.
In a move that is certain to interest the orb bedecked fans of Vivienne Westwood's designs; Sharp is now selling a limited edition version of one of their popular Android smart phones, produced in collaboration with the world renowned British fashion designer.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) recently announced that some smartphone apps have been using Phone Numbers, location coordinates and other data on children without the parent or guardian’s knowledge.
Mobile banking has boomed over the last year, with usage growing by a whopping 50 percent in the US since 2011, according to a report by business consulting firm Bain & Company.
During our short time with the Atom Medfield powered Motorola RAZR i, which surprised us in many areas, we had an epiphany – What if Intel added moar cores and a better GPU engine into their upcoming torpedo (Clovertrail+) aimed at the ARM dominance in smartphones?
Philips has teamed up with StarMaker to launch a wireless karaoke microphone and Bluetooth speaker that will work with the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
AT&T is selling a lot of smartphones, with 6.4 million in this quarter alone and in total, a million more than projected for the year.
Samsung's Galaxy S III smartphone looks set to continue its reign as the most popular mobile phone in the UK, after seven months in the number one slot.