A new rumor says that Samsung might skip updating their 2012 flagship Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Note II to the latest Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean in favor of the already leaked Android 4.3 Jelly Bean build.
Windows RT may go down the webOS path. Oops…
Nokia, the once formidable, seemingly unbeatable phone maker has entangled itself up with Microsoft’s Windows Phone platform full-time now. Even then, the Finnish company says last goodbyes to its last shipment of Symbian powered phones, the same OS that brought them greatness and then ultimately lead to the company’s downfall.
As Apple announced their refreshing new iOS 7 operating system, the company also announced the immediate availability of iOS 7 Beta for iPhone 4 (and higher). Here are the first impressions.
Apple is planning to revamp its popular mobile operating system with a more streamlined “black, white, and flat all over” look, according to sources familiar with the plans.
The latest update of the Blackberry OS, version 10.1, is now rolling out. It includes a variety of large updates including HDR stills, improved text selection, improved Blackberry World Store, and more. If you own a BB10 device, expect to receive it soon.
The Google Play store's stats show that the new Home from Facebook has recently passed up one-half million downloads. While this might seem like a lot of downloads, it is only a drop in the bucket compared to the 1 billion users on Facebook, and many of those users are giving Home a single star
Spanish phone retailer Geeksphone has already run out of the two Firefox OS developer phones which started selling today.
A German pilot and Internet consultant claims to have the ability to ‘hijack’ a commercial plane with a smartphone application that he designed.
Whether or not the Microsoft Surface will be a success is still open to debate, but there is a growing feeling that the Redmond company is going to bring a smaller version of the Surface to market at some point this year.
Microsoft knows that in order to stay competitive they will need to focus their shift away from the desktop PC. As part of that plan, the software giant plans on developing a new line of 7-inch Surface tablets.
By 2017 it's predicted that Microsoft will compete with iOS for the second most popular operating system. As Android grows at an explosive pace, will Microsoft become obsolete?
Microsoft has announced that it will be ending support for Windows XP and Office 2003 in one year's time, bringing to a close two of the most popular products the company ever created.
Windows is getting a new build nicknamed "Blue". It adds a lot of functionality to the ModernUI, making the touch-based interface easier to use for more purposes… but does it mean the beginning of the end for desktop mode?
Andy Rubin, the guy behind Google's wildly successful mobile operating system Android, is stepping down from his post, handing the important role to another.
LG just recently acquired Hewlett Packard’s WebOS and says they will be using it in their new line of smart TVs. LG will be the second such company to try and make something consumers will like with the operating system.
Mozilla will be introducing their operating system for smart phones this July. Firefox OS equipped smartphones will be the first built entirely to open Web standards, allowing for HTML5 application development.
If you are planning to purchase a perpetual license for Microsoft Office 2013, take note that it will be one copy per PC with no transfer available for any reason. Even wiping the hard drive from your old PC does not give you the ability to transfer it.
This week alone, approximately 7 million iPhones and iPad users have used a new hacking app called ‘evasi0n’. Evasi0n allows one to jailbreak an iPhone or iPad quite easily and in just a few minutes time.
Canadian smartphone firm Research In Motion (RIM) has ditched its ambiguous title for the more well-known moniker of its mobile operating system, BlackBerry.