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SmartPhone Articles for January of 2014Below are the 46 SmartPhone articles for January of 2014
Just after we reported on the Moto G dropping down to just $99 off-contract, Motorola has decided to bring the Moto X down to $399 - not shabby for a[...]
Despite having some knockout successes recently (such as the incredible HTC One Max), the smartphone manufacturer just can't seem to catch a break.
Samsung has announced Smart Home, which will let consumers use one platform to unite Smart TVs, home appliances, and mobile devices.
In breaking news, T-Mobile has agreed to purchase more than $3 billion (USD) worth of spectrum from wireless rival Verizon in a bid to strengthen its nascent LTE network.
Cincinnati-based TREWGrip showed off a new kind of mobile keyboard at CES this year, promising full-sized keyboard speed without ever needing to sit down.
Despite the fact that Apple announced new APIs for game controllers with the launch of iOS 7, the efforts to date have been rather mediocre. The new Stratus controller from[...]
LaCie has announced Fuel, an AirPlay-compatible device for Apple users complete with 1TB of wireless storage and a USB 3.0 port for fast file transfers.
Huawei's new large-screen Ascend Mate 2 Phablet features an innovate new design that lets you use its battery to power other devices in an emergency.
Sony's new Xperia Z1 Compact gives you all the best hardware running on Android, without forcing you to buy cargo shorts just to carry it around.
As part of the announcements at CES, Sony announced a new version of the Z1: the Z1S, replete with the waterproofing found on some of its other Xperia smartphones; it's[...]
The new Grand S II from ZTE is a flagship phablet device with extensive voice controls, quad-core CPU, and 1080p display.
ASUS new PadFone Mini continues their convergence of the smartphone and tablet by letting users slot an Intel-powered 4-inch smartphone into a 7-inch tablet shell.
ASUS has declared war on expensive smartphones by offering three new ZenFone models, all of which run Android, starting at just $100.
HTC must have given ASUS a little inspiration - the new ASUS PadFone X, coming exclusively to AT&T later this year - will feature dual front-facing speakers, as well as[...]
At last year's CES, Intel announced a new Internet TV service that ultimately went nowhere. At this year's CES, Sony is announcing the same. Can they succeed where Intel has[...]
Sony's acquisition of Gaikai is finally bearing fruit as the new PlayStation Now service will enter a closed beta later this month, with full rollout targeted for later this summer.
Jelly, a new social networking service, combines a search engine with a user's social network.
Razer enters the emerging wearable market with its Nabu smartband.
Intel announced at CES 2014 in Las Vegas that it has developed a computer the size of an SD card, dubbed the Edison development board.
HoyosID will combine three types of biometrics, along with other security measures, for Web site access. Apps for iOS and Android are due by March.
The strange journey of webOS from smartphone to smart TV is nearing its end. LG took some time to showcase the new smart TV platform at CES this week, and[...]
Android is projected to surpass 1 billion devices shipped as mobile computing vastly expands in 2014.
Sony's Xperia Z1s makes some common-sense spec upgrades alongside creative camera changes. We go hands-on with the T-Mobile exclusive.
Pebble announced the Pebble Steel this week at CES, an attempt to take its smartwatch to another level.
Samsung's looking to incorporate a distinctive new design in its next-generation flagship handset, along with a sleeker, more powerful Gear successor.
Nokia's Android phone looks like Windows Phone and Asha had a baby - too bad it'll probably never see the light of day.
T-Mobile has announced that it will start paying early termination fees for customers if they switch over from A&T, Sprint, or Verizon.
At CES 2014, there seemed to be a new "connected" iPhone or Android phone app for getting you through just about every aspect of your day, including driving to work[...]
With lots of smartphone users wanting to keep their locations and other personal data private, CES saw the launches of Marco Polo for iOS and SnoopWall for Android.
Is the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 an impressive phablet? Check out our video review to find out.
At CES 2014, Brighthand was able to take a look at the LG G Flex Smartphone.
Bluetooth speakers that sync up with Android phones are a dime a dozen, but Vizio's new Portable Smart Audio boxes mash the whole operation together. We go hands-on.
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission, or FTC, has forced Apple to pay more than $32 million to reimburse customers - mostly parents - who were charged with in-app purchases in[...]
In temporary log files, the Starbucks iPhone app has been storing user names, email addresses, location history, all unencrypted - information that shouldn't be there.
Motorola has brought the price of a customized Moto X down by another $75; making your smartphone classy has never been cheaper.
While many reported last year that iPhone sales perhaps weren't up to snuff, it looks like the public was just waiting for the new iPhone to arrive.
Internet video darling VLC has gotten a substantial overhaul for Apple's latest-generation operating system, with a new look, new abilities, and improved cloud storage integration.
T-Mobile's latest move to pull subscribers away from the other U.S. carriers is to become...a bank?
Qualcomm went on a patent spree recently as it snapped up the intellectual property of HP - remnants of the trendsetting Palm and iPAQ eras.
Is Samsung going to introduce a Galaxy-branded competitor to Google Glass at IFA in Berlin?
Beats Music may be late to the music streaming game, but it's got more personality than its competitors from day one. Does Dr. Dre have another winner on his hands?[...]
BlackBerry updated its latest OS with a number of small improvements, including a new swipe-to-answer phone interface as well as enabling FM radio tuners found in the Z30, Q10, and[...]
Could popular apps such as Angry Birds or Facebook tell the NSA your age, friends, and whether you're straight or gay?
In a stunning move, Lenovo is acquiring the Motorola smartphone division from Google in a deal reportedly worth between $2 and $3 billion.
Facebook has just unveiled Paper, a beautiful new iPhone app that makes using the social network, well, a joy.
US Cellular has introduced the No Contract Unlimited Data Talk & Text plan featuring unlimited data for just $50 a month.