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SmartPhone Articles for October of 2013Below are the 20 SmartPhone articles for October of 2013
The iPhone 5s has a new operating system, new processor, and Touch ID. Does that make it the best smartphone? Read this review to find out.
Samsung has gotten caught artificially manipulating their phones once more.
If you thought Samsung was the only one working on a slick new curved smartphone, think again. LG is a display contender in its own right, and has a few[...]
Although it's been out for the better part of a year, ZTE is finally bringing the Grand S to the United States as an unlocked device. Coming along for the[...]
Love Android, but hate the giant screens required to get a high-end phone? With a 4.3-inch display, the Motorola Droid Mini might be just what you need.
Analysts predict an upsurge, and new apps from PayPal, Subway, Starbucks, and the MCX are giving a boost to in-store payments from smartphones.
After a number of last-minute leaks, Samsung has made the all new Galaxy Round official: an exciting new curved smartphone.
Samsung unveiled an updated version of the classic flip phone just a few months ago. Built with dual displays on the inside and out, Samsung is looking to snag spec[...]
Japan Display may not have been the first to add a fourth subpixel to its LCD screens, but they might be the first to do it right.
HTC officially unveils the new HTC One max, which will feature a 5.9-inch display and run on Android 4.3 with HTC Sense 5.5.
Microsoft announces its third Windows Phone 8 update with larger screen support and a new Driving Mode.
Despite having a number of things going for them, it hasn't been looking too good for BlackBerry in the media. It's clear they're feeling the pressure, as they've resorted to[...]
Microsoft quietly released a remote desktop iOS application today, offering iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch users a new way to connect to their Windows PCs at home or work.
One of the things that has kept Windows Phone out of the hands of spec enthusiasts has been the lack of a flagship device running on the same sorts of[...]
It's official: Nokia has come clean with their newest Windows Phone flagship, the Lumia 1520 - and on paper, it's a winner. Top of the line quad-core CPUs, a 20MP[...]
We knew that Apple's iOS 7 software upgrade was a major feat of software delivery - now, two-thirds of all iOS devices from around are running the new OS.
LG's new G Flex is the first phone to bring the company's curved, plastic OLED technology to market. Is curved phone technology a retro throwback, or the future of smartphones?
Verizon will be exclusively selling the BlackBerry Z30 this holiday season - but not because they signed a special deal.
Sprint began the first major push for its enhanced LTE service - promising superior speed and in-building signal strength, the new phones launch in a couple of weeks.
With little fanfare, Google just revealed what we've all been waiting for: the Nexus 5, with a 1080p display, a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 CPU, and Android 4.4 KitKat.