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SmartPhone Articles for December of 2013Below are the 28 SmartPhone articles for December of 2013
Wondering whether you should brave the crowds to shop at your favorite stores? Some enterprising companies have parking apps to help you keep your sanity.
Market research firm Kantar has released its latest smartphone OS sales share figures, and the news is good for both iOS and Android.
iSmartAlarm takes advantage of your pre-existing network and smartphone equipment to let you keep an eye on your valuables without an expensive monthly contract.
Taiwanese manufacturer BenQ has jumped back into the smartphone industry with two new Android handsets: the F3 and the A3.
New figures from Business Insider contend that iOS still trumps Android when it comes to bringing more revenue to app developers.
Apple's iPhone just isn't secure enough to be used among the U.S. Government's highest echelons.
Always wanted to use an iPhone, but preferred the tactile nature of a physical keyboard? Ryan Seacrest's new Typo Keyboards might have what you need.
Americans like to relax on Thanksgiving - but new data shows us just how important smartphones and tablets are to that end.
Worried about people spying on your messages? CyanogenMod's newest update implements a system to encrypt all your texts by default.
The recognizable bits of Nokia might now be part of Microsoft, but they're still churning out fun new hardware, like this tiny square of a Bluetooth headset.
People might have mocked Samsung when they first came out with the Galaxy Note lineup, but they're the ones laughing - all the way to the bank.
Ever been in the middle of a game and needed to call someone without taking a break? Thanks to Razer's new unified Comms solution, you can text, chat, and talk,[...]
Instagram's new Instagram Direct is a direct (ho ho ho) competitor to the popular Snapchat private photo messaging app - and thanks to some notable differences, it might be better.
Despite the Librarian of Congress's unexpected - and, many say, foolhardy - move this year that effectively made unlocking cell phones illegal, a new deal between the FCC and U.S.[...]
New eco-friendly specifications attempt to corral the wild world of notebook chargers - similar to how most modern smartphones have centralized around Micro-USB.
Sprint's finally hitting its LTE rollout with full force, and it shows. The most recent updates have brought the third-place carrier's next-generation network to some 300 U.S. cities.
Thanks to a new deadline imposed by Apple, you're going to see even more apps with iOS 7 compatibility in a couple of months.
According to app analytics company Distimo, 2013 may be viewed as the year when Google Play revenue started to catch up to Apple's App Store. Unsurprisingly, it all comes down[...]
Despite generally excellent picture quality, two of the bigger issues with Sony's QX100 and QX10 'Lens Cameras' was their lack of 1080p video and the mediocre smartphone app. Sony hopes[...]
China Mobile is the world's largest phone network, and now it has two of the top-selling phones: the Apple iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c.
Google and Audi are set to announce a new Android-based, in-car infotainment platform at CES next week, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Fan favorite operating system webOS will finally see new life as a smart TV platform for LG.
Best Buy and Verizon are shaking up smartphone pricing as we head into 2014 by offering Motorola's mid-range Moto G for a stunningly low price.
LG's rumored to show off a new activity monitor at CES known as the LG Lifeband Touch. Can an electronics giant take wearables further than Fitbit or Nike?
Samsung's latest DRAM chip development means we'll soon be seeing 4GB of RAM as standard on flagship smartphones and tablets (and even more RAM in notebooks).
Nokia is going after HTC harder than ever; a German court recently rewarded their efforts with an injunction against most of HTC's portfolio.
Look out Lumia - there's another design-savvy smartphone brand looking to dip its toes into the Windows Phone market.
New data from analytics company Flurry suggests that holiday smartphone growth may be slowing down a bit.