Popular Analysis Articles for 2013
Though some would have you believe that the situation is much bleaker, the fact is that there are plenty of ways to recover your phone if it's lost or stolen.
Smartphone sales outpaced feature phone sales globally for the first time ever in Q1 2013, according to a recent IDC report.
The old fear, that cell phones cause cancer, is busted. The new hotness is that cell phones can detect cancer.
The LG Optimus G and the Samsung Galaxy S III both promise a high-end experience, HD screen, and are available on multiple carriers. But how to they really stack up?
Android will be sharing some of the limelight in Barcelona with a range of mobile device platforms.
With Samsung's new flagship phone, the Galaxy S IV, on the horizon, it's imperative that customers avoid purchasing a Galaxy S III right now.
In this editorial, Brighthand's Site Editor argues that it's critical for Apple to introduce a version of the iPhone with a 5-inch screen.
Despite all the hubbub about what is expected to come out of MWC 2013, there's also quite a bit on the smartphone front that we won't be seeing.
Need a primer on some of the new features or technology that manufacturers are beginning to work into our smartphones? We can help with that.
When all you make are smartphones, you stand or fall on that market. HTC is teetering.
The people have spoken, and a recent survey indicates that consumers prefer larger smartphone displays, explaining why smartphones are only getting bigger.
A recent comScore report has revealed that Apple has the highest share of smartphone subscribers, while Android takes the cake for the most widely adopted OS.
The latest word from Corning, the makers of Gorilla Glass, is that flexible displays are closer to becoming a reality than we think.
New data from analytics company Flurry suggests that holiday smartphone growth may be slowing down a bit.
The first quarter of 2013 saw increased Windows Phone sales year over year, while Android continued its dominance as the iPhone market share slipped a marginal amount.
Not long after news broke that the NSA has been collecting call records from Verizon, the WSJ now reports that data is also being collected from AT&T, Sprint, and other[...]
The latest comScore numbers show that Apple is still smartphone OEM, though its iOS software still trails behind Android.