By Michael Wall | Wednesday, September 04, 2013
Samsung returns to the Note line with a 1080p SuperAMOLED display and added S Pen functionality.
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. carriers has restored some normalcy to the issue.
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.
The wraps are coming off the iPhone 5C tomorrow for real, but we know some of you just can't wait. So here's Apple's next colorful smartphone in all its glory... if only for 15 seconds.
Motorola's flagship handset is now available for purchase on Verizon's website for $200 with a two-year contract.
Google is dropping the price of the Nexus 4 by $100, offering the 8GB model for $200 and the 16GB variant for $250.
BlackBerry's hold on the enterprise market is starting to slip, but the company is adamant that it can still hold on.
The BlackBerry Q5 is meant to serve as a more affordable sibling to the Q10, but after some hands-on time at BlackBerry Live, the Q5 proved to be impressive in its own right.
Despite their need to convey the notion that they're alive and kicking, BlackBerry had some big news to share at its BlackBerry Live keynote.
At an event in London, Nokia has just taken the wraps off the Lumia 925, a new version of the Lumia 920. This upcoming Windows Phone will be the first in this series with a metal frame, and it will include other new features as well.
When T-Mobile introduced its version of the iPhone 5 last month it was asking $100 plus $20 a month for two years. The telecom has now bumped this up to a $150 down payment.
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Very large smartphones are all the rage the days, and Nokia is supposedly getting on the bandwagon. AN unconfirmed report ays the company is working on its first phablet.
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