Motorola has begun offering upgrades to Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) for the Motorola Droid RAZR and Droid RAZR MAXX, which in the U.S. is offered exclusively by Verizon.
While the BlackBerry Z10 and its BlackBerry 10 operating system have been available in Canada and parts of Europe for months, the business-minded handset has yet to ship in the U.S. That will start to change this Monday, however. Get more from TechnologyGuide.
Rumors have been swirling that HTC, Facebook, and AT&T have joined together again to offer a social networking-focused Facebook smartphone. TechnologyGuide has additional details.
BlackBerry won't be selling cheap versions of its BlackBerry 10 devices, the company's CEO said. TechnologyGuide has the full story.
With the expected upcoming reveal of the Samsung Galaxy S IV next week, retailers and Amazon and Wirefly are offering major deals on the Samsung Galaxy S III.
The Google Maps app for iPhones and iPads added new features this week, aimed at making it easier to find nearby places and contact your friends.
Sprint will be the only major US wireless carrier to not offer the upcoming BlackBerry Z10, instead opting to wait for the release of the keyboard-based Q10 later this year.
Google has updated its Chrome browsers for Android and iOS, during the same week that its competitor Opera released the beta of a new WebKit-based Android rival. TabletPCReview has more.
For the first time in the Apple App Store, Angry Birds is available for free, but with no word on whether it is for a limited time only.
Twitter today introduced new versions of its app for the iPhone, iPad, and Android devices. Among the changes is one that will make it easier to find relevant past Tweets when searching.
There is a flaw in the Samsung Galaxy S III that allows the security of the lockscreen to be quickly bypassed.
Samsung announced that it is set to reveal a new 5.9-inch handset in the second half of 2013. The new handset is widely expected to be the Samsung Galaxy Note III.
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