LG officially announced from New York today that the Optimus G Pro is coming to AT&T on May 10 for $200 with a two-year contract.
An image has surfaced of the rumored HTC M4, and though it's expected to be a mid-range device, its design takes a leaf out of the book of the high-end One.
New reports suggest that Apple may finally offer a larger display on the iPhone 6, and that it may launch in June of next year.
It's no secret that BlackBerry is struggling, but early reports suggest that there may be reason to put a little bit of faith back in the company.
BlackBerry is banking on the QWERTY-equipped Q10 to be a massive success, with the company's CEO stating recently that he expects sales to reach "several tens of millions."
On Tuesday, startup company Leap2 launched a new iOS and Android app aimed at integrating search results with both images and social and local context.
Details have leaked out about two new handsets from Sony, including a 6.44-inch phablet and a 5-inch smartphone, codenamed Togari and Honami.
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.
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Nokia plans to invest in a start-up known as Pelican Imaging, which develops small array imaging cameras that are capable of capturing the same quality photos as full-sized cameras.
Recent findings suggest that Android 5.0/Key Lime Pie may not debut at the Google I/O conference next month, and that Android 4.3 Jelly Bean will get the reveal instead.
Sprint has announced that inventory for the Samsung Galaxy S IV is "now flowing into Sprint sales channels," bringing the device in limited quantities to brick-and-mortar stores.
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