Samsung went to Radio Music Hall tonight to take the wraps off its new signature smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S IV.
Samsung will officially announce its next flagship handset, the Galaxy S IV, tomorrow at an event in NYC. We take one last look at what to expect from the next-gen smartphone.
Good news HTC fans on Verizon: you're reportedly going to be getting this phone maker's flagship smartphone after all.
Google has just announced that Andy Rubin is no longer the head of Android development. TechnologyGuide has more details.
The release of the HTC One in the UK has been pushed back from March 15 to the end of the month, with still no specific news about when it will begin rolling out stateside.
Breathometer is going to be the first smartphone breathalyzer. The accessory will quickly and easily measure blood alcohol level with the help of a corresponding application, and easily attach via the handset audio jack.
A rash of hardware failures among two major Windows Phone 8 devices, the HTC 8X and the Nokia Lumia 920, has users wondering what's happening and what's being done to fix it.
For users of Sony's Xperia TL smartphone, AT&T has issued an update which combines Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) with DriveMode, an app that curbs driving while texting.
A Google executive recently made it clear that its Motorola subsidiary is going to step up its game. He could have been referring to the NXT, a device that will reportedly have some cutting-edge features.
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.
The official announcement of the Galaxy S4 is in just three days, and Samsung is working to build the hype. It has released the second in a series of videos that have some fun with the anticipation many fans are feeling.
Some pictures coming out of China might -- or might not -- have given the world an early look at the Samsung Galaxy S IV. UPDATED: A video of the device is now avaialble.
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