Today, T-Mobile announced the upcoming availability of the budget-friendly smartphone geared for a weekend release, the T-Mobile Prism.
Ahough BlackBerry 10 is the clear focus at RIM's developer's conference this week, additional details concerning the future of this company were also revealed: good and bad news for long-time fans, especially if they own a device released in the past year.
New RIM CEO Thorsten Heins took the stage today at BlackBerry World to officially unveil BlackBerry 10, what could be RIM's last great hope for mobile relevance. Find out about it and the dev unit RIM is passing out in this dispatch from BlackBerry World.
The Apple iPhone 4S and Samsung Galaxy S II are the most popular smartphones available. These and their other mobile devices have made these two companies not just the two most profitable in the business, but the only ones that are.
A recent review of published research by a British group found that there is no clear evidence that cell phone causes cancer. This agrees with findings of a study done by the FDA two years ago.
Reports are coming in that say that Research in Motion is preparing the release of its first BlackBerry 10 smartphone for an October release. This will be followed by a second device a few months later.
Each month, Brighthand publishes a list of the smartphones that readers have shown the most interest in during the preceding four weeks. The new models that debuted in the winter make up a majority of March's list.
Research in Motion has been hit with yet more setbacks and its fifth poor quarterly showing, resulting in layoffs at the upper levels of the company and conflicting reports of whether or not it will stick with the consumer market.
The latest report from Nielsen Mobile Insights has revealed that smartphone adoption is still steadily on the rise; for the month of February, smartphones accounted for almost 50% of all US mobile phones.
In the current battle of nano-SIM card designs, Apple is making a drastic move to give it the edge over its competition: it's offering up its design to device makers and OEMs royalty-free.
A survey performed by MocoSpace of over 15,000 gamers resulted in some interesting figures concerning the world of mobile gaming. A majority of respondents are using their smartphones and tablets to play games for at least an hour a day, at home and when on the go.
A screenshot that leaked out of Verizon has hit the internet today, hinting that the company will start offering a shared data plan in the future. This is a highly-requested feature by those who have a smartphone and a tablet.
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