Buoyed by strong reviews, the Lumia 920 is doing well enough that one analyst has raised his outlook for Nokia's signature smartphone for 2013.
With smartphones and tablets becoming increasingly present in society, it looks like users are employing these devices to do more than play games or make phone calls, as a new report shows that mobile banking usage in the U.S. has doubled since last year.
AT&T has announced that an update for Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) is now available for the Motorola Atrix HD, bringing users several improvements, including Google Now, a Siri-like feature for Android devices.
Sprint was the first U.S. carrier to offer Android 4.1.1 for the Samsung Galaxy S III, and the carrier is at it again, making the EVO 4G LTE the first HTC device in the States to receive this update.
Starting on Friday, the version of the Samsung Galaxy S III from Verizon will begin to receive an upgrade to Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean). This is going to make the phone Global Ready, plus it will offer other enhancements.
Samsung is apparently already at work on the Samsung Galaxy Note III. This looks to get even bigger, as the device reportedly houses a massive 6.3-inch display. With many devices set to have 5-inch displays, is Samsung trying to set itself apart by breaking the 6-inch barrier?
According to a report coming out of Korea, Samsung is set to reveal the Samsung Galaxy S IV at next year's Mobile World Congress. Samsung has apparently decided to display its new flagship to the world this February at MWC, rather than holding its own event.
For many iPhone users, the nightmare is over. A free, stand-alone version of Google Maps has been released, replacing the need to use Apple's version.
Google has announced that it does not plan on creating dedicated apps for its business products, such as Gmail or Drive, for the Windows 8 or Windows Phone 8 platforms. Instead, the company will focus on improving its iOS and Android products to better fit the needs of the evolving mobile market.
One of the first handsets that will run the new BlackBerry 10 OS from RIM, the L-Series device codenamed "London," has been spotted in the wild. Update: And video, too.
Verizon has announced that the Samsung Galaxy Camera, an Android-powered point-and-shoot, will be available from the carrier starting Dec. 13. Yet, with a $550 price tag, this gadget might not be the perfect stocking-stuffer for the photography buffs out there.
The Motorola Droid RAZR HD and the Samsung Galaxy S III are two of the most high-end smartphones available from Verizon. How do they measure up against each other?
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