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.
If you break your phone, who do you call (after getting a replacement phone, that is) to get the data off your old one?
There's no doubt that the U.S. debut of the BlackBerry Z10 is going to be in March. The big question is exactly when that's going to happen. A partial answer may have leaked out today.
In the latest of a long string of updates, Skype's app for iPhones and iPads this week got a slicker UI for placing calls, plus new enhancements to chat.
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.
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.
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.
Those who can't wait for the official launch of the Samsung Galaxy S IV next week should be interested to learn that some of the important specifications of this upcoming Android smartphone have leaked out.
Sprint users who originally opted out of the company's device protection plan now have another chance to purchase the added protection for their phone, tablet, or other device.
The next model in the wildly-popular Galaxy S series is going to be announced in mid-March, and Samsung has started on a campaign to build anticipation.
The initial $1.05 billion in damages Samsung was ordered to pay Apple for infringing on its design patents has been greatly reduced by roughly 40%. Get more from NotebookReview.
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