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The BlackBerry Z10 launched a few days ago, but not in the U.S. -- people in this country will have to wait until March to get it. But this isn't the fault of BlackBerry, it can be blamed on the wireless carriers.
When the HTC ThunderBolt was released, it was a big deal -- Verizon's first 4G LTE smartphone. Of course, that was in 2011. But that's not to say this device is completely obsolete, as an upgrade to Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) has just been released.
During the last quarter of 2012, Apple hit the trifecta: it sold more iPhones than ever before, enjoyed a higher quarterly revenue than ever before, which then led to a greater quarterly profit than the company had ever seen before.
Samsung's Verizon-exclusive Windows Phone 8 handset, the ATIV Odyssey, has just been given an official release date and price.
New details have sprung up about the next Samsung flagship smartphone. Codenamed "Altius", the device is expected to offer wireless charging, come in black or white, and is expected to ship on April 15.
During the last three months of 2012, Verizon sold far more Apple iPhones than it models running Google's Android. Apple was the telecom's top seller by a wide margin.
AT&T is buying Alltel, a small wireless carrier that offers service in a handful of states, mostly in the South and Midwest.
There was a time when RIM could charge a premium for its top smartphones. That day appears to be past -- its next high-end model will reportedly be priced below the average.
According to Counterpoint Research, LG has reclaimed its place as the second largest phone manufacturer in the United States. LG was able to dethrone Apple, thanks to strong sales in December.
The largest PC/laptop processor manufacturer is ramping up to enter the mobile market. After posting less than satisfactory earnings, Intel says that it will invest $13 billion into research and development in hopes of gaining ground in the expanding mobile market.
After years of being the coolest kid on the block, Apple may be losing its edge when it comes to impressing the next-generation of smartphone adopters, according to the youth marketing agency Buzz Marketing Group, who claims the Cupertino-company is 'so yesterday' in the eyes of teens.
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