A new concept image of the LG Optimus G Pro was revealed today. The image shows that the device will sport a 5-inch display, use a 1.7GHz processor, and offer LTE connectivity.
SOTI unveils its latest mobile enterprise MDM solution with MobiControl V10. The latest iteration offers a slew of new features, including web filtering and real time antivirus protection
As we near the upcoming reveal, more details have leaked about Samsung's next flagship handset, the Galaxy S IV. The smartphone is reported to offer new wireless charging technology, with a far greater charge range that the current Qi standard.
An executive from Asus recently told the Wall Street Journal that the company is currently in talks with Microsoft to license Windows Phone 8. This could lead to a PadFone running this operating system.
AT&T has officially rolled out an over-the-air update for Samsung Galaxy S III owners' to get a taste of Android 4.1 "Jelly Bean." While the upgrade was previously available to users via Sammy's free Kies desktop software, it is now accessible to all through a much simpler process.
A recent report from Nikkei announced that Apple has cut orders for its displays for the iPhone 5. The news has caused a bit of panic from investors causing the company's stock to drop below $500 today. However, current market demand for the iPhone 5 still remains in question.
Want to check incoming emails, texts, etc. without having to pull out your smartphone? Then the Pebble watch might be right for you. Announced last year, it's about to launch.
Verizon has unveiled its new Share Everything Data plans for business users. The two plans that are suited around small and large business users will be the first of their kind.
Samsung finally provided us with hard-and-fast specs at CES today for its upcoming Windows Phone 8 device, the ATIV Odyssey, which will launch "in the coming weeks."
Despite its running title of "best smartphone in the market" for the past five years, Apple's iPhone seems to be losing traction among critics, as Consumer Reports has rated the company's iPhone 5 as the worst of the top smartphones.
Sprint will soon provide commitment-shy customers with its own brand of prepaid wireless service, as the carrier has confirmed that it will launch Sprint As You Go, a monthly-payment plan that will offer unlimited talk, text and data without speed throttling.
Another supposed leak has surfaced for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S IV and this time it's an image.
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