Google just made Android 4.2 official. This won't be a dramatic upgrade, but it will bring some new features to this operating system for smartphones and tablets.
Earlier this month FreedomPop set out to offer free internet to Americans, and now the company wants to turn your iPod touch into an iPhone. The company has begun shipping its iPod Touch 4G sleeve, which will allow the device to connect to FreedomPop's 4G network.
The official unveiling of the next Nexus smartphone had to be postponed, but those who want to see the Nexus 4 in action can watch a video of it that also includes a preview of Android 4.2.
The Lumia 822 has moved from the "rumor" category to the "official" one -- many of the details of this Windows Phone were just revealed by Nokia. Updated
Google has decided to reschedule its event that was going to be held tomorrow. This means everyone will have to wait a bit longer to see the new devices that were going to be announced. Updated
With almost every smartphone shipped this year offering some form of Wi-Fi capabilities, the Wi-Fi 802.11n protocol has been the most commonly used in recent times, yet a new study projects that another Wi-Fi standard will soon begin to dominate mobile devices.
Is the world ready for an Android-powered digicam that is just as much smartphone as it is point-and-shoot? DigitalCameraReview has the answer.
When Apple switched out Google Maps for its own app in iOS 6, it quickly drew complaints. The company has vowed to update this software as quickly as it can.
AT&T has just announced its launch plans for Sony newest flagship smartphone. The Xperia TL will sport a number of high-end features, but not a high-end price.
Sprint has just become the second U.S. telecom to offer Samsung's latest phablet, the Galaxy Note II. Only time will tell if it turns out to be as popular as its predecessor.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer confirmed that the company plans on releasing more of its hardware in a recent interview with the BBC, once again sparking speculation about a Surface smartphone.
It looks like Google Wallet will have some competition now, as Isis mobile wallet has launched in two trial markets, bringing the mobile payment system to select customers on three of the nation's largest carriers.
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