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?
According to a recent report, rumors about Samsung unveiling the Galaxy S IV at CES 2013 are untrue, with the company instead opting to focus on television announcements at the show.
Everyone wants a faster connection to the Internet, and 5G cellular-wireless networks promise that. But they won't be as soon as some might hope.
Samsung has found a way to bring the music player back with the U.S. launch of its Galaxy Muse, an iPod Shuffle-esque device aimed at Galaxy S and Note owners.
Sony, a company not often mentioned in the same breath as Apple, Samsung and HTC, has quietly moved into the number three position in the global smartphone market in the third quarter, but it got there in a less than glorious way.
The legal saga of Apple vs. Samsung carries on today, as a San Jose, California court will review a jury's decision from this past August that said that Samsung had willfully infringed on numerous Apple patents. Get the details from TechnologyGuide.
With December now in full swing, IDC has released its latest prediction for the global mobile phone market, forecasting that the industry will grow only 1.4% year over year in 2012, while smartphone shipments are expected to grow 45.1% from 2011.
How is iTunes 11 at organizing and playing music and movies on a PC or a Mac? Get the answer on NotebookReview.
This week, a Federal judge will consider the questions raised by Samsung concerning the jury foreman "concealed information" during the jury selection process and whether there was misconduct in its losing lawsuit.
Google has introduced a significant upgrade for its Gmail app for iOS. This software has a redesigned user interface, as well as other improvements.
Recently, there was speculation that Nokia was considering giving up on Microsoft's Windows Phone and switching to Android. A company exec has pulled the rug out from under the basis for this rumor.
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