Those in the U.S. who would like Apple's latest smartphone but aren't into commitment or contracts can now buy an unlocked version of the iPhone 5.
Google and LG have a hit on their hands, with the Nexus 4 phone selling out immediately on launch. The phone offers HSPA+, which is sometimes billed as "4G," but does not support LTE, the more recognized 4G technology.
Verizon has once again taken the top spot in Consumer Reports? annual ranking of the nation?s four largest cellphone carriers, holding onto the title for the second consecutive year, while putting some serious distance between its largest competitor, AT&T.
Verizon customers, the long wait for Samsung's latest super-size smartphone is over: the Galaxy Note II has hit store shelves. UPDATED
Those who order an iPhone 5 from Apple have to wait a week to receive it. But that's nothing compared to the recently-released Nexus 4 -- orders for this Android device won't ship until mid-Winter!
Marko Ahtisaari, the head of Nokia's design team, talks about his company's latest flagship phone in a recent video. He gives an in-depth look into the design process for a world-class smartphone.
U.S. Cellular customers looking for a 4G LTE-equipped handset now have another option to choose from, as the carrier has quietly released the Samsung Galaxy Axiom, a mid-range smartphone that features similar specs to the recently revealed Galaxy S III Mini.
T-Mobile is giving shoppers a chance to save by discounting all Samsung devices under a new holiday promotion. This includes big discounts on the Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note II.
According to a report coming out of Asia, both Microsoft and Amazon will introduce their own lines of phones next year.
LG has been having trouble keeping up with demand for the Nexus 4. This smartphone has been out of stock almost since its launch day, but a new shipment has come in.
You might have found some great deals online, but most experts agree that "Cyber Monday" might not be the biggest day for online sales going forward. Read more at NotebookReview.
Samsung announced a new milestone for their Galaxy Note II as the device recorded 5 million worldwide unit sales. This marks an impressive feat for Samsung's new handset and proves there is a sizeable demand for phablets (phone/tablet).
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