After unveiling its new HERE maps app for iOS last week, Nokia has officially released the free cloud-based map service, giving Apple users another alternative to its lackluster homegrown navigation application.
Today, HTC has released the Droid DNA to be offered exclusively from Verizon. The handset is HTC's new high-end smartphone and boasts the most impressive pixel density seen from any device to date. Consumers can find the new device in Verizon Wireless retailers or online at verizonwireless.com.
Telenav, the company behind the Scout navigation application, has just announced a major update for its free iOS program, bringing users voice-guided navigation on their Apple devices, as well as some other new features.
Getting into the spirit of giving, U.S. Cellular has announced a new unlimited data plan for subscribers living in one of its 4G LTE markets, and is offering some extra perks to persuade users to take part in the limited time deal.
Norton Mobile Security this week added its first Apple iOS client, along with a new pricing model for safeguarding iPhones, iPads, and Android devices alike.
While waking up at 4 am on Black Friday is one way to hunt for shopping bargains, there are alternatives. These four shopping apps can help you get the best deals.
Those who are looking forward to Apple's next smartphone might not have to wait as long as expected. The sixth-generation iPhone might be out months earlier than conventional wisdom would predict.
There's good news for AT&T subscribers: the telecom will no longer require its customers to have its new Mobile Share plan to use Apple's FaceTime video chatting.
Wirefly has four Windows Phone 8 handsets -- two for Verizon Wireless customers, two for T-Mobile customers -- available now on the cheap.
Verizon continues filling out its lineup of smartphones for the busy holiday season. Today it started offering a pair of models running Microsoft's new Windows Phone 8 operating system, one from Nokia and the other from HTC.
Despite rumors of the ZTE Flash that revealed just about everything this affordable 4G LTE smartphone has to offer, Sprint never acknowledged the device, until now. Even so, the carrier kept the launch of the handset rather modest, simply releasing a spec sheet rather than the usual media blitz.
The Nexus 4 debuted yesterday on the Google Play store, and today it's also available from T-Mobile. This smartphone is the first with Android 4.2.
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