Those looking for a cheap 4G LTE-capable phone need look no further than the LG Lucid, which will be available for Verizon Wireless customers on March 29.
In the current battle of nano-SIM card designs, Apple is making a drastic move to give it the edge over its competition: it's offering up its design to device makers and OEMs royalty-free.
While the Internet has certainly revolutionized shopping, that doesn't mean that it has made the process all that much easier. Thankfully your iPhone can help you comparison shop quickly and get your shopping done more easily.
According to a study performed by ABIresearch, smartphones will drive $20 billion in accessory revenue in 2012, accounting for more than half of the $36 billion that all handset accessories produce.
After a whirlwind of rumored release dates, AT&T has officially announced that they will launch the 4G LTE Nokia Lumia 900 on April 8.
Off-hand comments often give us some great insight into how a company really feels vs. its public position. Case in point: the chief marketing officer for T-Mobile USA let it be known how he really feels about smartphone subsidies.
Users of Google's free Gmail service should be used to the idea that this company scans through their messages and serves them ads based on the content. Even this group might be concerned if they learned Google wants to do the same with their voice calls, however.
A survey performed by MocoSpace of over 15,000 gamers resulted in some interesting figures concerning the world of mobile gaming. A majority of respondents are using their smartphones and tablets to play games for at least an hour a day, at home and when on the go.
Do you want to keep personal photos and other content on your iPhone hidden away from any onlookers? Here's the lowdown on four "privacy apps" that could help.
While earlier rumors of a March release of the AT&T Nokia Lumia 900 are looking bleak, those waiting to pick up the device can possibly do so in early April. This will be the debut of the first Windows Phone with 4G LTE.
The HTC Vivid has become the first phone offered by AT&T to get an upgrade to the latest version of Google's mobile OS, Android 4.0. The carrier listed which of its models from other manufacturers will be getting their own upgrades.
According to an unnamed industry source, Apple is looking to use a 4.6-inch display on the next generation iPhone. This would be a significant upgrade from the screen on this company's current smartphone.
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