A list of upcoming release dates for a selection of T-Mobile devices including the Samsung Galaxy S III and the Samsung Galaxy Note has been leaked to the public. Three models will be introduced before the middle of July.
Old handsets that end up in landfills leak toxic chemicals into the soil and groundwater. But there are programs that make it easy for consumers to recycle, and even make some money.
Anyone who cares about energy independance or the Green Movement is likely wondering if there's anything they can do to help. There is an easy thing all phone users can do: unplug their charger.
Today, T-Mobile announced the upcoming availability of the budget-friendly smartphone geared for a weekend release, the T-Mobile Prism.
A prominent Google engineer involved in the development of the Android OS has given an explanation on why so many people are still waiting for an upgrade to the latest version of this operating system, even though it debuted near the end of last year.
Huawei has just announced that its Ascend P1 smartphone will start rolling out in various countries around the world next month. The P1 is a slim Android-based model that Huawei considers an important step in becoming a significant player in the global handset market.
There's overclocking, and then there's this: University researchers are in the early stages of putting multi-core processors in smartphones to work in bursts of up to 16 times their normal speed during times of need.
Research performed by IDC shows that China will become the leading country-level market for smartphone shipments in 2012, moving ahead of the current leader, the United States.
Mobile World Congress is wrapping up in Barcelona, and Brighthand's European correspondent brings us his picks for the most important announcements made at this annual smartphone tradeshow.
Huawei announced its Ascend P1 and P1S Android smartphones today at CES 2012, the latter being the "world's slimmest." We got our hands on some demo units, and here's what we thought.
Our European correspondent has returned from Shenzhen, China. A small fishing village just three decades ago, it has metamorphosed into a megalopolis with over 10 million residents.
China is a vast and as-yet undeveloped market where making tremendous profit is possible. It is also able to aggressively compete on the world market. Brighthand's European corespondent brings us his thoughts on this country shortly before embarking on a trip there.
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