One of the major phone-related tradeshows of the year was held in New Orleans this week. Brighthand had reporters on the spring CTIA show floor for the whole week, bringing our readers all the latest news.
The giant new facility will make products not normally associated with Lenovo. Will it expand its offerings in the U.S.?
They are slick, well designed and incredibly functional. Despite their present-day "wow factor", however, smartphones may have hit the ergonomics wall in terms of the balance between beauty and real world utility.
Chinese phone manufacturing company ZTE intends to bring the entry-level Tania, a Windows Phone device, to the United States sometime this year.
Each month, Brighthand publishes a list of the smartphones that readers have shown the most interest in during the preceding four weeks.
Previous reports indicated that LG has lost interest in making handsets based on Microsoft's Windows Phone OS. The Korean company has now released a new statement softening its position somewhat.
The Apple iPhone 4S and Samsung Galaxy S II are the most popular smartphones available. These and their other mobile devices have made these two companies not just the two most profitable in the business, but the only ones that are.
LG was one of the first companies to jump on the bandwagon when Microsoft unveiled its Windows Phone operating system. After weak sales, this Korean company is now out.
In a move to encourage upgrades to Windows Phone 7.5 Mango, the most recent version of the mobile OS, Microsoft will soon be preventing users from purchasing or upgrading apps unless their smartphone's OS is up-to-date.
The official Skype app has hit the Windows Phone Marketplace this weekend, two months after a beta version was released to the public. This joins the versions already available for iPhone, Android, Windows, OS X, and more.
Microsoft may not be seeing much success with its Windows Phone platform, but Verizon Wireless is prepared to back Windows Phone 8 upon its release later this year, just in time for the 2012 holiday shopping season.
Nuno Silva, a developer evangelist for Microsoft, has issued a clarification regarding his comments about current Windows Phone models receiving upgrades to Windows 8 upon its release.
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