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Rumblings about Amazon's supposed smartphone ventures have picked back up in light of recent news that the company has hired former Windows Phone exec Charlie Kindel.
After acquiring the video startup Vine last year, Twitter has unveiled the first offspring of its purchase, an iOS app for the iPhone and iPod touch that lets users capture and share short looping videos.
The results are in! Here are our top five smartphones for December 2012.
The Apple iPhone 4S was unseated by the Samsung Galaxy S III as the world's best-selling smartphone for the third quarter of 2012, with the South Korean manufacturer shipping 18 million units of the handset worldwide.
While consumers and enterprise users won't be able to buy a device running BlackBerry 10, the latest operating system from Research In Motion, until sometime next year, when they do, the smartphones will be certified for government work, thanks to the FIPS 140-2 certification the platform has just received.
Black Friday is quickly approaching, with retailers already revealing upcoming sales. Today, Sam's Club plans for Black Friday leaked on the internet. Among the highlights will be the Samsung Galaxy S III for $1.
Almost 8 weeks after it launched, those buying an iPhone 5 face a long wait. Investors are starting to become concerned that this is a sign there's something wrong at the company.
AT&T is now taking pre-orders for a pair of LTE-enabled smartphones running Windows Phone 8. The Nokia Lumia 920 and Lumia 820 are going to offer customers a range of options.
Sprint Galaxy Note II customers will be the first to see Samsung's notable multi-window viewing feature on their devices, as the carrier has released an update to bring the split-screen functionality to the popular smartphone/tablet hybrid, as well as some other enhancements.
As the app craze grows stronger, a new report predicts that Apple and Google will continue to dominate the mobile application space for many years to come, maintaining more than 75 percent revenue share in 2017, as the market grows into a multi-billion dollar industry.
More information has been revealed about the HTC Droid DNA: an image of HTC's first tabletphone leaked on twitter. This gives consumers their best look so far at this device, which is reportedly headed for Verizon.
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