Rumor has it that AT&T will begin taking preorders for its devices based on Windows Phone 8 starting October 21, roughly a week ahead of the launch of the mobile operating system.
At the start of MobileCon in San Diego today, Sprint revealed two new Android phones coming to its 4G LTE network: the LG Optimus G and the LG Mach.
The HTC DLX supposedly had its specs leaked to the world yesterday. These were leaked via Twitter, apparently revealing the core specifications of what could be HTC's first 'phablet' (phone/ tablet).
A leaked image suggests that a Verizon-exclusive variant of the Nokia Lumia 820, codenamed "Atlas", could be getting an official announcement from the carrier soon.
Consumer Reports is well known for offering unbiased opinions on a huge range of products. Anyone with concerns about Apple's latest smartphone should be happy to learn that it gets high marks from this company.
Since the iPhone 5 was released, many users have complained about purple flairs appearing in images, and it appears that Apple has taken notice responding via its support page. Some users may view Apple's solution more condescending than helpful, however.
T-Mobile and Nokia revealed a new Windows Phone 8 model today, the mid-range Lumia 810, which will be available "in the coming weeks" exclusively from T-Mobile.
Sprint is making it easier for customers to share their digits, with the implementation of a new service that allows users to create their own vanity numbers, thanks to Zoove's StarStar Me program.
Apple has begun shipping its Lightning adapters. These are a godsend for consumers looking to connect their iPhone 5 to the rest of their Apple Ecosystem.
As of Sunday, AT&T has shortened the period during which customers can return devices to the carrier without incurring any penalties from 30 days to 14 days.
An article from our parent site TechnologyGuide covers research that shows many teens are giving up sleep to text their friends late into the night, and sometimes even in their sleep.
The BlackBerry phone, once so addicting, people called them "CrackBerries," has taken a mighty fall in the U.S. as it was replaced by more nimble and appealing touchscreen phones running Android and Apple's iPhone. Still, there are portions of the world that love their BlackBerries.
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