It appears Samsung's Galaxy Note II has found even more of a following than its predecessor, with the company announcing it has sold more than 3 million of the smartphone/tablet hybrids in just over a month.
Google had a lot to celebrate on the four-year anniversary of its Android interface, as new figures from analyst firm IDC show that shipments of the operating system accounted for 75% of all smartphone shipped in the third quarter.
The MOGA gamepad for Android devices is available now from T-Mobile, offering users pocket-sized gaming controls, including dual thumbsticks and face buttons. Don't miss the video preview.
AT&T released Sony's new flagship handset today the Xperia TL. The device offers impressive specs paired at an even more impressive price. The device is currently available online at ATT.com or in store at AT&T retailers.
Inside sources from Asian component suppliers have informed the Wall Street Journal that Microsoft is testing its own smartphone design, though they are unsure whether or not it will go into mass production.
An updated version of Apple's operating system for smartphones and tablets is now available. This fixes a number of small issues, such as the bug that causes horizontal lines to appear on the keyboard of the iPhone.
Today. Sprint announced that the LG Mach will hit shelves on Nov. 11. The QWERTY handset is available for pre-order from the carrier starting today, along with LG's newest flagship smartphone, the LG Optimus G.
U.S. Cellular is staying true to its word of expanding its range of devices that can connect to its high-speed cellular service, announcing today that the 4G LTE-enabled Motorola Electrify M will be landing on its network in a week's time.
Good news for Verizon Android users, Google has finally enabled carrier billing on Google Play for Verizon. Now Verizon consumers will be able to make purchases on Google Play with their Verizon accounts, removing the need for credit cards and giving users one collective bill.
GreatCall Wireless, the maker of senior-friendly featurephones, has edged away from the flip phone to offer its first smartphone, the QWERTY keyboard-equipped Jitterbug Touch, aimed at elderly users transitioning from their basic handsets.
The size of available removable memory cards has continued to grow since they were invented. The latest format for smartphones and tablets is microSDXC bringing 64GB of capacity.
The first smartphone running RIM's next-generation operating system has hit an important milestone: it is now being tested by dozens of telecoms. This device
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