Following Google's unveiling of Android 4.2, the upcoming operating system's support for multiple user accounts seems to be the standout feature, but it's only for tablets. A new report claims that its limitation to tablets could be in part to Nokia -- more specifically, a Nokia patent.
Because of its large screen size, the Samsung Galaxy Note II can be considered a tabletphone -- part smartphone, part tablet. Those who want even more from it can add Samsung's Smart Dock and this device can turn into a desktop.
With the new version of Microsoft's mobile OS comes a suite of features that business users are likely to find appealing.
Verizon Wireless has just announced the addition of the LG Spectrum 2 to its 4G LTE lineup. The affordable handset offers a mix of mid-level specs and premium features at an affordable price.
The mid-tier Samsung Galaxy Premier has been given an official reveal, and while it's more powerful than the Galaxy S Mini, it sports slightly more modest specs than the Galaxy S III.
In addition to the slew of device announcements made this week, Google has also announced a huge milestone for its Android operating system. The OS has now breached the 700,000 app mark, effectively closing the gap between itself and the Apple app store.
There are big changes coming to the top-level executives at Apple. This includes the departure of Scott Forstall, who was in charge of development of the operating system for the iPhone and iPad.
With Windows Phone 8, Microsoft is filling in the gaps found in the last iteration of its mobile operating system and giving it a chance to really compete.
Microsoft held an official launch event for Windows Phone 8 in San Francisco today, finally offering a complete look at all of the new features of the OS.
Amidst the unveiling of Microsoft's Windows Phone 8 today, Verizon announced the upcoming arrival of three Windows-equipped smartphones from Nokia, HTC and Samsung, just in time for the holidays.
With today's official launch of Windows Phone 8, T-Mobile is taking the opportunity to announce its plans for smartphones running this operating system. It will have a pair of them on the market in a little more than two weeks.
Google just made Android 4.2 official. This won't be a dramatic upgrade, but it will bring some new features to this operating system for smartphones and tablets.
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