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Nokia has released its most recent financial report, revealing that it earned a profit of $585.7 million in the final quarter of 2012 and shipped 4.4 million Lumia handsets.
It looks like Google Wallet will have some competition now, as Isis mobile wallet has launched in two trial markets, bringing the mobile payment system to select customers on three of the nation's largest carriers.
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.
Keynote Competitive Research shared results of its nationwide mobile user survey, revealing important insights depicting consumer mobile web experiences.
The Nokia 808 PureView smartphone, along with its impressive 41 megapixel camera, will be available to consumers in the U.S. soon.
As the worldwide mobile phone market grows in 2012, smartphones are projected to see an increase of sales of about 40% while feature phones will see a decline of about 10%.
A study performed by market-analysts IDC showed that more than eight out of ten smartphones shipped in the first quarter were powered by the Android or iOS operating systems.
The GSMA and the Wireless Broadband Alliance are working on a plan to allow smartphones to easily and seamlessly roam between different Wi-Fi networks, even if these are managed by separate companies.
There's overclocking, and then there's this: University researchers are in the early stages of putting multi-core processors in smartphones to work in bursts of up to 16 times their normal speed during times of need.
The Earth was hit with a massive solar storm early this morning, but what does that mean for cell phone and other wireless tech devices?
Nokia recently unveiled what it calls PureView, a image-processing technology which promises to greatly improve picture taking on mobile devices. Although it is going to debut on a Symbian
Nokia is set to release the 808 PureView, a device that will revolutionize cameras on smartphones for years to come. The device will feature a whopping 41 megapixel camera.
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