T-Mobile has just become the second U.S. telecom to introduce an Android 4.1 upgrade for its version of the Samsung Galaxy S III.
Microsoft has taken to its Windows Phone Developer Blog to explain the new features of HTML5, which is supported by Internet Explorer 10 on Windows Phone 8.
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.
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.
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.
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.
With the new version of Microsoft's mobile OS comes a suite of features that business users are likely to find appealing.
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.
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.
Google has decided to reschedule its event that was going to be held tomorrow. This means everyone will have to wait a bit longer to see the new devices that were going to be announced. Updated
Sprint became the first carrier to offer the Android 4.1.1 update, aka Jelly Bean, to its Samsung Galaxy S III customers when it began rolling out the update this morning.
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