During the third quarter of this year, AT&T subscribers bought 6.1 million smartphones, of which a very large majority were iPhones.
Motorola Mobility has published a list of its smartphones that will be upgraded to Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean), the latest version of Google's OS. The device maker has also revealed which models won't be getting upgrades.
Verizon introduced the Droid Bionic came out a year ago, and since then users have been waiting for an upgrade to Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich). This is now available, at long last, and users can now switch to waiting for an upgrade to Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean).
Google has sent out invitations to the press for an event to be held the last Monday of this month. It's not clear at this point exactly what's on the docket, but it could be new Nexus smartphones and/or tablets.
Samsung Galaxy S III users in the U.S. will soon be getting a taste of Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean), as the company promised that the upgrade will hit the smartphone in the coming months, bringing new features to the TouchWiz interface, beyond just the enhancements in the new operating system version.
With the release of Windows Phone 8 imminent, and big questions still looming, here's a look at five things that are known about WP8 smartphones - and five remaining mysteries.
U.S. owners of the Samsung Galaxy S III have been given a little glimpse of hope for when they will get a taste of Android 4.1 "Jelly Bean". Samsung posted a list of devices set to receive the upgrade, and its latest flagship smartphone figures prominently on it.
HTC said today that it will start rolling out the upgrade to Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) for its HTC One X and HTC One S in the near future. This will be accompanyied by a new version of the Sense user interface
Verizon iPhone 5 Users were facing serious problems where data leakage was occurring even when connected to a Wi-Fi Network. An update has been released to fix this issue, though Verizon still has yet to make a statement regarding the issue.
Mozilla's smartphone operating system will be open-sourced, and is designed to increase performance on entry-level devices -- a market currently dominated by Android. It is expected to capture 1% of global smartphone shipments in 2013.
As the smartphone race heats up, the fight for first is commonly ranked in terms of operating system market share, with Google's Android OS and Apple's iOS taking the top spots in the U.S. However, a new study breaks those numbers down by carriers.
While there are already some Samsung smartphones that operate on Android 4.1 such as the Galaxy Nexus, Samsung's move to update the Galaxy S III truly marks the beginning for Android 4.1.
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