AT&T made an official announcement today that it will carry Nokia's first two Windows Phone 8 handsets, the Lumia 920 and Lumia 820, and that they will be available in November.
Smartphones and tablets are playing a greater role in consumer shopping habits. Consumers now armed with a wealth of information at their fingertips are making more informed purchasing decisions, a fact that will impact Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales.
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop did not deny the latest round of rumors that Microsoft may be developing its own Windows Phone, instead taking the opportunity to express confidence in Nokia's edge over the competition.
Brighthand's parent site TechnologyGuide has a report on the FAA reevaluating its requirements for electronic devices on board plane. Travellers may soon be able to use their smartphone or tablet the full length of a flight.
Rumors have once again begun to swirl that Microsoft is developing its own Windows Phone 8 smartphone that's to be released in "the coming months."
Those who are eager to see HTC's first model running Windows Phone 8 in action can watch a video showing this upcoming device.
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.
HTC announced its first two Windows Phone 8 handsets, the Windows Phone 8X and the Windows Phone 8S, at an event in New York today, which featured an appearance from Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer.
Two of AT&T's upcoming flagship devices, the Nokia Lumia 920 and the Samsung Galaxy Note II, are slated to be released on October 21, according to an inside source.
HP's CEO says her company is working on a smartphone. HP hasn't had one to offer since it shut down production of webOS-based devices last year.
Microsoft is getting ready to release the software development kit (SDK) for Windows Phone 8 prior to the official release of the OS, but only to a select few developers.
New features in StubHub will include "interactive walkthroughs" of stadiums, plus the ability to invite friends to events. Some day, you might be able to order pretzels.
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