While Android 4.4 “KitKat” is knocking at our doors, numerous smart phone manufacturers have announced plans to upgrade the operating systems on their older model handsets, namely to the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean release.
Smartphone manufacturer ZTE is a company on the rise in the U.S., and it has two new, high-end handsets on the way, both ready for pre-order beginning this Saturday, October 5.
New market share figures show that Windows Phone has been surging in important European markets, nearly doubling its market share vs. this time last year.
Android users will find plenty of updates on their handsets ready to be installed today.
The state of New York is taking a page from airports across the nation and installing “Text Stops” – spots for drivers to pull over and read or send text messages - throughout the state, in an effort to curb an epidemic of drivers who continue to text behind the wheel.
Phablet fans, take note: Samsung’s hotly anticipated Galaxy Note 3 will arrive on the Sprint network in less than three weeks -- October 4, to be exact.
The most unlikely partnership in the history of video games is getting a bonus round: The Angry Birds franchise released its second go-round with Star Wars, giving us Angry Birds Star Wars II.
As mobile app users increasingly turn from text-based messaging systems to more visual ones, skyrocketing startup Twilio is jumping onto that trend by adding photo messaging services to its offerings.
It’s the end of one era and the beginning of another: According to research from IDC, shipments of tablets are destined to surpass those of all PCs in the fourth quarter of the year.
Upgrading your phone? Get ready for some extra walking around money, courtesy of a huge new trade-in program being launched by America’s largest retailer.
The goal of getting rid of your wallet – and moving all of your financial transactions to your cell phone – just got one step closer with PayPal's updated app.
Smart phone leader HTC is expanding its device lineup in time for IFA 2013.
Xiaomi is a name that few Americans have heard, but if this Chinese company continues to progress and scoop up talent like Hugo Barra, it could soon become a household name on our shores.
The line between e-commerce and entertainment is blurring again: Amazon today is launching a system that lets developers sell physical products through third-party Android apps. To put it another way, consumers will be able to buy stuff from Amazon from within an app on their Android phone without taking the trouble to visit Amazon’s storefront.
The next time you fly Delta, don’t be surprised if a smartphone takes your drink order. The airline announced today that over 19,000 flight attendants will now carry Nokia Lumia 820 handsets for processing in-flight purchases.