The world's largest mobile-devices show, which starts Monday, should provide updates on quad-core phones and tablets, the consumer version of Microsoft's Windows 8, and much more.
The HD Integrator SDK lets manufacturers use haptic effects in all parts of the Android user interface.
You pay $200 for what you think is the best smartphone available; then a few months later the same manufacturer releases a similar phone with much better specs. There has to be a better way.
Targeted toward budget-minded buyers, the ZTE Mimosa X has a 4.3-inch display, HSPA+ support and a 5-megapixel camera.
Designed for entry and mid-level Ice Cream Sandwich phones, the MT6575 chipset offers a 1GHz ARM Cortext-A9 processor, a 3G/HSPA modem and supports qHD displays.
If you’re looking for an inexpensive LTE phone, the Pantech Burst is an excellent option--as long as you don't plan to use it as your primary camera.
Our review unit of this Wi-Fi camera had fuzzy video playback in our hands-on tests, but Dropcam promises that the final version of its Dropcam HD will not have these problems.
The Droid Razr Maxx packs in a dual-core processor, large battery and LTE in a very thin frame.
Articles by Ginny Mies