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The U.S. International Trade Commission ruled Friday that Microsoft's mobile devices don't infringe on patents relating to wireless standards, reversing a previous determination in the case.
The device is said to have a 5.2-inch screen, a 1080p display, and join the USB Type-C revolution.
It would be the first smartphone with a resolution this high, though whether that's even necessary is a whole other matter.
T-Mobile USA is going after data thieves, which it says are taking advantage of the company's unlimited high-speed data plan through excessive tethering.
Consumer electronics companies are ready to rumble at Berlin's huge IFA technology trade show.
It may take some time for Apple to see any damages from its patent infringement dispute against Samsung Electronics.
Mobile gaming giant DeNA has released Mirrativ, a live streaming app that allows any content on a smartphone screen to be broadcast.
Obi Worldphone, a company founded by ex-Apple CEO John Sculley has launched a set of low-cost yet stylish smartphones aimed for emerging wireless markets in Asia, Africa and the Middle East.
The beta isn't available yet if you're on Verizon, however, and there's a fairly limited selection of supported banks.
Amazon's laying off engineers and stopping new products in their tracks after the Fire Phone's epic failure.
In October, Microsoft will likely announce its first flagship Windows phones in more than a year and a half. Here’s what they could look like.
Portable keyboards for mobile devices tend to come in either rigid and foldable or rubbery and rollup forms. LG Electronics is launching one that's a bit of both.
Unlike previous models of the Note, the S Pen can get stuck rather easily if you insert it the wrong direction.
The images suggest a new smartphone that looks eerily similar to an iPhone 6.
Developing modular smartphones is presenting challenges relating to size, performance and price, and at the end of the day there are no guarantees users will want one.