In Android this week was news that Microsoft apps will be preinstalled on Android phones, Galaxy S6 gets an availability date, and Motorola was found guilty of patent infringement.
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Foxconn Technology Group will reportedly buy and resell Apple's smartphones as part of a new trade-in program in China.
The two flagship devices are more alike than ever, so what do the differences and similarities tell us about the future of smartphones?
Apple has been granted a patent for an external portable fuel cell electricity generation unit designed to power portable computing devices.
Human oversight has been added into the Android app review process, and, according to Google, nobody has noticed the change.
A jury has knocked back a claim by a patent licensing firm that was seeking damages from Apple over five Nokia patents.
The iPhone and iPad tech giant launched the new mobile software alongside its desktop operating system counterpart as a testbed for developers and early-adopters.
The Apple Watch is all over the news this week, and the company expects to sell millions of them. If this happens, Apple will likely see iPhone 6 sales go through the roof as a result.
Apple is open sourcing Research Kit in a bid to turn the iPhone into a medical research tool.
This week in iOS were reports of Apple Pay fraud, that iPhone is the top phone in China, and the Apple/IBM alliance released three new apps for the enterprise.
Behind the acquisition of tiny Palo Alto startup SocketPlane by Docker lies the goal of giving multi-container apps network portability through standard interfaces.
Thanks to its new big screen devices, Apple has overtaken Samsung to take the number one spot in smartphone sales for the last quarter of 2014, according to analyst Gartner.
Ericsson CEO Hans Vestberg hopes litigation between his company and Apple can be wrapped up quickly.
This week in iOS came reports of Apple looking at tracking iPhones when turned off, and analysts chiming in about Apple Watch and Apple Pay,
No doubt Apple is still smarting over a $533 million court case won by Smartflash this week, but Ericsson is now also suing the company in a patent dispute.
Patent licensing firm Smartflash may still be celebrating a $533 million victory against Apple, but the companies aren't finished in the courtroom.
The deal will see the three largest US wireless giants bring Google's mobile payments service to the Android devices they sell.
The US Patent Office has granted Apple a patent for a virtual-reality headset designed to accommodate an iPhone for its display, much like Google's Cardboard or Samsung's Gear VR headset.
Have an iPhone, Android device, Windows Phone, or BlackBerry? Need to jump ship to another network? Now you can, thanks to a law change. Here's what you need to know.
Plans to finish the NBN fixed-wireless network in 2015 have gone since the change of government, despite the company meeting its own new running targets since the strategic review.