It's the best of times to be a smartphone buyer. The competition is cutthroat, innovation reigns and multiple companies are vying for attention. The smartphone market is developing rapidly and arguably the most interesting tech sector to watch.
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HTC is doing something that no other manufacturer has yet done by getting the exact same phone on all major US wireless carriers running two different mobile operating systems.
I own and use many devices on different platforms, and I regularly get asked what I am currently using. Here’s a snapshot of my current gear and what is the best of the lot.
Lenovo is targeting European countries in a big way - but don't expect to see its brand name on devices in western Europe's major markets.
With rock-bottom prices for phones that have superior specs in their class to begin with, Xiaomi is redefining what value for money means in India.
The Western smartphone market is slowing, thanks in part to almost everyone owning one nowadays. But the outlook still looks strong, thanks to Android in emerging markets.
IT leaders are finding ways to capitalize on the benefits of BYOD while reducing its risks. This analysis examines the impact of BYOD and looks at how organizations are dealing with the trend.
NFC is a nice technology that just hasn't been implemented well. Perhaps Apple changes that equation.
The Chinese hardware company is making a push into the EU, starting with the east.
A reference design by Freescale could put Qi wireless charging into more public spaces.
If you pay for data for your mobile devices, keep an eye on consumption when you travel, even domestically.
HTC continues to round out their smartphone profile with a new Desire designed to bring LTE to those who cannot afford a high end smartphone.
Latest research figures suggest Amazon sold a meager 35,000 handsets of its flagship smartphone since it first launched. A tepid debut, or a frosty winter ahead?
LG's sneak peak video last week showed a G3 with a stylus that we thought would be a direct Note 4 competitor, but that turned out not to be the case.
The challenges facing Microsoft Windows are many, but none so big as the casual PC user's changing habits.
Over the last couple years we have seen Nokia update and release their Lumia Windows Phones so it is refreshing to see HTC jump back in and provide a high end Windows Phone, especially one as good as the M8.