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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Rumours abound that HTC is thinking about releasing a stock Android version of the HTC One — but would this be the best decision?
Nokia is known for their optics and it is great to see them heavily promoting it in some new commercials for the Verizon Lumia 928. Will these commercials and targeted marketing plan resonate with consumers?
Samsung says that sales of the Galaxy S4 have passed the ten million mark less than a month after being launched.
Indonesian official says Taiwanese manufacturer will team up with local mobile phone distributor Erajaya Swasembada to offer locally-made handsets, and it will start constructing its factory later this year.
For those that need a ruggedized smartphone, the Cat B15 may be a decent competitor priced at a reasonable $350 with no carrier contract.
Several people have recently departed HTC, but that doesn't mean the company is shutting the doors. There may be marketing strategy changes, a focus only on Asia, or some other strategy we do not yet know about.
Bottom line: Amazon is looking for the next "Fifty Shades of Grey" by panning directly to would-be fan fiction authors.
I never travel overseas without Truphone and businesses will appreciate their new global shared plan offerings that include calls, text, and data.
Windows Phone devices with a compass will be able to use Nokia's LiveSight navigation tools in its Here maps.
China’s largest Internet company, Tencent, is eyeing India for further growth for its messaging platform as it ventures overseas. It will be up against an increasingly crowded market where rivals such as Whatsapp have had a headstart.
South Korean electronics giant's investment in local rival Pantech in a deal valued at almost US$47.6 million will boost cooperation in smartphone and other business areas.
With the Galaxy S4, Samsung has squeezed a superb 5-inch screen and a host of high-end features into a slightly slimmer, thinner and lighter chassis than its S III predecessor. It's an excellent handset, but some will find the S4 overladen with unnecessary features and too expensive.
Samsung makes a big leap in customer satisfaction, but it's unclear whether the company can keep it going. Apple still leads the smartphone pack by a wide margin.
Opera's new Android web browser is out of beta and available to download, bringing few changes to the app since it was unveiled earlier this year.
Chinese networking gear maker is shifting focus in India from telecom equipment to smartphones, and it hopes to be among the top three smartphone vendors in the the country within three years.