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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Global semiconductor revenues fell by 2.5 percent last year, but the growth of memory chip sales for smartphones and tablets is leading to 5 percent growth in 2013, according to IHS
Can the country that took Windows Phone to its heart do the same for the Mozilla operating system?
In another open letter to customers, BlackBerry chief executive John Chen fires the cannon at naysayers who claim the smartphone company can't win back its crucial enterprise customer base.
After two years of waiting, the ex-Nokians' MeeGo-powered smartphone is finally here. Is it any good?
Get "online" without a data connection via SMS with the browser by Bangalore-based startup, Innoz.in, which seeks to connect the unconnected poor with featurephones to the information riches of the Web.
Norwegian operator Telenor is launching its Firefox OS phones, hoping to catch Christmas buyers in three new countries.
Affordable is proving to be the winning formula for Windows Phone, with the 520 not only dominating but extending its lead on Microsoft's mobile platform.
Chinese networking equipment vendor believes wearable technology will pave the way in future and plans to focus its products development in this sector, with its first "affordable" smartwatch slated for launch first half of 2014.
After underestimating segments outside of the high-end market, it's launched four new mid-end phones in Taiwan under the Desire series positioned as affordable quality devices.
Fans prove eager to use smartphones, tablets to access interactive content during matches using custom large-scale WiFi system – but will it keep them from staying home instead?
And now, for your reading pleasure, the very worst from the tech world in 2013.
Nokia has quietly launched the Lumia 525, but despite the upgraded RAM, the new variant of the popular Lumia 520 won't be reaching markets like the UK.
Singapore-based company that rose from the sale of Nokia's devices business has appointed its first CEO, Urpo Karjalainen, who is also a Nokia alumnae, and reveals its first phone is targeted for release second-half 2014.
Wearables are starting to win me over, but having "lost" my Fitbit One over the weekend, I realise there's a major problem with them...
Fixya has just published a report on owners' most common complaints about four leading smartphones: the Galaxy S4, Moto X, iPhone 5S, and HTC One.