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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Intel is buying its way into the mobile market with subsidies to vendors, but that investment — on track to lose $4 billion in 2014 — is needed if it's going to threaten the ARM ecosystem.
If Cupertino wants to stave off that iPad sales slowdown, then it has to change the recipe. Or at least add some new dishes to the menu.
The new BlackBerry Passport hardware QWERTY keyboard is unlike anything you have ever used before so take a look through Matthew Miller's gallery and optimize your keyboard experience.
Lacking Twitter followers or not reaching customers over Facebook? These apps can make your life easier.
Worried about getting the "bends" with Apple's latest smartphone? OtterBox has you covered.
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Apple's new smartphones will be on sale in 115 countries by the end of the year, the company has said.
Good gadgets get even better when used with accessories. Here are some pretty good ones.
BlackBerry needed to go back to its hardware QWERTY roots. With the Passport they did just that and a whole lot more.
Glass screen protectors provide unparalleled clarity while also providing the same touch and feel of your native glass display. ZAGG's Glass product is easy to install and looks great.
This week saw reports of Samsung profits dropping, Google has been working on multi-window support for Android, and HP sneaks a 10-inch tablet to market.
Smartphones are often the only camera most people have with them -- and most of these smartphones will give you good results. See for yourself.
It's the square phone for the serious crowd, but is there really still space for a business smartphone?
The Android developer may be inching closer to its own-brew phablet, according to sources. But where does Motorola and HTC fit into this?
There are lots of broken displays on iPhones and Samsung smartphones and now Samsung is offering accidental damage protection. Is this a smart purchase or not?