Smartphones (page: 4)
Apple crushes records with 10 million iPhone 6, 6 Plus sold in first weekend
Apple has crushed their own records for launch weekend smartphone sales, confirming 10 million iPhone 6 and 6 Plus being sold over the weekend.
Sony raises its annual loss forecast 400 percent
In another shocking announcement, Sony has raised the forecast for their expected annual loss by 400 percent to $2.14 billion.
LG confirms cheap G3 Stylus model
LG has officially introduced their previously leaked G3 Stylus smartphone, looking to possibly take some phablet customers away from the Galaxy Note.
Huawei: We are discontinuing Windows Phones
Chinese smartphone giant Huawei has said they will be discontinuing development of Windows Phone-based smartphones.
Lenovo now shipping more smartphones than PCs
Lenovo, the world's biggest PC maker, has announced that they now ship more smartphones than PCs, a major milestone for the company.
StratAn: Android now at 85 percent smartphone market share
According to the latest figures from research firm Strategy Analytics, 85 percent of all smartphones shipped for the Q2 were running Android, a new record high for the mobile OS.
Will Sony ever turn it around?
Sony has issued yet another warning, following slow sales of its smartphones, now claiming that the company will not make a profit on its smartphone division for the year.
Unlocking your phone is cool again following passing of Senate bill
The Senate has passed bill S. 517, allowing consumers to unlock their phones when it is time to switch providers.
Micromax unveils first Windows Phone devices
Micromax, the popular Indian OEM, has announced its first Windows Phone smartphones.
$25 Firefox OS smartphones will be available in India, Indonesia later this year
Smartphones as cheap as $25 powered by Mozilla Corp.'s software will be available in India and Indonesia later this year, a senior company executive said. Mozilla has been pitching its Firefox mobile operating system for low-cost smartphones in emer
IDC: Smartphone shipments to reach 1.24 billion this year
Research firm IDC has predicted this week that smartphone shipments will hit 1.2 billion units this year, strong growth of 23 percent year-over-year.
Here's the Moto E
Initially leaked via Twitter and then confirmed by postings on retailer websites, the Motorola Moto E appears to be on the way.
Chart of the Day: A great look into how Apple and Google became a smartphone duopoly
PayPal president David Marcus posted a great chart today via his Twitter feed that we feel deserved a little more attention.
PowerPot charges your smartphone using boiling water
Billionaire and 'Shark Tank' investor Mark Cuban has put forward $250,000 of his own money to help the Power Pot succeed, a pot that lets you charge your smartphone with boiling water.
Microsoft: Windows is now free for all devices with screens smaller than 9 inches
Microsoft has made a huge announcement today, making Windows free for all devices with screens smaller than 9 inches.
Smartphone 'Kill Switch' would save $2.5 billion annually, says researcher
If all smartphones and tablets came with a Kill Switch that could render them inoperable remotely, it could save consumers $2.5 billion per year in the U.S.
Kantar: Android still king but Windows Phone reaches 10 percent share
Kantar Worldpanel ComTech has released their European smartphone data figures for the Q4 2013, and there were some interesting tidbits.
Ouch: Only 4 percent of devs plan to release their next game for Wii U
Organizers of the annual 'Game Developers Conference' have released the state of the industry report, surveying devs and publishing upcoming themes and thoughts for the video game industry.
Chinese smartphone market growth declines for first time since 2011
According to new data from IDC, the Chinese smartphone market experienced its first slow down ever.
WSJ: Nokia's Android phone is coming this month for emerging markets
According to the WSJ, Nokia will release its oft-rumored Android smartphone this month, just as the company's handset division closes on being sold to Microsoft.
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