The latest phones from HTC, a company that has risen to stardom in the current generation of mobile phones, have been spotted out in the open with some brand new details.
In an effort to find its way back to a solid footing in the US marketplace, Nokia has reportedly acquired a company specializing in mobile research and analysis.
Cosmo magazine (not Kramer) has debuted a kinky, yet educational sex positions app on Google's Android market.
Verizon is working on iPad and Android apps allowing users to watch live TV and movies in the home and on the go.
Facebook has launched a geo-location app that allows users to easily share their location with other members of the popular social networking site.
Intel is preparing to wage an epic battle against ARM's current domination of the smartphone and tablet markets.
Symantec has positively identified a stealth trojan hidden in a Tapsnake video game app for Android smartphones.
T-Mobile has updated an online teaser page for its next Android device to show that the first phone to run on its next-gen HSPA+ network will be called the G2.
Imagine if you could boot multiple operating systems on an Atom-powered smartphone without spending hours hacking, modding or rooting.
Despite a large media campaign and lofty marketing speak that suggested Blackberry's Torch phone was going to revolutionize the world, deep discounts are already hitting the brand new Blackberry.
Android customers who don't like being forced to use Google's proprietary checkout system to pay for their apps may soon have a new choice thanks to a budding partnership with Paypal.
Larry Ellison and Oracle do not want Google's Android to keep on rockin' in the free world.
Asustek is prepping a sleek, Android-powered tablet that is expected to cost less than $400.
Worldwide smartphone sales have soared over the last quarter as prices have fallen.
In what's set to be one of the biggest-ever patent fights in the tech industry, Oracle has accused Google of infringing several of its Java patents with the development of Android.
Chrome to Phone allows users to quickly send content to Froyo-powered (Android 2.2) phones. The latest official extension for the popular browser currently supports the instant transfer of web pages, maps, YouTube videos, phone numbers and text.
Is that a Wireless Wide Area Network (WWAN) chipset inside your Android tablet?
Woah, Google's Android mobile OS just became even cooler! So, stop eyeing that shiny iPhone 4 or lusting after the burning BlackBerry Torch - because now you can issue voice commands to your Android smartphone.
Android continued its triumphant march forward during the second quarter of 2010, overtaking Apple's iOS to become the third-most-popular operating system in the world.
Dell's new hopeful iPad killer, the Streak, goes on sale today and although the entire tech community is keeping eyes on it, it seems to be more like everyone's watching a train wreck than an exciting new product launch.