Phonesat STRaND-1 - a nanosatellite carrying a Google Nexus One smartphone - was launched into orbit from India earlier this week.
Intel says it is accelerating its mobile computing push with new Atom chips for Android smartphones and tablets, along with a multimode-multiband LTE platform due to ship in the first half of 2013.
Asus pulled the wraps off of several new devices during Mobile World Congress 2013 this week in Barcelona, Spain.
LG has officially announced its latest smartphone in Korea, but the long-awaited device will be coming to the United States as well.
Paranoid Android can best be described as a customized version of Google's mobile Android operating system loaded with a feature known as Hybrid Engine (HE).
Over the past few years, there have been a number of manufacturers who attempted to switch up the status quo in terms of mobile device form factors.
Acer has debuted an Intel x86-powered smartphone built around the latter company's Lexington SoC architecture which is aimed at emerging mobile markets.
Approximately 200 million tablets will have shipped worldwide since 2009, with an additional 1 billion tablets forecasted to ship over the next 5 years.
Strategy Analytics confirms that Google's wildly popular mobile operating system claimed approximately 70.1% of the lucrative smartphone market in the fourth quarter of 2012.
Dual-screen smartphones are not exactly a new concept, although there aren't very many, if any, such devices on the mainstream mobile market.
A few days ago, a leaked slide turned up teasing the LG Optimus G Pro, along with a few basic specs.
Mozilla has been coding and refining its mobile-specific Firefox OS for quite some time now.
Nokia has published its fourth-quarter financial results which were buoyed by better-than-expected mobile sales and exceeded industry expectations.
Samsung is showcasing a rather interesting smartphone prototype that boasts a flexible OLED screen at CES 2013 in Las Vegas.
Corning's stalwart Gorilla Glass has been used to cover sensitive LCD smartphone and tablet displays for quite some time now.
There are a massive number of Android devices - including smartphones and tablets - on the mobile market today.
Canonical has introduced a smartphone-specific version of Linux Ubuntu which uses all four edges of the screen to render a more immersive UI experience.
Japan's NTT Docomo has teamed up with Samsung and Intel to promote the development of a new mobile operating system for smartphones and tablets.
A phablet is basically a device that boasts a larger screen than your typical smartphone, yet is smaller than your average tablet.
3D body motion tracking has been used by Hollywood studios to make films and video games for years.