LG is reportedly prepping an Android Nexus smartphone based on its flagship Optimus G handset.
A team of ex-Nokia employees has managed to raise $257.8 million to launch a "new" mobile operating platform based on MeeGo, an operating system jointly developed and recently abandoned by Intel and Nokia.
A recent survey conducted by a consumer research firm known as On Device recently polled 16,000 Apple iPhone owners in the United States.
How to transform your Android smartphone into a PS3 Netflix remote.
Motorola Mobility has introduced the Razr i, a slick smartphone that is powered by an Intel x86 chip rather than a RISC-based ARM processor.
A startup known as NexCrea is working on a concept Android smartphone that can be used as a handset, tablet, laptop or desktop computer.
Microsoft and Nokia are slated to debut the latest Lumia 920 handset on September 5.
Motorola Mobility and Verizon will reportedly introduce a next-gen smartphone on September 5 that features an edge-to-edge screen and works with LTE networks.
New software takes advantage of smartphones’ GPS and imaging abilities to pinpoint the location of distant objects as well as monitoring their speed and direction.
Samsung rolled out its long-awaited Galaxy Note II smartphone today at IFA 2012 in Berlin.
Specs for the slick new RAZR smartphone have leaked just days ahead of Motorola’s September 5th Verizon event.
Who doesn’t have an old Android smartphone or two sitting around on their desk in the shadows just gathering dust?
A Californian judge has overturned a widely-criticized ruling that RIM infringed an Mformation patent.
Facial recognition for the masses was once relegated to the pages of science fiction novels and futuristic dystopian worlds shown on the big screen.
Wireless provider MetroPCS has become the first company in the US to offer a smartphone capable of receiving and streaming free live mobile DTV broadcasts.
I was recently thinking about smartphones and how some of them, depending on age and model, won’t let you update the OS. Now some may think this poses a problem, but frankly, I wonder.
Handsets powered by Google’s popular Android operating system have apparently lost some ground to Apple’s iPhone in the lucrative US smartphone space.
Smartphone owners are projected to download approximately 36 billion apps in 2012 - averaging about 37 native apps for the typical user.
Reports about the next-generation iPhone - dubbed the iPhone 5 by certain publications and analysts - have reached a crescendo pitch.
Google's mobile Android operating system continues to dominate the smartphone market, claiming a whopping 51.8% of the lucrative space in June 2012.