HTC vows to ramp up marketing

It's no secret that HTC is in a world of trouble and its failure to stick to the HTC One launch schedule is making life for the Taiwanese phone maker even worse.

Google rules the smartphone market with Android

Google's mobile Android operating system continues to dominate the smartphone market, claiming a whopping 51.8% of the lucrative space in June 2012.

Report: Devs prefer Apple iOS over Android

A recent survey conducted by Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster seems to confirm that mobile developers prefer coding apps for iOS.

Euro operators criticise Nokia

Four of the biggest telecom carriers in Europe are unhappy with the Nokia Lumia phone range, a survey by Reuters reveals.

Apple to remain "influential" despite smartphone competition

Apple is expected to remain an "influential" presence in the smartphone market despite increased competition from Android and Windows Phone 7 devices. 

Microsoft's failed Kin might be making a comeback

Even though it was considered one of Microsoft's biggest flops in the mobile sector, Kin might be resurrected by Verizon - the exclusive carrer that found itself with thousands of unsold units once MS pulled the plug on the platform.

Windows Phone 7 coming in October, hitting Europe first

The first solid details on when we can actually expect a Windows Phone 7 phone to be on the market have finally surface, with Microsoft claiming that the platform will officially launch in October in Europe.

LG Fathom coming, with free mobile Office 2010

Verizon has announced that it will carry LG's upcoming Fathom phone, a Windows Mobile 6.5-powered device that will be one of the first to offer Microsoft's new mobile Office suite.

Microsoft Project Pink phones to appear this spring

More details have emerged of Microsoft's Project Pink phone - and it looks like it won't support Windows Phone 7.

Android has most free apps, Blackberry apps most expensive

Mobile app analytics research firm (yes, one exists) Disitmo has released some interesting statistics about the pricing structure for all major app platforms. Among the findings is the fact that more than half of Android's apps are free.

Mobile app e-tailer PocketGear buys rival Handango

PocketGear has announced its acquisition of Handango, combining the two mobile app services and offering a centralized outlet for more than 140,000 applications. Both sites are still being maintained separately.