The T-Mobile version of Samsung's flagship tablet finally has Ice Cream Sandwich.
Nokia Music has just gone live in the US.
For the first time, a new Microsoft operating system will launch with a slew of new video games.
The first tablet to get Google's official seal of approval has now been given the same stamp from HBO.
After confirming that Android 4.1 will be hitting the Galaxy S III, Samsung is a bit less clear on the phone's predecessor.
The iPhone 5 might be facing a problem in the supply chain.
ESPN's ScoreCenter iPad app has been downloaded nearly 29 million times, and now it's time for an upgrade.
We're finally getting a solid time frame on Samsung's flagship phone getting pushed to the latest version of Android.
Sony is continuing its simplistic naming convention when it comes to the Xperia brand of smartphones.
Nokia has posted what it hopes will become a viral video, ahead of the launch of Windows Phone 8.
It's almost the end of August and HTC has not updated its plans to roll out Ice Cream Sandwich to the Droid Incredible 2.
Smartphone companies and various automotive heavyweights are attempting to reduce the number of distractions that drivers face during their daily commute.
LG has unveiled its latest addition to the Optimus family of smartphones.
T-Mobile has issued a memo telling employees to "sell against the iPhone."
Internal Radio Shack information shows that the company is planning its own mobile network.
Verizon is fully in support of Microsoft's new mobile operating system.
If you have a Galaxy Nexus phone and don't have the latest version of Android yet, blame Verizon.
It looks like the first Blackberry 10 devices will be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon processor.
The latest version of Google's Android will soon be going live on Samsung's latest flagship smartphone.