Huawei showcases tricked-out phablet ahead of CES 2013.
Remdond has been heavily promoting its Microsoft Surface RT tablet for months now, although sales of the device have been less-than-stellar, at least compared to Android devices and Apple's iPad.
There are several Windows 8 pro tablets on the market powered by Intel's Atom Z2760 processor.
HP's Windows 8-powered ElitePad 900 tablet has hit pre-order with a $649 price point.
RIM is betting the farm on its upcoming BlackBerry 10 OS, which the smartphone maker recently showcased at its Jam conference in California.
Google's next official "Nexus" product is a new 4-inch smartphone being manufactured by LG.
Nokia has partnered with Verizon to become the exclusive carrier of its most recently announced smartphone, the Lumia 822.
Motorola has updated its Droid Razr HD and Droid Razr Maxx HD so they can connect with the Isis mobile payment platform.
The Pentagon has decided to roll out Android phones and iPhones to its more than 100,000 employees.
A major Google Android event was scheduled to take place in an area of New York City that is currently in the middle of a mandatory evacuation.
LG has officially released the source to the Ice Cream Sandwich update for the Optimus 2X phone.
It looks like Google is in fact planning to launch a smartphone with the same branding as its highly successful tablet.
It is expected that the Sprint version of the Galaxy S III might start seeing a rollout to the Android 4.1 update today.
AT&T has announced its official launch date for the Galaxy Note II.
Sony has provided a specific rollout schedule for when its Xperia phones will be getting the push to Android 4.1.
The latest entry in Nokia's brand-redifining Lumia brand has been introduced.
Approximately 2% of all Android devices are using the most up-to-date firmware; how does that compare with iOS?
Well, according to industry tracker Chitika, about 61% of all mobile Apple devices are now powered by the latest version of the iOS operating system.
Imagine a smartphone you only had to charge once a week.
Another phone has been confirmed for a Jelly Bean upgrade in 2013.
After months of delays and disruptions in the market that made analysts wonder if it would ever materialize, Isis has finally launched.