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There will be lots of phone news from Spain this week and to kick things off HTC announced their new HTC One series. Thankfully, two of the three new devices are coming to the U.S.
There are hundreds of cases for the iPhone 4/4S and every once in a while something stands out above the rest. The iSkin aura Year of the Dragon case does just that and more.
As a person who owns multiple smartphones, it isn’t often that a couple make such an impression that they battle daily for my smartphone heart.
Kevin and I had plenty to talk about as we covered the last two weeks in mobile tech. Things are heating up after the holidays with lots of mobile shows coming our way.
The new Digital Innovations Speaker Dock for Android lets you connect just about any Android device and enjoy audio while charging your device.
SNL writers create some clever spoof commercials and the latest one about Verizon and it’s 4G LTE network is an instant classic. I am sure many readers can relate to this skit.
HTC announced that owners of many of their current Android smartphones will start seeing the ICS update in March.
Path messed up by grabbing user contact data without asking and now is scrambling to figure out how to calm people down. A full wipe of all data is a good first step, but anything less is unacceptable.
You might think Shazam is just for identifying music, but if you use the app this weekend during the Super Bowl you will find several ways to enhance your experience.
One of the small joys of winter is enjoying a Thin Mints cookie from the Girl Scouts with a cup of coffee or milk. This year they are celebrating 100 years and your mobile phone can help you get your cookie fix.
Samsung cut Nokia’s worldwide lead from 10% to just 4% in 2011 and Apple passed up LG. 2012 will likely see continued rise of Samsung and Apple in the global phone market.
There has been a lot of armchair quarterbacking taking place for RIM and if they can get a device like the one rumored at CrackBerry.com then they may still be in the running for the 3rd smartphone platform.
Smartphones seem to be all the rage today, but it turns out feature phones may still be more profitable than smartphones with over 70% of phones sold around the world being feature phones.
One of the reasons many smartphone enthusiasts pick up an Android smartphone is to tweak it with custom ROMs. However, you should also be careful or you could make things worse like I did.
HTC makes a lot of phones, but many only have slight improvements over existing models and thankfully we are now hearing they will reduce the number of devices and focus on quality improvements.
Windows Phone may finally start seeing some real adoption in 2012, but even if it doesn’t it is my personal preferred platform and you will see more regular Windows Phone Wednesday articles this year.
The iPhone is manufactured in China and in a very detailed and well-researched report the New York Times explains how it is not primarily due to the higher cost of labor in the U.S.
RIM needs to make changes and figure out a strategy to stay competitive in the smartphone market and a major first step was taken last night with the announcement that the co-CEOs are stepping down.
RIM’s smartphone market share continues to decline and nothing new is coming until at least the end of 2012. What should they do to stay relevant in today’s fast moving mobile world?
You may be seeing a lot of people looking at their smartphones on your daily commute and according to a recent Nielsen survey over 46% of U.S. mobile consumers now have smartphones.