Samsung and Apple aren’t the only companies enjoying the fruits of the smartphone market’s growth.
Establishing its own brand identity by moving away from “stock” Android has done Samsung a lot of good.
Upcoming smartphone releases from Sharp and Kyocera to Japan’s AU KDDI network may hint at the future direction of other …
Ultramobile devices such as Samsung’s ATIV Q are blurring the lines that long separated the various form-factors.
The number of Americans with portable touch-screens is rising rapidly, according to the Pew Internet & American Life Project.
Apple is reportedly considering “phablets” and cheap iPhones for its development slate.
The ITC decision, which will ban older iPhone and iPad models from U.S. import, has elevated the conflict between the two tech titans to a whole new level.
The Moto X device will reportedly be self-aware. Let’s hope it doesn’t seize control of some nukes.
Rampant smartphone theft is a rising concern in cities. Will manufacturers and carriers submit to installing a device “kill switch”?
Samsung is exploring the science-fiction concept of controlling a mobile device with the power of thought.