Android and iOS relegated Windows Phone, BlackBerry, Symbian, Bada, to the fringes, jointly making up 92.3 percent of the smartphone operating system market, according to the latest data by market analyst IDC. Microsoft has a long way to go, but has reason to cheer.
HTC First was the first device that comes with the Facebook Home interface for Android. Although it was presented only five weeks ago, AT&T first lowered the price and now plans to discontinue the phone and return every unsold inventory to the company.
NEC innovated the first liquid cooling for smartphone SoCs, its first implementation is the Medias X, which uses a tiny coolant channel to keep a Snapdragon 600 chip cool. Liquid cooling could be the way forward for designers striving for slim, lightweight devices.
The biggest takeaway from BlackBerry's Orlando media event this afternoon wasn't the BlackBerry Q5, which takes BlackBerry 10 platform to the masses; rather the company's announcement of taking BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) to them, by announcing free Android and iOS apps.
BlackBerry Q5 is the company's latest, and most affordable device based on its BlackBerry 10 platform, unveiled today at an event in Orlando. It covers the non-enterprise essentials of the platform, while keeping the Q10's DNA, and targeting the youthful masses.
Thanks to Xperia Blog, we have a chance to see a new Xperia family member joining the battle. The smartphone was internally known as S39h, but there are no leaked specifications, just images. Judging by the model number, it could sit just above the 4.3-inch Xperia L.
While most of us are either anxious to see new iPhone or are already bored with what to expect from the Apple's new flagship smartphone. One way or another, the iPhone 6 has appeared in Vodafone UK database which means the smartphone is near its launch.
At its media event in London, Nokia announced the Lumia 925, its newest flagship smartphone, targeting bigger global markets than the Lumia 928. Its chops? Being the first Windows-driven smartphone with a sleek silvery aluminum chassis that makes it super-light.
While we had a chance to see leaked photos of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S 4 Mini, now we have further information about the phone's specifications. There won't be a quad-core processor due to the size of the phone. Instead, Samsung plans to use a dual-core Exynos 5210
With summer around the corner for most parts of the world, Samsung is wooing buyers with a new color option for its Galaxy S 4 flagship, Arctic Blue, which joins the Frost White and Black Mist color options the 5-incher launched with. A Japan-exclusive, for now.