Huawei revealed today that it sold 100 million smartphone units this year, surpassing local giants Xiaomi and Lenovo, as well as its own projections. That makes it the third-largest sales vendor, behind Samsung and Apple.
Japanese company Kyocera is set up to sell the Digno Rafre, the world's first soap-proof smartphone that you can rinse at the end of the day, because you're not the only thing in your life that needs a shower when all is said and…
BlackBerry rolled out the first of its promised monthly security updates, with some tweaks to improve the camera and the Priv’s software performance. The company will also soon update its Android apps, including BlackBerry Hub.
ShiftWear wants you to get personal with its “badass sneakers” that can display custom designs on a whim using an E Ink display and an app. The sneakers are up on Kickstarter, and they come in three different styles.
Samsung has filed patents for devices that feature flexible displays. The patents include a scrollable tube where users pull the display out, a flexible phone that acts like a book, and a bendable phone.
A new startup called Hansnap has hit its Kickstarter funding goal for what it calls “the world’s first hand-mounted smartphone filming system” -- a hand strap for mounting a handset or action camera for hands-free shooting.
Vaporcade says it has worked tirelessly to integrate texting, talking, and vaping into “one spectacular, innovative technology" it calls the Jupiter smartphone, and boast of its supposedly "limitless" applications.
Amid growing worldwide concerns about security (or lack thereof), China is reportedly undertaking efforts to build its very own secure smartphones, undermining American manufacturers' positions in the booming Asian market.
If you miss snapping your phone shut to punctuate the end of a phone call, never fear, as Samsung is hoping to bring the clamshell back with its W2016 smartphone. It features fast-charging, dual displays, and the classic key-pad.