The head of Windows Phone, Terry Myerson, see Windows Phone as a scrappy start up, thinks Android is a mess and iOS may be running out of steam.
A possible leaked Staples memo points to a release date as early as April 26 for the Samsung Galaxy S4 on AT&T, with T-Mobile and Verizon trailing behind.
The internet found an unofficial workaround after the announcement that Facebook Home would only be officially supported on a paltry five devices.
The Federal Trade Commission has announced the winners of its Robocall Challenge, which includes two Google employees tapping into Gmail's spam filtering.
A new patent from Google hints at plans to use your GPS location to assist with camera settings. In reality, the GPS will be used to determine the current weather and whether your inside or outside.
Japanese carrier Softbank and Sprint have assured a U.S. lawmaker that Huawei equipment will not be added to Sprint's network after merger.
Joining the Apple-only section of Best Buy stores will be a Samsung-centric area for fans and potential converts of the brand. The expansion begins next month, right around the time the Galaxy S4 will launch in the U.S.
To help inspire Windows Phone 8 users everywhere, we've put together a few different Start screen layouts to show off its impressive customization options. Ultimately, we were impressed by the flexibility of the homescreen in comparison to other mobile operating systems.
At long last, our writer's grand Windows 8 experiment has come to an end. Now that he no longer has to rely entirely on the Microsoft ecosystem, will he stick around? What's the final verdict? Was it worthwhile?
Have you heard of Mobile World Congress? It doesn't have the mainstream recognition of CES or E3, but MWC has grown into one of the largest tech trade shows in the world in the past few years, concentrating solely on mobile. Join us as we tell you a little about the show.
Qualcomm is launching a global LTE chip supporting every network worldwide, making it possible to use your phone anywhere around the world, including countries with 3G CDMA or GSM networks.
Second screen apps iOS and Android devices were announced last night at the PlayStation 4 launch, designed to offer additional information and interaction with Sony's newest console.
Apple has filed a U.S. patent that describes a watch-like device, further feeding the rumor mill surrounding the mysterious and speculative iWatch. The new watch may not require any charging at all, instead relying on kinetic and solar energy for power.
Voice activation and speedier charging standards are set to arrive on upcoming devices with Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chips on board. The first recognizes your individual voice and the other charges devices 75 percent faster.
Vic Gundotra, a top-ranking engineer at Google, teased in a recent Google+ post that new Nexus devices will feature some big improvements to camera quality.