Though many have speculated Apple would release its second generation of iPad Minis this spring, equipped with Retina Display, a new report says it won't. It appears that the new iPad Mini will not debut until the third quarter of this year.
Blackberry CEO Thorsten Heins talks about the state of the smartphone industry, says that iOS may be on the brink of a major decline. Though it was innovative when the iPhone came out, it's now old news and Apple isn't keeping up with the innovation of other platforms.
Cloud storage company Dropbox recently acquired startup e-mail company Mailbox. As of now, Dropbox intends to help improve Mailbox's services, but a full-on integration could come down the road.
The Samsung Galaxy S 4 rumors suggest the phone will have SmartPause eye tracking, a new lock screen, floating touch, more efficient Web browsing, and a new display. The phone is set to debut later tonight at an event in New York City.
When HTC announced its new HTC One flagship phone, it made no mention of being made available on Verizon; a new rumor suggests that it will be. But the release to Verizon is expected to be delayed by several months behind the other three major carriers.
Little known mobile phone manufacturer, Blu Products, announced today its newest series of smartphones, the Blu Life Series. This affordable line of unlocked phones will be available late April.
New mini breathalyzer plugs into a user's iPhone or Android device and helps people decide if they've had too much to drink to drive. The innovator is still raising funds, but devices should start to ship in July.
A video was recently posted on YouTube, showing a new holographic ad installation inside a mall to promote the Nokia Lumia 920. The campaign is likely another attempt for the mobile provider to attempt regaining their position on top of the mobile world.
AT&T announced today that the latest version of Android is now available for download on all Sony Xperia TL devices. Users should start to receive notifications on their devices.
At this year's SXSW conference in Austin, TX, Google unveiled a series of apps that will accompany its latest product: Google Glass. The only apps that have been announced are Evernote, Gmail, New York Times, and Path.
A new study shows that the majority of mobile users won't give an app more than two attempts after not living up to their expectations. This means developers are under a lot of pressure to produce impeccable, impressive apps.
Google recently filed for a patent that would allow for simple touch controls on the backside of a mobile device. While Apple applied for a similar patent years ago, the technology has not made its way into the market yet.
Marvel has announced that it will be offering digital versions of debut comics to users for download at no cost, for a limited time. The offer is to help promote the introduction of music to future digital downloads.
T-Mobile unveiled a series of ad campaigns that targets rival, and former potential partner, AT&T. While the ads have not yet debuted, we're looking forward to the repercussions they produce.
Finally, 17 months after its debut, Android 4.x finally overshadows its predecessor, Android 2.x Gingerbread. The slow roll-out can be attributed to both delays from carriers, as well as manufacturer updates to Android-friendly devices.