Samsung and BlackBerry have released only short teasers of their upcoming Superbowl ads, hoping to garner interest and curiosity among viewers.
IDC has released its report on the state of the tablet market, and it's showing some surprising growth for some companies, as well as stagnation for others.
BlackBerry 10 is out in the wild, but doesn't mean it will succeed. What can BlackBerry do if BB 10 fails?
Pantech has announced a new 5.9-inch smartphone with a 1080p display, hoping it will fit in a market with more and more phablets.
Sprint has announced that it's launching a new, rugged, LTE smartphone, as well as additional LTE coverage
Localytics has released a report detailing the market share of Android tablets in the United States,and Amazon's Kindle Fire is enjoying an impressive lead.
Google has requested FCC permission to build an "experimental radio network," but is it worth getting hyped about?
DigiTimes retracted its report that Apple was releasing a 5-inch iPhone this year, but that doesn't mean it may not ever come.
T-Mobile’s new Chief Marketing Officer Mike Sievert tells us how the carrier plans to change the wireless market through its defiant “Uncarrier” philosophy.
AT&T has announced its intention to buy the remaining assets of Alltel for $780 million, ending four years of acquisitions for the former carrier.
In a fun nod to the emerging geek community around 3D printing, Nokia has released the 3D specs for its Lumia 820 shell, allowing anyone with the right tools to create a 3D case for their phone.
iPad production rates are down. Is the full-size Apple tablet in trouble?
You may have never heard of Kobo, but last year it sold millions of e-readers and it plans for yet another successful year of sales and performance on the horizon.
Simple, the exclusive invitation-only bank that claims to help you spend better, has just released a beautiful new native app for Android.
ASUS is launching a 150-dollar tablet for emerging markets and frugal customers everywhere, but is it worth the investment compared to other low-cost tablets?