A Google executive has confirmed that it will not develop any apps for Microsoft's Windows 8 platform.
Three of Nokia's Windows Phone 8 Lumia handsets are now available for pre-order in China.
Smartphone manufacturer Huawei has announced that it will open a new research and development in Finland.
A new report released by the IDC has indicated that Samsung and Apple are the two top competitors in the mobile space during this holiday season.
Google has announced that its Apps for Business suite is not longer free for new subscribers.
Microsoft launched a Twitter advertising campaign aimed at getting Android users to complain about their devices. However, the company's ploy flopped.
Samsung has just launched its $50 Galaxy Muse MP3 player, an accessory to its existing line of Galaxy smartphones.
As 2012 comes to a close, Apple CEO Tim Cook has sat down with the media to discuss what's at the company's core.
In an attempt to break into the mobile industry, Dish Network may begin selling smartphones at its Blockbuster brick and mortar locations.
Brokerage firm Detwiler Fenton has estimated that sales of Microsoft's Surface tablet will turn out to be lower than expected for this quarter.
A new study has shown that most Internet traffic from mobile devices comes from iOS devices, such as various models of iPhones and iPads.
Google's Android mobile operating system accounted for most of the mobile market share in 2012, and it is expected to keep that spot for another four years.
Toshiba has announced that its Excite 10 SE tablet, the successor to the Excite 10 LE, will launch on Dec. 6. It features Android 4.1 out of the box.
Versions of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and higher will be getting an update that brings new features to its Gmail app, the company revealed on Monday.
A new study has shown that Nokia owns most of the Windows Phone market share, with its Lumia 920 device proving to be the most popular Windows Phone 8 smartphone.