H uawei lived up to its earlier smartphone hype by unveiling what it called "the world's slimmest smartphone" and throwing down the gauntlet to the world's leading smartphone makers, Samsung Electronics and Apple.
The European Commission is stepping up its ongoing informal investigation into Google's licensing tactics for its Android platform following a formal complaint made by several companies in April about Google's practices, according to a Financial Times report.
Symbian was once the biggest mobile operating system in the world, but Nokia appears set to stop new shipments of devices based on the Symbian OS this summer as sales taper off.
Bring-your-own-device (BYOD) is here to stay with corporate BYOD activity by full-time employees remaining steady at almost 60 per cent over the past two years, according to a new Ovum report.
Verizon Wireless is upgrading Samsung Electronics' Galaxy S III smartphone to run Google's Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean mobile operating system. The operator will push out the over-the-air update in the weeks ahead.
Tablet shipments will exceed those of portable PCs this year, as the slumping PC market is expected to see negative growth for the second consecutive year, according to latest statistics from research firm IDC. In addition, IDC expects tablet shipments to outpace the entire PC market by 2015.
If the first quarter of 2013 was any indication, consumers are experimenting with a wide range of devices and platforms, according to a recent report from Millennial Media. The company's Mobile Device Index is based on Millennial Media's platform and ad campaign data.
Which phone maker trumped the competition during the first quarter of 2013? ABI Research's Michael Morgan checks out the 12 manufacturers dominating the global handset landscape, providing sales data as well as insight into their strategy and competitive position in the market.
The numbers are in, and it's time to make sense of the data. ABI Research's Michael Morgan checks out the world's 12 largest branded cell phone makers in the first quarter of 2013, providing sales data as well as insight into their strategy and competitive position in the market.
The European Commission has sent questions to operators in Europe to determine whether Apple's sales tactics for the iPhone in Europe are shutting out smartphone rivals.