News and Articles About Smartphones
The ecommerce powerhouse says will open pop-up kiosks in San Francisco and Sacramento, just in time for the holiday shopping season.
Apple's iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus to Be Available in More Than 115 Countries -- Just in Time for the Holidays
It's the fastest iPhone rollout in company history.
Waygo, a mobile app, takes a snapshot of written text and translates it into basic English.
A size contest seems to have erupted among today's leading smartphone manufacturers.
Goldgenie takes smartphones and gives them a little extra bling.
GT Advanced Technologies suffered the consequences after Apple decided not to use its scratch-resistant sapphire glass screens for the iPhone 6.
Sales of older inventory are actually booming, fueled oddly enough by new phones from Apple, Samsung and Motorola, according to mobile accessory companies.
The South Korea-based tech giant is expecting its first annual earnings drop since 2011.
With its iPhone 6 and iOS 8, Apple has introduced a few features that have been available on Android smartphones for quite some time. But some say Apple is still leagues behind in other ways.
The cell phone is a smidge over 30 years old and the first commercial iteration was priced at almost $4,000.
Even as it pivots to focus more on software and services, the company that gained fame for its smartphones is not giving up on its handset business -- yet.
Sure, the iPhone 6 just came out. But let's be honest. It's far from perfect.
Among our favorites? A task manger that gamifies your accomplishments and a background music player that incorporates neuroscience.
In making vast troves of smartphone data only available to each device's owner, the FBI argues, a critical crime-solving tool has been compromised.
Because, you know, cell reception is probably important.
Some customers have had problems with iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus bending from being kept in pockets.
The company broke its own sales record from last year and had twice as many opening weekend sales than it did with the iPhone 5 in 2012.
The struggling tech maker is hoping to rebound with the release of the Passport, which it calls the 'IMAX of productivity.'
The hoards have begun gathering ahead of the iPhone 6 release tomorrow. Here's a look.
The line of people out front of Apple's flagship store was completely ridiculous.
The struggling tech maker expects to post an annual net loss that's nearly five times more than initially estimated.
By removing a critical majority of his iPhone apps, the designer Jake Knapp says he lengthened his attention span and relearned how to 'enjoy (or at least be okay with) moments of boredom.'
Former Apple CEO John Sculley argues, however, that Samsung and others still have some time to come up with an alternative.
A theme park in China has created a 164-foot lane for pedestrians to use as they tap away at their phones. The concept borrows heavily from an experiment conducted by National Geographic in Washington, D.C., last July.