News and Articles About Smartphones
Some might find this an amazingly useful phone -- save for one glaring flaw.
These tools offer fast, easy ways to take notes, write documents or jot down ideas.
This new phone might be too large for many people -- for business or personal use.
The FBI has identified at least two new attacks against Android devices. Here's what you need to know.
The new update makes some functions easier, improves security and allows multiple user accounts.
As mobile device usage grows, your ads need to be where the action is. Here's what you need to know.
A new survey from the tech giant says having a website that's optimized for mobile viewing is a must for businesses.
With the enforced alone time, you might get more done in the air than on the ground. Here's how.
A side-by-side comparison on how well Samsung's flagship smartphone stands up to Apple's newest release.
A look at five of the smartphone's most important new features.
What business owners need to know about these developing technologies.
Consider these five tips for harnessing the power of this mobile technology.
Samsung was ordered to pay Apple $1 billion for infringing on its patents. Will this change the way other mobile devices are made?
Three tips for making your website smartphone-friendly.
From fee structures to device compatibility and support, here are the differences between mobile payment providers you should know about before getting started.
Answering these questions can help you decide which kind of device is best for you.
Both devices are rumored to be released next month, but here's why you might want to add the tablet to your wish list.
Follow these tips to limit distractions and focus on goal tracking.
The billionaire entrepreneur discusses what's helped her find success and how others can, too.
From device mounts to portable hard drives, these gadgets can keep you productive on your next vacation.
Need backup? The smartphone is your new personal assistant.
Device will include new 'Jelly Bean' operating system, with improved voice-enabled typing as well as a Siri-like search feature.
Consider this advice for keeping data charges on work smartphones and tablets as low as possible.
You can manage tasks, scan receipts and business cards, and limit email responses.
No-nonsense advice on how you can be more mobile friendly without all the guesswork.