News and Articles About Smartphones
Slimmer wallets and lighter keychains: Mobile marketing startup Stampt is helping make customer loyalty cards as simple as pulling out your phone.
3G or 4G? WiMax, LTE or HSPA+? With so many options in the smartphone market, it's hard to know which is the best device on the best network at the best price.
The unveiling of its newest iPhone on Tuesday disappointed some who were looking for a major technology upgrade for the device.
BlackBerry maker Research In Motion has a new tool for helping you manage your company's wayward smartphones.
To keep up with mobile customers, having a mobile-ready website is key. Here's how to get one.
You know how important it is to back up your business computers--but what about your smartphones? Here are some of the best services and apps for preventing loss.
Forget clunky credit-card processing systems -- all you need is a smartphone and a new device to cut card-processing expenses.
Follow these tips to help ensure you don't get a monster phone bill the next time you travel overseas.
The 4G Atrix offers surprisingly powerful portable working experience.
Consider these tips to help you produce video that connects with your customers.
If you were thinking of ditching your BlackBerry, this new service isn't likely to make you change your mind.
From smartphones to tablets, a look at the hot new tech toys.
VoIP: It looks weird written out, it's fun to say and it can help you save money on your telecom costs.
Mobile applications redefined the user experience but represent only a pit stop in the continuing evolution.
Meet Cyriac Roeding, the man reinventing shopping for the mobile era.
Smartphone apps are particularly vulnerable to hackers as they access user information without permission.
Learn how a small nonprofit is seeking to save money and reduce paperwork by adopting tablet computers and smartphones.
The newest device based on Google's platform takes on the kingpin of business mobile smartphones.
Communicate your sense of style by connecting the Moshi Moshi 04i to your iPhone.
The three largest U.S. wireless providers have launched websites to hawk their business-focused mobile apps.
The BlackBerry Torch lights up the smartphone showdown with a functionality that's all business.
Apple's latest is as sexy as expected, but the biggest improvements lie below the surface.
A smartphone that lets you make up your own mind
Attract new customers and increase revenue with a niche application.
Verizon Droid is the first smartphone to come close to matching the iPhone's functionality and style.