News and Articles About Smartphones
Bloomberg's unnamed sources say Apple is testing a curved glass screen that 'covers almost the entire front of the device,' plus 'stainless steel materials and more advanced cameras.'
Even if you break the screen in half, it will stitch itself back together within a day.
The annual event features more than shiny new smartphones.
Nokia introduced a revamped version at this year's Mobile World Congress.
Brick-and-mortar stores have a lot to learn from online marketplaces.
Samsung's Galaxy S8 will be one of this year's hottest phones. Here's everything we know so far.
Besides a ton of phones, the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona will have augmented reality and virtual reality technology.
The creator of the iconic "CrackBerry" has fallen far behind its competitors.
Verizon Unlimited offers unlimited data, talk and text on smartphones for $80 per month.
A new generation of employees is taking over the workforce. Strategic thinking demands you discover their gifts and inclinations before your competitors do.
Wireless Internet and mobile network provider FreedomPop has a deal that frequent fliers shouldn't pass up.
The legal action by Nokia and Apple appear to mark a revival of the "smartphone patent wars" that began five years ago.
Design patent cases very rarely reach the Supreme Court. It had not heard such a case in more than 120 years.