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HTC goes low-end amid struggle to compete in smartphone market

Feb 11, 2014
The Taiwanese phone maker considers new moves after a disappointing earnings report.
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Microsoft's Nokia deal: Modeled on Apple comeback?

Sep 3, 2013
Microsoft acquires Nokia in a $7.2 billion deal that aims to make Microsoft a player in the mobile-phone market.
Posted In: Microsoft, nokia, apple, smartphones

Will Ubuntu revolutionize mobile computing?

Aug 14, 2013
A startup seeks to make your smartphone into your PC.
Posted In: mobile, smartphones, cloud computing

Hacking the doors of the future

Aug 13, 2013
"Smart homes" that can be unlocked by smart phones are around the corner, but so are hacks that will unlock the front door.
Posted In: smartphones, 3D printing, computer security

LG unveils the G2 smartphone

Aug 8, 2013
LG's flagship smartphone has features that could make it stand out in a crowded market.
Posted In: lg, smartphones

Is Samsung treading water until the Galaxy S5?

Jul 26, 2013
Even though Samsung is still growing , its profits likely won’t ease concerns the company is in a bit of trouble.
Posted In: samsung, apple, smartphones, mobile

In your face, Wall Street!

Jul 25, 2013
Facebook says that mobile advertising now makes up more than 40 percent of the firm's ad revenue. But will users be turned off?
Posted In: Facebook, mobile, smartphones

Moto X: Can it compete?

Jul 23, 2013
Since Google bought Motorola and its boatload of patents last year, there's been plenty of speculation the old cellphone company would build a new product.
Posted In: Google, motorola, mobile, smartphones

Can the Jonas Brothers quell Huawei spying concerns?

Jul 17, 2013
Chinese tech company Huawei is teaming up with pop group Jonas Brothers to boost its image in America. Huawei wants to be known in the U.S. for its new smartphones, but so far, it's mostly famous in Congress.
Posted In: huawei, China, smartphones

Chinese social media app targets the U.S. market

Jul 16, 2013
Wechat, the wildly popular texting app from the Chinese Internet giant Tencent, has nearly 400 million users worldwide. It plans to target American consumers next.
Posted In: China, Wechat, Tencent, smartphones, texting

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