North Korea's very own smartphone

Aug 16, 2013
The closed dictatorship just released its very own smartphone with an Android operating system. Now all they need is some internet access.

Moto X enters the smartphone market, but can it hang with the big kids?

Aug 2, 2013
Motorola says what makes the phone different is so-called contextual computing, a tech buzz phrase which means the phone can tell when its in your hand versus in your car.

The smartphone killed the camera. Is the GPS unit next?

Jul 31, 2013
Garmin and other GPS companies are struggling to sell consumer GPS units in an iPhone world.

Even Google struggles with mobile ads

Jul 22, 2013
Google will make mandatory a plan forcing customers to buy advertising across all platforms.
The Google logo is seen at the Google headquarters in Mountain View, Calif.
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T-Mobile's plan: $10 monthly for phone upgrades twice a year. Worth it or not?

Jul 11, 2013
The cellular carrier announced a new program that will allow customers to upgrade their phones up to twice a year for a $10 monthly charge.

Samsung's huge profits aren't good enough for investors

Jul 5, 2013
Samsung is selling huge numbers of smartphones and its profits are up 47 percent. Not good enough, say investors.

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Motorola announces new 'aware' smartphone

May 30, 2013
Motorola CEO has announced that the company will revamp its line of gadgets and manufacture devices in the U.S.

Firefox focuses on new smartphone users in Latin America, Eastern Europe

May 28, 2013
Mozilla plans to offer its own operating system for smartphones, but not in Western Europe, the U.S, or China. Instead, the company will focus on countries in Latin America and Eastern Europe.

Smartphone wars: Two is company, but Microsoft, Apple, and Google is a crowd

May 20, 2013
Windows phone beats out BlackBerry, iPhones shipments fall, while Android nearly doubles. Who will be the winners and losers in the new smartphone world order?