New numbers on smartphones suggest they’ve notched a significant milestone. The global market topped 1 billion shipments for the first time in 2013, covering about one-seventh of the world’s population, according to research by IDC.
This will fail happen, according to the research firm, due to enterprise deployment of mobile device management (MDM) measures that are too restrictive. It also predicts that by 2018, less than 0.01 percent of consumer mobile apps will be considered a financial success by their developers.
Skullcandy has yet again come up with a sufficiently high-performance product at a reasonable price.
The European Central Bank (ECB) has warned that current smartphone operating systems represent a security risk as consumers adopt mobile payments.
EMS has launched its new range of “be” smartphones in five different models.
Sony today announced the Middle East and Africa launch of its Xperia C, a dual SIM Android smartphone.
Samsung made a lot of headlines this week, though probably not for the reasons it would like.
Sony has brought out the big guns with its Xperia Z Ultra. But given the device’s 6.4-inch display, is it simply too big for everyday use?
On pretty much every quantifiable level, Samsung’s Galaxy S4 beats the HTC One. But that’s not the entire story.
HTC has announced new content partnerships with Al Arabiya, Reuters, Al Jazeera, and CNNArabic.com, which will see stories from all four news outlets added to HTC Blinkfeed, the new HTC experience that aggregates user-relevant content to turn the HTC One home screen into a live information stream.