With rumors that Sony might focus on just one Xperia Z flagship a year, we have to wonder — is this the best aproach? What else should Sony focus on to improve sales in 2015?
Google’s Android Wear is not without its nice showcases (the G Watch R comes to mind), but for me it simply can’t match wits with a product like the Gear S.
“We’ve been through hell, but we survived,” an executive told us during one of the company’s regular Frequencies meetups. But can HTC do more than just survive? Can it thrive again?
A fresh round of rumors about Samsung acquiring BlackBerry, or at least forming a closer partnership, have been sweeping the tech press. What are the pros and cons of a deal?
With rumors of Google getting ready to launch its own MVNO, we discuss what such a service might look like, and how it might differ from traditional carriers.
Microsoft has announced Windows 10, and it’s very mobile friendly. Does Microsoft have a chance of competing with Android in the smartphone industry?
Just a couple of years ago, Google turned some heads when it announced the quasi-Nexus-esque GPe program. Now it seems that the program has ended with the One M8 leaving the store today.
We take a look at some of the brands on the rise from CES 2015 and what they’re doing to get ahead in Android. Step inside for a close up of Alcatel, BLU, Lenovo, ZTE, and others.
We take a look back at 2014, the challenges that lie ahead, and ask what’s at stake for Samsung. Will the Galaxy S6 turn its fortunes around? How will it cope with the competition from Xiaomi and others.
In this guest post, Professor Borcea of the New Jersey Institute of Technology lays out his vision of cloud-augmented mobile computing and the potential impact his research could have on fields like healthcare and social services.