Yesterday the NPD Group released a report that shows Google’s Android OS now dominates 33% of the U.S. market share with RIM’s BlackBerry OS trailing in second with 28% and Apple steady at 22%.
According to SamMobile, Samsung is targeting a late November or early December release for Android L, at least for the Note 4 and Galaxy S5.
OnePlus announced on its blog that it’s going to adopt a pre-order system for the OnePlus One starting in late October.
According to a new report, the upcoming Verizon Droid Turbo will arrive in October with fast charging in tow.
FCC chairman Tom Wheeler talked about wanting the definition of broadband to be at least 10Mbps down for rural areas in the US and 25Mbps down for developed markets
Samsung announced today that its hotly anticipated Note 4 will go up for pre-order from tomorrow, September 19.
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The latest Star Wars game is essentially Clash of Clans set in the Star Wars universe, despite the developer’s insistence that it isn’t a clone.
Sony’s US website has now put up pre-registration pages for all three members of the Z3 family, with their status listed as “coming soon”.
HTC unveiled a phone celebrating the Champions League football competition.
Paul O’Brien, a trusted voice in the Android community, suggested that Nexus 9 could launch on October 16.
Wireless carriers claim that a texting number is their property.
There are some competing kids-focused tablets out there, like the Fuhu Nabi or Samsung’s Tab 3 Kids, but the Fire HD Kids Edition blows them out of the water with its generous warranty and free content.......
The SM-A500, one of Samsung’s “A series” phones that feature metal builds, popped up in the Chinese certification database, suggesting its release is getting close.