Google has become the inaugural advertiser on the huge billboard display in front of the Marriott Marquis hotel in Times Square, New York City.
The Samsung Galaxy Note Edge is now available for purchase in the US, with prices ranging between $840 and $946.
Though a major global player, Huawei hasn’t been able to crack the mainstream US market. In a recent WSJ interview the SVP offers a look at what’s going on.
The first signs are encouraging for Samsung, with customers in several European countries lining up to buy the Galaxy S5.
Mobile devices are in, traditional computing and television service are out according to the February Nielson Digital Consumer Report. At an average of 4 portable web enabled devices per person, the US has three times more smartphone owners per-capita than the global average.
If you’re in the U.S. and you are wondering when the ZTE Grand S will arrive, we have some unfortunate news: it release date has been delayed until 2014.
A second Galaxy Mega 6.3 version has been spotted with the FCC, this time around sporting 4G LTE support. Will this model work with U.S. carriers?
Is this new way of selling services a viable business for T-Mo? Will the no subsidy model spread in the US, or is it just a false alarm?
According to a Financial Times report, the first few batches of Google Glass could be manufactured in the US, at an assembly facility in Santa Clara.
After receiving approval of its plans from the city council, Olathe, Kansas became the third city that is set to receive Google Fiber services soon.