HTC’s been having some tough times lately. While one of the major manufacturer of Android devices, the company is having a hard time enjoying the same amount of success as its key rival Samsung, who, other than Apple, is the...
Ready for the battle of the phones? This year's crop of high-end smartphones is starting to emerge, like bear cubs crawling out of their burrows, sniffing the spring air. First out is the HTC One, a handsome, powerful animal...
The Galaxy S 4, Samsung's latest and greatest, has a cute feature we'll probably see in a lot of phones soon: You can shoot both yourself and your surroundings at the same time, using the front- and back-mounted cameras....
HTC and Microsoft go a long way back when the company used to exclusively make smartphones running Windows Mobile. Naturally, then, when Microsoft released Windows Phone, HTC was onboard with some really neat devices at...
Tablet computers fueled growth in 2012 in the market for "smart connected devices," which crossed the threshold of one billion units for the first time, a study showed Tuesday.
Since Windows 8's debut in October, there have been a range of hot-looking devices that try to combine elements of tablets and traditional PCs. These hybrids seem as if they would be great both for relaxing with an e-book and for writing stories when I occasionally need to snap back into work mode.
A handful of new smartphone platforms are expected to become available this year, challenging the stranglehold of the two market leaders, Google's Android and Apple's iOS.
Technology giants Apple, Google and Amazon are furiously maneuvering for position in the online music business and looking at ways to make streaming profitable, despite the fact that pioneer Pandora has never made a profit.
The average smartphone has 41 apps, and each day more new mobile devices are activated than there are children born into the world.
New figures suggest that a love of watching the big game can drive consumers into becoming early technology adopters.
Germans carry the most devices and Australians the least but nearly all people carry at least a smartphone, and while e-readers are falling out of fashion as a portable companion, MP3 players are still popular in people's pockets.
Consumers are increasingly turning to their smartphones and tablets to govern their choice of TV show and, with the development of a number of new app functions, are actually using their mobile devices as remote controls for their TV sets.
Keep computers in a common area so you can monitor what your kids are doing. It's a longstanding directive for online safety - but one that's quickly becoming moot as more young people have mobile devices, often with Internet access.
Shipments of tablets running Google Inc's Android will overtake the iPad this year for the first time, research house IDC predicted on Tuesday, as Apple Inc cedes more mobile market share to hard-charging rivals around the globe.
New figures show that despite being in the minority, Apple's handsets are responsible for two-thirds of internet video consumption.
The Android operating system accounted for 79 percent of all malware infections on smartphones, and the threat is multiplying, a security firm said Thursday.
Google has retaken the role of superstar of the tech sector with a stunning stock rally as rival Apple flounders.
HTC’s been having some tough times lately. While one of the major manufacturer of Android devices, the company is having a hard time enjoying the same amount of success as its key rival Samsung, who, other than Apple, is the only other company in the mobile segment making any appreciable amount of profit.
Samsung's newest Galaxy S4 smartphone is just a revamped version of its top-selling S3 phone with a bigger screen and a few software gimmicks. Samsung Galaxy S4 will be launched in India on Friday at Rs 41,500.