Nokia has scrapped its smartphone software for Microsoft's supercharged mobile operating system. Now a world enamored by Apple's iPhone and Android handsets needs reason to care.
Nokia, the world's leading mobile phone maker, said Monday that its new E7 business smartphone, whose release had been delayed from the end of 2010, will be on sale in "select markets" this week.
Mobile phones are set to dramatically shake up the global news industry, as cellphones increasingly become a basic consumer essential and users upgrade their handsets with greater frequency.
(AP) -- Taiwan's top smartphone maker HTC said Friday its fourth-quarter earnings more than doubled from a year earlier amid strong demand in global markets.
Jawbone on Thursday introduced ERA headsets designed for people who want to get the best out of their smart gadgets as Internet lifestyles go increasingly mobile.
US coffee chain Starbucks on Wednesday began allowing customers in its US stores to keep their cash and credit cards in their wallets and pay for their drinks with mobile phones.
(AP) -- Nokia Corp. said Friday its top N8 model, aimed at making up lost ground in the smart phone market, has had power problems with some handsets not turning on after recharging.
(AP) -- Samsung Electronics, the world's biggest seller of computer memory chips, forecast Thursday that third-quarter operating profit likely eased from the previous quarter's record high amid signs that growth in global ...
Smartphones powered by Google's Android software were the most popular among US consumers over the past six months ahead of the Blackberry and Apple's iPhone, the Nielsen Co. said on Tuesday.
Indian handset maker Micromax, which is taking on Nokia and other foreign brands in its home market, has sold a stake to investors in a deal that values the group at more than 440 million dollars.