With Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) confirmed for June, information on the next mobile operating system continues to surface.
The next generation of the iPad mini is long expected to have Retina Display, but a new report states the component may be putting a strain for Apple.
A Windows Phone YouTube video showing a wedding gone badly is going viral.
Google’s mobile platform is proving to be the most utilized smartphone operating system worldwide.
A glitch has been identified when typing President Barack’s Obama’s last name on Apple’s iMessage app.
Google's answer to Siri, Google Now, has just hit iOS platforms including the iPhone and iPad. The app, which, acts as a personal assistant, informs users of tailored information based on their habits.
Even after the launches of the iPhone 4S and iPhone 5, it is the iPhone 4 that leads in advertising shares.
Apple has allegedly returned millions of iPhones back to its manufacturing partner in China due to alarming defects.
It may not have the same sales figures as Apple or Samsung, but Nokia is topping customer satisfaction survey among most major U.S. carriers.
When it comes to advertising on the tablet, Apple trounces its competition.
As companies continue to reveal their first quarter earnings, data regarding the global smartphone market is also showing mixed results for two top organizations.
With Apple's Worldwide Developer's Conference (WWDC) approaching, enthusiasts of the Cupertino-based company could experience a glimpse of their next mobile operating system.
The launch of the next Apple smartphone and tablet might not take place this summer, based on comments made by the company’s CEO.
Samsung's Galaxy S4 will be hitting U.S. shores anytime soon, and as consumers scramble to keep up with the latest technology, there's one important question that should be asked: Is it for you? Here, we take a look at how the Galaxy S4's stacks up against another behemoth, the iPhone 5.
The rumors for the iPhone 5S continue with reports of delays and a new feature.