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The two biggest cellular providers in the United States are working together to bring a better voice call feature to cellular handsets that can access LTE networks in 2015.
Due to backlash, Congress has passed a bill that will legalize unlocking handsets. The President is expected to sign this bill into law, which will reinstate choice in cellular providers.
In what has been officially described as 'company scaling', BlackBerry has further reduced the number of employees at its product testing unit in the corporate Washington headquarters.
Facebook has been mentioning quite a bit about its "new home on Android" lately. It seems their new home could also be your home-screen, linking your Android phone and profile even more closely.
iFixit has taken to BlackBerry's flagship Z10 smartphone, showing how you too can do the same with your phone if you need to repair it. How well does the Z10 stack up in regards to repairs?
It's not often you come across a brand new phone for good money, but HTC's 8X handsets could be as little as $79 through Best Buy and eBay (excluding the contract), which we'll admit is enticing.
A leaked roadmap originating from T-Mobile has given us a potential release date for the HTC 8X, as well as a previously unheard of device identified as the "Dell BMW"; any idea what that could be?
A cordial email between a customer and Bell Mobile's president yielded information. The Canadian carrier isn't packing the 920, but will bring two "leading manufacturers" - likely Samsung and HTC.
An executive at AT&T believes that all computing devices should not be limited to just having Wi-Fi connections but should also all have some kind of cellular wireless technology as well.
Paul takes a look at five of his favorite looking smartphones of the past few years, picking out phones he appreciates the design style of. Some you may never have expected to see listed!
A new study suggests that British people spend more than six billion pounds annually on phone contracts, with more than two-thirds of that being spent on overpriced contracts.
As the number of phones with touch screens increases the issue of usability for the visually impaired. A new application called Fleksy is intended to help reduce that problem, improving accessibility.
After complaints from other countries that the new iPad could not connect at 4G LTE speeds, Apple has apparently rebranded the iPad on its store as Wi-Fi + Cellular.
A startup called Chamtech took to Google's 'Solve for X' event to show off their awesome new invention, a super efficient organic canned antenna that you can spray onto almost any surface.
Gadget envy, anyone? US mobile carrier T-Mobile has wasted no time in hitting out at Verizon following that carrier's iPhone 4 announcement on Tuesday. Following a similar theme to previous ads for the myTouch 4G, a...
Intel Corp., the world's biggest maker of microchips, is freshening up its money-losing communications business with a new set of chips for cell phones, days ahead of its quarterly earnings report. The Santa...
A proposed Wi-Fi security standard for office systems is finding another use in technology that promises to let people roam easily between cell phone and Wi-Fi networks. Gemplus announced Thursday that it is...