In partnership with mobile networks and businesses, Google has announced plans to incorporate an updated messaging standard, Rich Communications Services into a unified app for Android devices.
Samsung Electronics has made an important step on the road to 5G with the commercial readiness of a 5G RF Integrated Circuit. With MWC coming up we should hear more news from the company about 5G.
After its parent company, BT, announced its third set of price increases in sixteen months in January, EE is now informing its customers that their prices will rise by 2.5% from next month.
Nokia is holding a competition via its Facebook page that pits the Nokia 3310 against the Nokia 1200. The live stream is ongoing and has folks that are vying for your vote.
Facebook has integrated a new weather-centric section in its popular social platform. The company states that 95% of the global population can already access the feature on desktop and mobile.
According to the news site Fast Company, a source with “knowledge of Apple's plans” has stated that a version of next iPhone is expected to cost more than one thousand dollars.
After a week of its announcement, the free-to-play game Fallout Shelter by Bethesda is now available to download for Xbox One and Windows 10. The game is already available for iOS and Android.
In a bid to help travelers stay connected, AT&T will soon release its new International Day Pass, offering unlimited talk and text plus access to their plan's included data within 100+ countries.
The Swift 2 X will launch with Cyanogen 13.1, but will later be upgraded to Android Nougat. The £219 device features a 16MP sensor, 3GB RAM and a microSD card slot for storage expansion.
Pornhub has released its yearly report regarding usage statistics for the past year. Mobile streaming and interest in VR is rising, while Windows users continue to dominate desktop usage.
After alluding to a new OneNote experience late last year, Microsoft has rolled out a feature update to the OneNote UWP app on the Windows Insider Fast ring with the Slow ring soon to follow.
The latest entry in the US-branded Stylo line runs Android 7.0, features a 5.7-inch 720p screen and a 13MP rear shooter. It comes with an integrated stylus which can be stowed inside the device.
Atari says its new mobile game "includes a mixture of authentic playability, depth of gameplay and unique graphical style of Chris Sawyer's original best-selling RollerCoaster Tycoon PC Games."
While Xiaomi sold 3 million phones in India in Q3, Acer sold just 30,000 during the entire year. With its global share at 0.04%, Acer is now pulling out of the world's fastest-growing mobile market.
It's already launched on iOS, and it's coming to Android next year - but if you were hoping Nintendo was planning to expand Super Mario Run with new levels and content, you're out of luck.
Vine has clarified that it is not fully shutting down the service, but instead transitioning to a pared-down 'Vine Camera' app, with its website being transformed into an archive of Vines.
Given that its Windows 10 Mobile devices are reaching the end of their retail lives, and its mobile market share stands at around 0.4%, you may well be wondering if Microsoft will show up at MWC 2017.
MediaTek has announced a refresh of its deca-core Helio X20 and Helio X25 processors that offer higher clockspeeds on both the CPU and GPU. MediaTek says this provides a 20% performance boost.
Samsung has announced that it will prevent its fiery flagship from connecting to mobile networks in Australia from December 15, in an effort to force remaining owners to return the device.
Nearly three years after Nokia sold its mobile business to Microsoft, mobile phones have now returned to its site, along with the promise of new "Nokia smartphones running Android" in 2017.
Jolla's Android/iOS alternative Sailfish mobile OS has achieved domestic certification in Russia, amid attempts by the Russian government to reduce reliance on Western tech giants.
IDC optimistically predicted that Windows phones would grab 20% of the global smartphone market by 2015; now, it forecasts just 0.1% share by 2020 - but that latest prediction may well prove accurate.
HP has released a third firmware update for the Elite x3 running Windows 10 Mobile. If you are currently using the device, be sure to head over to Settings to download the latest update.
Microsoft's Satya Nadella says the company "will continue to be in the phone market", although it won't define its efforts by what its rivals offer, but by what it can uniquely offer to its customers.
After a report claimed that HTC has been making preparations to sell off its troubled mobile division, a spokesperson for the Taiwanese manufacturer has said that it "strongly denies this rumor".
Google has updated Gmail on iOS for the first time in four years, adding swipe actions and quicker searches to the app. Google Calendar also gets a month view and improved spotlight integration.
Virgin Media has finally got around to launching 4G mobile. Their deals start from £6 and work their way up to £25. Users will get nice perks including data rollover and free WhatsApp data.
Xiaomi launched three different variants of the new mid-range Redmi 4; the 4A, 4 Standard, and 4 Prime. All run Android Marshmallow, include expandable dual-sim memory slots, and at least 2GB RAM.
Strategy Analytics has reported that Android now makes up 87.5% of the worldwide mobile market with year-over-year growth of 10.3%. iOS, Windows Mobile and Blackberry OS shipments all dropped.
A new report out by Zenith Media forecasts that mobile devices will account for 75% of global internet traffic in 2017 and that in 2018 mobile ad expenditure will exceed other advert costs combined.
Satya Nadella acknowledged that Microsoft missed the smartphone market, but said the company has "a phone that in fact can replace your PC, the same way we have a tablet that can replace your laptop".
The Galaxy Note7 disaster has left a wound inside of Samsung, with tensions and speculation running high. Executives and staff alike are expected to be fired at the company's performance review.
Samsung's recall of the Galaxy Note7 is going to leave a lot of customers looking for a new handset. If that's you, consider these suggestions when exchanging your handset.
Samsung has thrown in the towel and is officially telling everyone that owns a Galaxy Note7 to power down and get a replacement handset. If you own a Galaxy Note7, here's what you need to do.
Cyanogen has announced that the company will be shifting focus from its homebrewed Cyanogen OS to selling modular pieces of the OS to different manufacturers for a more customisable experience.
In the continuing saga of carriers withdrawing support for the Note7, a new report indicates that AT&T might be considering a permanent and total halt of all Note7 sales.
In what may prove to be the death knell for Samsung's Note7, all major US carriers are now allowing their customers to replace their replacement Note7 in favour of another smartphone.
Sharp recently unveiled its new proof of concept for a smartphone screen with almost non-existent borders and actually rounded corners - a first in screen technology.
After launching the ZenFone 3 in Taiwan last month, ASUS will bring three different versions of the device to U.S. markets this October. The $799 flagship model comes with the Snapdragon 821 chip.
Leaked images obtained by an Italian blog show new features coming to an upcoming build of Windows 10 Mobile, with changes to the Windows update process being the focus.
Samsung began its recall process for the Galaxy Note7 last month due to its explosive potential. That doesn't seem to matter to the two largest cruise companies, which are banning the Note7.
After having withdrawn its mobile Atom processors from the market earlier this year, Intel President Venkata Renduchintala provided some more context regarding the company's sudden exit.
After originally claiming that models of the Note7 released in China weren't affected, Samsung will now recall 1,858 devices due to concerns over its battery overheating and potentially exploding.
Consumers can get the $99 Display Dock for free with the purchase of either Windows 10 Mobile phone. The starting price of the Lumia 950 and 950 XL remains at $399 and $499 respectively.
Samsung's Vietnamese website spilled the beans on the new Galaxy J7 smartphone which houses several great features for a device that's aimed at attracting budget-minded buyers.
The augmented reality phenomenon that is Pokémon GO caught fire around much of the world. The game had maintained a high number of active players during its early run but that seems to be changing.
As a move to provide better search results for users, Google is modifying its mobile search algorithm. It will now give a low ranking to websites which use invasive pop-up elements.
Nvidia has unveiled the mobile versions of its recently released graphics cards. The M cards nearly offer performance parity with desktop counterparts and focus on VR gaming and impressive graphics.
Samsung's highly anticipated Galaxy Note7 is either releasing or soon-to-be released in many parts of the world. Unfortunately for The Netherlands and Malaysia, the Note7 launch has being delayed.
With a little less than a month to go, the first renders of LG's V20 have been posted online. If true, the V20 looks to borrow some of its elements from LG's other flagship, the G5.