BlackBerry is back with a new OS and two new devices.
In Brazil, QR codes created as traditional mosaics offer expanded information on tourist hot spots.
Nokia could finally give everyone a reason to buy a Windows Phone 8 smartphone.
There was a time when Firefox was the cool open source Web browser ushering in a new age of Internet innovation. Now, a new smartphone project could bring Fire
Sony reconstructs its flagship products from CES by hand, with strangely inspiring musical accompaniment.
While we all enjoy the smartphones and tablets manufactured in China, nothing has put the world on notice regarding air quality more than the horrendous pollution that plagues that country's major cities. As the U.S. comes to grips with its own pollution, a local research group has created a smartphone sensor system designed to make monitoring our air quality a little more convenient.
We love drooling over the latest Lumia or Droid or iPhone, but we tend to forget about the low-end of the smartphone market. Nokia's latest effort, the Lumia 620, is aimed squarely at the developing world. The Windows Phone 8-equipped device has quite a bit of value packed in, especially for just $250 off-contract.
The cellphone is a great little gadget, and it's changed a lot over the years. See how, from the candy bar sets of the '90s, to today's big-screen smartphones.
Audiophilia phased out of portable devices with the influx of smartphones and the slow death of the portable media player. BBK, known in the West as Oppo, is looking to correct this market oversight with the Vivo X1 and the pair of Beyerdynamic earphones it comes with.
As an OS, Android has an iron grip on the Chinese smartphone market. A study from Analysys International combines data of sales and ownership shows the little green guy with 90% of the market. In China, however, things aren't always so clear cut.