A highly anticipated fall announcement from Apple could bring some of the long-awaited upgrades that fans and investors have been calling for.
The best cellphone hardware has been crippled by manufacturer and carrier bloatware and skins, and Google's Nexus lineup has been hamstrung by a lack of LTE and somewhat inadequate specifications. But we've just gotten a look at the big surprise of Google's I/O keynote, a Samsung Galaxy S4 running stock Android, and suddenly we have visions of a world in which we don't have to choose between features and design, between timely updates and cutting-edge specs.
Samsung announced its latest flagship phone, the Galaxy S 4 earlier this month in New York. Critics have been going wild because the Galaxy S 4 is real competition to Apple's iPhone 5.
As Cory Bergman explored in a thoughtful piece here last month, mobile connectivity– people linked to the Web via smart phones and tablets — is poised to thoroughly disrupt news all over again.
Telecoms giant Huawei presents a device it claims can download high definition films in minutes and songs in seconds
IDC reported its smartphone sales data for the final quarter of 2012 and if I gave you three guesses as to who increased sales the most from the year ago quarter, you still might not guess right.