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It seems each week brings a new battle in the smartphone space. And many of those battles involve none other than Apple. In one of the latest battles, the iPhone 6s Plus, which Apple launched late in September, is taking on Google's Huawei-made alternative, the Nexus 6P. Both products come...
NEWS ANALYSIS: The world's largest chip maker continues to trail ARM in such areas as smartphones and tablets, but the IoT and emerging markets hold promise.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The smartphone features war continues to stack up casualties while mobile handset makers struggle to achieve relevance, but mostly fail.
AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon have all announced their preorder and release plans for the new Samsung handsets, which were unveiled on Aug. 13.
Boasting faster processors, more RAM and improved cameras, Samsung's two new top-of-the-line handsets—the S6 Edge+ and the Note 5 phablet—are now available, just four months after the company's flagship Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge smartphones launched in April. The new models include 5.7-inch quad...
The Samsung Unpacked event will be held in New York City as the company seeks to gain brash attention for its latest smartphones.
Apple usually unveils its new smartphones in September, so Samsung is launching its next Galaxy Note phablet in August to get a head start.
Phablet sales are soaring in the United States, with about one in five smartphones sold in the first quarter of 2015 being a larger-screen phablet, according to a new report.
Silent Circle—a company co-founded by a former Navy SEAL that released in 2014 its first handset, the security-focused Blackphone—is ready to follow up on its initial success with a new device appropriately named the Blackphone 2. Announced at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, on March...