CES 2012: Huawei Announces World’s Thinnest Smartphone

The trinity of ridiculously thin mobile devices is complete with the Huawei P1 S. Huawei, an ICT solutions provider, unveiled the world’s slimmest smartphone today at CES. The phone is an amazing amalgamation of physical features bringing together the sleek…

CES 2012: USB 3.0 Coming to Tablets And Smartphones This Year

The USB 3.0 standard has been around for several years now, but most smartphone and tablet devices have remained stuck with the older, slower USB 2.0. According to Rahman Ismail, chief technology officer for the USB Implementers Forum, that is…

Dell And Baidu Bring New Smartphone to China

At a press conference in China this morning Dell unveiled a new the Streak Pro 101DL. The smartphone is the result of a collaboration with Baidu, China’s top search engine, and will run the company’s Yi operating system. Yi is…

HTC Rezound Unveiled, Release Date November 14th

HTC has just unveiled its long-awaited Rezound, and it’s the first smartphone in the U.S. to come stocked with Beats Audio. That means that the device will come with a high-definition audio experience unlike any other device on the market…

iPhone 5 Rumor: Release Date Not In September After All?

Earlier we wrote about a rumor that was making the rounds on the Internet that Apple would beholding a media event on September 7th. The initial thought was Apple would use this venue to launch the uber-hyped iPhone 5. It…

Mobile Device “Addiction” Grips The UK

A new study from Ofcom shows us the answer to the “Sex, Showers, Chocolate, or Smartphones?” question asked by Josh earlier today, at least in Britain, anyway. In the case of British mobile device users, apparently, these users would have…

Google Meets Rube Goldberg for Addicting Viral Game

Recently Google unveiled a viral game, Nexus Contraptions, that spreads the word about the upcoming release of the new Nexus S mobile phone. The game has you build Rube Goldberg-esque style contraptions in order to get the Google App icons…

Is Nokia Primed For A Comeback In The US?

Nokia? What’s that? I’m sure there are young teens, and children who are receiving their first smart phones which have little memory of when Nokia dominated the mobile landscape. In fact, on the international level Nokia is still the top…

Smartphone Market Projected to Increase 50% in 2011

According to a study by the International Data Corporation (IDC), the worldwide smartphone market is expected to grow by 49.2% in the year 2011. In 2010, venders shipped 303.4 million smartphones, and that number is expected to climb to over…

Interest For Smartphones Continues To Grow

In their latest article, eMarketer highlights the growing interest of people to purchase smartphone. According to ChangeWave Research, and Nielsen expects smartphones to be in the hands of 50% of US mobile users by the end of Q3 2011