Samsung expects to sell 510 million phones in 2013, the company announced on Wednesday. Samsung says most of those devices will be smart phones, cementing the company's status as the world's biggest phone manufacturer.
An Acer exec has compared hardware manufacturing to a tough meal – and speculated that Microsoft may find it difficult to chew.
RIM desperately needs a hit with BlackBerry 10, which may not launch until March of next year.
Apple Maps has caused consumers "frustration," Apple CEO Tim Cook said in a statement today. He pledged that the company would work to improve the maps app on the iPhone 5 and iOS 6.
HTC has introduced a pair of new Windows Phone 8 handsets: The 8X and the 8S. Both devices are expected to launch in November.
Nokia has taken the wraps of an 'augmented reality' app called City Lens. Will it persuade users to make the switch to the Lumia smartphone line?
Samsung took a battering in court last week, but that hasn't stopped it from releasing new tech. This week Samsung pulled the wraps off the Ativ S, a dual-core smart phone that's the first to run Windows Phone 8.