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The American Customer Satisfaction Index shows Apple remains on top, but it's declining while Motorola, Nokia, and Samsung are rising.
LG has jumped five places to come in a distant third in terms of global wholesale smartphone revenue.
The DJs played on in the epic party of RIM's annual conference. Attendees who love these huge bashes hope there's more to come.
RIM shows off its new software at BlackBerry World to rave reviews. But can the company deliver? And will it be enough to compete with Apple and Google?
We've had our suspicions, but now we know. A study from 11mark found that 75 percent of American mobile phone users use their phones in the bathroom to make calls, text, and play with apps.
Amazon, Microsoft and Nokia have all considered buying BlackBerry maker Research In Motion, according to reports.
The Galaxy Nexus goes on sale in Australia while Verizon promises us it is still on track to go on sale in the U.S. this year. We have 2 weeks left and we're placing bets. We take a look at a $99 Ice Cream Sandwich Tablet with a $60 shipping fee and we analyze which Android Apps are the most popular.
Can anything beat the iPad? New contenders emerged at IFA this week, but will Amazon's effort have the best chance of besting Apple?
Apple argues in its effort to trademark "App Store" that the term is no more generic than the software giant's trademarked "Windows."
The TomTom Go Live sat-nav has already beaten the MacBook Pro and the iMac in our Greatest Gadget tournament. Now it's aiming to polish off the iPhone, for an Apple-flavoured hat trick.