CTIA shows off what's new in smartphones, accessories, and all things mobile.
Samsung explains to CNET just why its Galaxy S III ships with a dual-core CPU in the U.S. instead of its quad-core processor.
Windows phones not dual-core yet? Yep, but that will probably happen with Windows Phone 8.
Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and U.S. Cellular will get Samsung's new flagship phone, the Android 4.0 Galaxy S III -- minus the quad-core CPU.
As expected, the U.S. versions of the Galaxy S III will have a dual-core chipset.
Huawei has announced today that the Ascend P1 smartphone will be available in Australia by May, with Latin America and Europe to follow.
CNET rounds up the latest dual-core smartphones.
Graphics chipmaker sees an opportunity to compete against the iPhone 4S with dual-core phones priced at a fraction of the Apple phone.
One of the big shifts in smartphones this year has been towards dual-core processors, with quad-core chipsets beginning to emerge on the horizon. But does dual core actual mean twice as fast?
Microsoft's Windows Phone president explains to AllThingsD why the company decided to wait on dual-core chips and the faster network.
An unnamed Samsung official says we should expect 2GHz dual-core before 2012.