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iPhone 5 rumor roundup

The iPhone 5 rumors culminated today, 12 September, with Apple's announcement of the iPhone 5 with bigger screen and 4G LTE. Read CNET's iPhone 5 coverage.

By September 11, 2012


Sony Ericsson budget handsets scarce after parts shortage

A shortage of parts will mean a scarcity of Sony Ericsson feature phones in the run-up to Christmas, a spokesperson confirmed.

By November 8, 2011


HTC profit soars on 13.2 million handset shipments

The mobile company says that its profit is up 68 percent compared to the year-earlier period, and handset shipments are up 93 percent.

By October 31, 2011


ITG xpPhone could be the world's first Windows 8 handset

A Chinese company has taken the wraps off what could be the world's first Windows 8 smart phone. And its specs are downright ridiculous.

By October 29, 2011


BlackBerry Colt to be first BBX handset

The first handset to run BlackBerry's upcoming BBX OS will be called the Colt, be slimmer than the Bold 9900, and have no buttons.

By October 27, 2011


Nokia debuts Lumia 800, 710, first Windows Phone handsets

After announcing its partnership with Microsoft in February, Nokia finally introduced the "first real Windows Phone." Meet the Lumia 800 and Lumia 710.

By October 26, 2011


AT&T releases five new Android handsets

CTIA Fall 2011 starts with a bang, as AT&T releases not one, not two, but five new handsets. They range from the high-end Motorola Atrix 2 to the prepaid AT&T Avail.

By October 10, 2011


iPhone 4S still means trouble for rival handset makers

No, there aren't dramatic changes to the iPhone. But alongside the cheaper iPhone 4 and iPhone 3GS, it does still pose a major threat to the rest of the smartphone world.

By October 4, 2011


LG Jil Sander WP handset is ready for its close-up

An upcoming LG WP7 handset bearing fashion label Jil Sander's branding has been spotted in official press pics. Strut this way for more.

By September 28, 2011


Isis mobile-payment group lines up handset backers

The joint venture between AT&T, Verizon Wireless, and T-Mobile has rounded up most of the handset makers to use its technology standards. The key missing player: Apple.

By September 27, 2011