Smartphones bearing Microsoft's challenger operating system are still coming down the pipeline, with Nokia and HTC leading the charge.
A new timepiece by watchmaker Kaventsmann gives an entirely new meaning to the word "rugged".
What will you see in phones this year? Quad-core, HD galore, and multiplied megapixels define the new high-end.
We suppose, in a sense, that this officially licensed and configurable TARDIS PC from Scan UK could be thought of as being bigger on the inside.
Softbank launched a smartphone that tracks radiation in Japan. The feature is aimed at the Japanese market, but could interest the rest of the world.
Walter Isaacson's biography of the Apple leader has been released. Here's a look at what's in the book.
How do phones end up in a carrier's lineup? Who picks the color, and who sets the price? CNET's Jessica Dolcourt sits down with some folks behind the scenes to answer these questions and more.
Pantone's new iPhone app lets designers create and share palettes of Pantone colors from a wide range of swatches through their phones.
This story initially gave an incorrect title for Andy Hatkoff. He is vice president of technology licensing.
Developed with Pantone, the company that standardizes color by codes, the device can produce the color code for an object when pointed at it.