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The AT&T Fusion is fine if you're a patient soul who doesn't expect much in a handset but wants to make the jump to Android. For everyone else, I suggest you move on.
Nokia's Symbian holds onto the lead in global market share for smartphone operating systems, but Android's growth has put it firmly in second place and rising, according to Gartner.
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The Spark is Verykool's best phone yet, but unless you need a dual-SIM phone, don't bother.
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The number of people adopting mobile payments will surpass 141 million this year, up from 102 million in 2010, according to research from Gartner.
CNET's Roger Cheng weighs in on which platform may claim the now up-for-grabs No. 3 spot, and believes there's more wheeling and dealing to come in the wireless industry.
Pass on the slow, disappointing Samsung Galaxy Ring in favor of LG's superior Optimus F3.
The drama will continue in the mobile market as fortunes of mobile operators and wireless handset makers are won and lost in the upcoming year. Take a look at CNET's top predictions for the 2014.
To entice more U.S. customers, Huawei must start wowing with high-end handsets.