The Chinese consumer-electronics company wants to resurrect a once-beloved smartphone brand.
T-Mobile and AT&T's new "no contract" early upgrade plans are just another way to say the same thing: You're paying more for phones than you need to. Go unlocked, and free yourself for real.
Apple has reached patent licensing agreements with Access Co., the Japanese company that owns some patents related to the Palm operating system, as well as Bell Communications Research and Geoworks.
With a 5.3-inch screen and a tricked-out stylus that can take screenshots and let you freestyle drawings and notes, the LTE-ready Samsung Galaxy Note is an interesting take on the familiar Android smartphone.
The concept of obsolescence is not as straightforward as it might appear.
The HP Folio slim laptop has an Intel Core i5-2467M CPU, 4GB of RAM, a 128GB SSD, and a backlit keyboard.
Nokia once ruled cell phones. But it's never made a successful smartphone for the U.S. market. It just released two Lumia smartphones running the Windows Phone OS. Will this reverse Nokia's misfortune? Rafe Needleman asks CNET experts Jessica Dolcourt, Jay Greene, and Roger Cheng.
Some recent encounters by a CNET executive editor suggest that the BlackBerry's dwindling fortunes may be hanging by a keyboard. Is there anything BlackBerry can do to stem the fall?
CNET offers some humorous advice on what Palm WebOS device owners should do with their products. And we also offer some practical information about support for WebOS devices.
Every two weeks, Senior Associate Editor Nicole Lee answers your questions about cell phones, smartphones, and all things mobile.