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In order to cash in on the lucrative mobile enterprise market, South Korean technology firm Samsung is gearing up to launch an improved corporate mobile platform next week.
The creator of the massively popular Halo video game franchise is developing a new online multiplayer shooter title that will be available on current and future consoles.
Customs officers at a German airport seized HTC shipments at the insistence of IPCom, which has filed an infringement case against the Taiwan-based smartphone manufacturer.
Almost seven months after it was launched, Outlook.com has finally replaced Hotmail, formerly one of the most iconic services on the Internet, as Microsoft’s webmail service.
Samsung has commenced gradual roll out of Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean to its original Galaxy Note smartphone, with specific availability dependent on region and carrier.
UK-based carrier O2 has revealed that it plans to dish out the Windows Phone 8-based Huawei Ascend W1 sometime towards late-March.
According to a component price up, the new BlackBerry Z10 is about £10 more expensive to produce than the iPhone 5.
Etisalat and Huawei join forces to boost the existing telecom infrastructure in Egypt and have plans for introducing advanced services like MBB, VAS etc
Strategy Analytics says that Nokia is unlikely to launch a Windows-based tablet at Mobile World Congress during its traditional conference next week.
A new bug has hit Windows Phone 8 smartphone users and is particularly prevalent on Nokia's top of the range handset, the Nokia Lumia 920.
Study by Halifax suggests that over 10 per cent of the population in UK do not have adequate insurance for their technology devices.
More than two million households in UK may be affected by TV signal interference when 4G broadband services become more prevalent.
Almost half of all parents with a Facebook profile joined the social networking site with the intent to spy on their children.
The Japanese company announced it was lowering the price on its handheld gaming console PlayStation Vita by 33 per cent in Japan