Things are about to get tough for troubled mobile phone maker, HTC. It has been a while since the Taiwanese company started losing ground on the smartphone market. And this decline is now set to significantly expand next year. It appears that the company is having a torrid time making a name for itself in the...

There are a number of reasons why Intel is feeling the heat. Companies like AMD, ARM, Nvidia and Qualcomm regularly bring to market their latest solutions, most of which result in the once and former king struggling to catch up. And although Intel is seeing some success in its quest to enter the tablet and...

There have been rumors abound, most of them surfacing last year, that Microsoft was looking into the development of a smartphone carrying its logo. A Surface branded smartphone was for quite some time the talk of the town. Obviously, Redmond recently acquired Nokia’s devices and services business, and though...

New Nokia devices are pretty much a guarantee to hit the store shelves in the next couple of months as we approach the end of the year. And now we have some more information about the recently rumored Lumia 929. It was only at the very start of last week that we got our first details about the Verizon...

When it comes to the Surface tablets, the job is half done for Microsoft. The company announced two enhanced models yesterday, to go with a bunch of official new accessories for the devices. Now, however, the company will be looking into all it can do to boost sales. The first generation Surface tablets (at...

The pioneer that it was on the PC front a few decades back, Microsoft is finding itself in bold new territories with each passing days. The mobile revolution is in full flow, and Redmond is now changing habits accordingly. Compared to just a few years back, the company has made several important strides in...

It is no secret that smartphones and tablets are changing the very face of computing. These mobile devices have, for some time now, been cutting into the market share of personal computers, both desktops and notebooks. Now a new survey confirms what the technology world already knows — active usage of these...

Today on Square Trade’s Facebook page I saw this picture. The interesting thing about seeing this on Square Trade’s page is they are a Warranty company. The only thing that was said about it is “Rumor has it Samsung is working on an “unbreakable” phone. Would you try it out?” If Samsung is making a...

An overwhelming portion of the success of the Windows Phone platform can be attributed to two companies, Microsoft and Nokia. While there are other hardware vendors in the mix, not to mention app developers, but it has been all Nokia when it comes to devices. Handset makers like HTC, Samsung and Huawei have...

Finnish mobile phone maker Nokia commands the biggest share of the Windows Phone pie. And as the clear and dominant market leader the company continues to actively provide updates for its user base, whether via firmware updates or exclusive apps. The latest is that the company is gearing up for the release of...