We use cookies to provide you with a better experience. If you continue to use this site, we'll assume you're happy with this. Alternatively, click here to find out how to manage these cookies

hide cookie message

More Smartphones Articles

  • News: Samsung Galaxy Note to get US debut at CES?

    It looks like the Samsung Galaxy Note will be making an appearance at CES after all, complete with AT&T branding.

  • Opinion: 5 Things You May Have Missed About Windows Phone

    Microsoft's mobile operating system has been getting a lot of buzz among the media and consumers ahead of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas -- some good, some not so good.

  • Opinion: 6 Tech Bargains for 2012

    Procrastination is not often a virtue but when it comes to electronics, it often is.

  • News: Weekly Wrap: Remembering 2011, predicting 2012

    Saturday is for lovers. Specifically, lovers of one story at Macworld that can link them back to the best content we published over the past week. And that, dear friends, is the sole raison d'être (literally, "Etre's raisin") for the Weekly Wrap. In fact, since we took last Saturday off, this time we'll wrap up stories from the past two weeks. Of course, that forces us to be even choosier with which articles we choose to highlight, but we're not here to make friends.

  • News: The Week in iPhone Cases: New beginnings

    Welcome to a new year! With the holidays behind us and the 2012 Consumers Electronic Show about to begin, case manufacturers are ramping up their production schedule. Which, of course, means that it's time for another one of Macworld's world-famous iPhone-case roundups.

  • News: RIM to scrap two more BlackBerry devices?

    BlackBerry maker Research in Motion is rumoured to have scrapped two of the three handsets that it was planning to introduce in 2012, including one that was originally intended to be the first device to run the BlackBerry 10 operating system, formerly known as QNX.

  • News: Quad-core chips for iOS devices?

    Apple's iOS 5.1 beta seems to contain references to quad-core iPhone and iPad chips.

  • News: Microsoft scraps 'Where's my phone update?' site

    Microsoft disappointed some Windows Phone users on Friday by saying it would stop providing specifics about who will get software updates and when, and announcing vaguely that a new update is "available to all carriers that request it."

  • News: Lawsuits, competition weigh on Motorola

    The cost of patent lawsuits and a more competitive market weighed down Motorola Mobility's fourth-quarter financial results, the company reported Friday in releasing preliminary numbers.

  • News: Zlango Messaging Review: Emoticons Taken to Extremes

    Zlango Messaging is an application aimed squarely at teenagers, as it adds a plethora of custom icons to help make text messages "less dull."

  • News: Six CES 2012 stories to watch

    The six things we'll be following most closely at this year's Consumer Electronics Show.

  • News: Google Translate speaks iPad language

    'Speak and hear' language conversion utility updated to support the iPad.

  • News: 5 Ways Smartphones Are Better than Laptops or Tablets

    Mobile computing is a way of life. The world doesn’t stop just because you get up and leave your desk, and you need tools to stay engaged and get things done no matter where you are.

  • News: Consumerization creates IT management blind spots, increases business risk: survey

    As end users bring their own devices to work, download apps and sign up for cloud services, it's getting harder for IT to maintain application visibility and control performance. Trends such as consumerization, mobility and cloud computing are also increasing business risk, CIOs say.

  • News: Remains of the Day: Live long and prosper

    The iPhone 4S lives to fight another day in Italy, iAd may gain new life thanks to a fresh face, and the lifelike Steve Jobs figure may never see the light of day. The remainders for Thursday, January 5, 2012 are alive! Aliiiiiiiiive!

  • News: Mobile Technology Will Dominate Everything

    At this year's CES, tablets will get cheaper, laptops will get thinner, and cameras will become more like phones. Apps will be everywhere, including in cars. And Microsoft's phone-inspired Windows 8 will edge closer to release.

  • News: Is Siri Really a Data Hog on iPhone 4S?

    Users of the iPhone 4S download almost three times more data than iPhone 3GS owners, a study from network firm Arieso shows, placing the blame on Siri, the voice-enabled assistant exclusive to Apple’s latest smartphone. Even compared to iPhone 4 owners, iPhone 4S users are the hungriest, using twice as much data -- but is Siri really to blame?

  • News: PicFrame for iPhone and iPad

    PicFrame by Active Development is a simple and easy-to-use app that lets you create and share customized photo collages. While PicFrame is certainly not the only photo-framing app around, its usability and emphasis on sharing make it stand out.

  • News: WhatsApp to roll out stronger fixes for messaging vulnerability

    WhatsApp has patched a security flaw in its WhatsApp Messenger mobile app after someone set up a website allowing anyone to change a user's status update.

  • News: Samsung fails to get Apple iPhone 4S banned in Italy

    Samsung has failed in its bid to get the Apple iPhone 4S banned in Italy.



IDG UK Sites

iPhone 6 vs Samsung Galaxy S5 comparison review: Apple takes on Samsung once again in smartphone...

IDG UK Sites

Just another opinion about Apple's new iPhone

IDG UK Sites

Intel Xeon E5 v3 Haswell processors review: we check out the fastest chips on the planet

IDG UK Sites

Apple Watch hands-on review | Apple Watch design, spec, features & UK pricing