One of the most major changes in the mobile phone sector in the last few years has been the explosion of demand in the developing world. But with that development has come a host of logistical problems.
The list of knock-out looking concept phones which will sadly never make it to market got a bit longer this week. But few will be as lamented as the Nibiru.
Mobile phone network O2 has issued an apology for a technical fault that left thousands of its customers unable to access mobile data services.
Palm Pre owners can once again sync their mobile phones with iTunes.
iPhones and BlackBerrys are arguably the most prestigious mobile phone brands around. And, if new industry analysis is to be believed, that level of consumer kudos is translating to profits in a big way.
The Nokia 6760 Slide will go on sale later than expected, reports suggest.
HTC is to boost production of Android mobile phones, following the success of the HTC Magic and the T-Mobile G1.
A watch mobile phone from Samsung with a touchscreen and Bluetooth support has been unveiled.
Mobile phones aimed at niche markets are nothing new. But with smoking increasingly frowned upon by polite society, you’d have thought it would’ve made little sense for manufacturers to target the diminishing demographic of folk still addicted to the demon weed.