After Qualcomm announced its own 3G/4G hybrid chip, Nokia has revealed a deal with Infineon that will mean more competition in the future mobile market.
A brand new app store selling miniaturised mobile versions of popular magazines could be made available soon.
If you find you can't type with the iPhone's onscreen keypad, then you can now pay a tenner for a bit of plastic to help out.
A new website dedicated to iPhone apps which many believe to have been unfairly rejected by Apple has been created.
The Palm Pixi is set to hit American shelves for as little as the equivalent of £15 per month, which could bode well for the UK release.
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An Australian app developer has controversially rewarded the creator of the iPhone Rickrolling worm with a job.
Sony Ericsson's new Kurara smartphone has been heavily criticised in the first online preview, just months before its 2010 release date.
HTC's support for Google's Android platform continues with the announcement of a new Android mobile phone using the Snapdragon processor.
The Samsung Jet may have not quite lived up to its name in the past, but with a graphical overhaul and a speedier interface things are looking up.