Vodafone's UK customers who currently own the HTC HD2 smartphone will be able to download a new version of its software.
Canadian smartphone manufacturer Research in Motion (RIM) is said to be working on a tablet device based on its BlackBerry operating system (OS) in order to take on the Apple iPad.
The clamshell design of the BlackBerry 9670 smartphone was greeted with disdain by some observers earlier in the year. Now, further images showing the phone hint at its impending launch.
Sony Ericsson will be relying on a wealth of new releases in 2010 to help it retain its share of the global mobile market, according to official sources.
Members of staff at Adobe could be getting a particularly early Christmas present in the form of a top-of-the line Android smartphone from Google, according to the latest reports.
Research in Motion (RIM)'s BlackBerry range of business phones is being taken on by a new mobile software package, co-developed by Nokia and software giant Microsoft.
A new version of Ovi Maps will give Nokia users the option to record themselves giving out instructions which can then be integrated into a standard journey.
An updated version of Android will be landing on the Xperia X10 smartphone before 2010 is out, according to manufacturer Sony Ericsson.
The prototype LG GW990 made an appearance at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) back in February, but now the South Korean manufacturer has said it will not launch it.
Network provider Orange is set to offer the HTC Desire to its UK customers, with the likelihood being that the excellent Android-based smartphone will win new fans for the network.