The new Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook, which went on sale today, offers Samsung hardware together with Barnes & Noble apps.
One more day, one more piece of bad news for Windows Phone: IDC found that in the second quarter of 2014, Windows Phone's market share dropped yet again, to well under 3%. Is it time to play taps for the operating system?
Microsoft may dominate enterprise software, but that's far from the case with Windows Phone. A new report finds that Windows Phone accounts for a mere 1% of mobile market share among enterprises. How much longer can Microsoft prop up the struggling operating system?
Google's Android has managed to steal a few points of share in the enterprise sector, but is unlikely to maintain this once new iPhones and iPads ship and the Apple/IBM alliance truly kicks in.
When I originally reviewed HTC's One (M8), I said it was close to being "the ultimate high-end device." So four months later, how has the phone held up?
Apple has scheduled a special event for September 9, and while the world waits for second line confirmation, a hubbub of expectation has already begun.
Apple and Google are driving toward the connected car. Government and car manufacturers are working with them to achieve this. This isn't just about sending emails or music playback -- driving will be changed forever. Your car will speak to you. Here are 10 ways driving will change:
Apple will put growth back into the smartphone market soon when it introduces the iPhone 6. If you’re trading in your old device, shift it fast before trade-in values take a dive.
The LG G3 has a lot of good things going for it -- but the phone's software isn't its strongest suit. Here are some easy tweaks to make the system more pleasant to use.