Samsung's Galaxy S4. Google's Moto X. HTC's One. Apple's pending iPhone 5S. Whether you use your smartphone for business or fun – or both – you'll be interested in our breakdown of the top 10 smartphones of the year (so far). ...More
Some have said the assumed lack of upgrades in this year's model, combined with added competition from Samsung and others that pump out multiple devices every year, could prompt the Silicon Valley giant to deliver the iPhone 6 as early as the first quarter of 2014. ...More
We tallied our top 10 stories for July by combining online page views with weekly newsletter results. Among the top: AT&T's plans to make landlines extinct; a new channel chief at Level 3; and a scandal surrounding Polycom's CEO. But what was No. 1? ...More
It's another sign that BlackBerry, once a behemoth in the smartphone industry, particularly among businesses, is in serious trouble. And a feather in the cap for Samsung which surpassed Apple in customer satisfaction, a rarity in the U.S. ...More
Isis will support the iPhone, but Apple's smartphone doesn't yet offer near-field communication technology. That makes this version of mobile payments a little trickier for iPhone users than it is for Android phone owners. ...More
With the saturation of smartphones and tablets should come a change in your marketing practices. Angela Leavitt and Brian Leonard of Mojo Marketing show you how the way you design your website, email newsletters and more is changing rapidly.