Will give manufacturers three and a half years to stop messing us all about
The EU has reached a provisional agreement that will require that portable devices have user-replaceable batteries.
They really hate you
A new study has labeled smartphones as packed full of nasty biological toxins that could probably kill an robust and healthy hippo.
Azure Active Director certificate-based authentication
Software king of the world Microsoft is now offering a public preview of Azure AD CBA on devices running Apple's iOS and Android that uses certificates on Yubico's YubiKey hardware security key.
Bad news for Apple
Global smartphone shipments for calendar Q3 falling to their lowest quarterly rate in eight years, which is bad news for companies who have touted expensive flagship models.
Claims Samsung copied them
Fruity cargo cult Apple is still peddling the myth that it invented the touchscreen smartphone by claiming that Samsung copied them.
Market share jumped
China's market share in the Russian smartphone market jumped significantly in May as Western manufacturers paused new sales in in Tsar Putin’s kingdom.
Galaxy Z Flip3 holds the crown
Foldable smartphones did well in Q1, according to DSCC, reaching 2.22 million shipments, up by 571 percent compared to the same quarter last year.
Comment: The one-year business model is a cruel industry joke
For years smartphone makers like Apple and Samsung have encouraged users to upgrade their phones to the latest model every year, however, the technology has not moved much in ages.
Mobile revolution grinds to halt
Third quarter smartphone sales are stalling due to decelerated production schedules, Gartner beancounters reported.