At RIM's annual Wireless Enterprise Symposium, the company revealed two new BlackBerry smartphones, the BlackBerry Pearl 3G and the BlackBerry Bold 9650.
The HTC Droid Incredible will officially come to Verizon on April 29 for $200 with a two-year contract.
Rumors of a line of Microsoft-branded social networking phones have been floating around the blogosphere for months, but now they're finally officially.
On the eve of CTIA telecom conference in Las Vegas, Motorola launched the i1, the first push-to-talk Android phone on the market.
At CTIA Tuesday, Samsung introduced its most powerful Android phone to date, the Galaxy S.
The Motorola Cliq XT has superb multimedia and social networking features, but its performance isn't the strongest.
There's a lot to like about the Devour smartphone, especially its social networking features, intuitive user interface, and sturdy design, but it also has some shortcomings.
You can use your iPhone as a barcode scanner or to find in-store coupons. Ginny Mies of PC World runs down some of the money-saving options available to smartphone-toting shoppers.
The "Plus" in the Palm Pixi Plus really means one thing: the addition of Wi-Fi connectivity.
The Palm Pre Plus is really more of an update of the original Pre on Sprint than a completely new smartphone.
As the name suggests, the Nokia Mini N97is a more compact version of Nokia's flagship smartphone, the N97.
The coveted "Google phone" is finally here, but the HTC Nexus One may not be quite the superphone that Google intimated it would be.
Samsung is adding another Android phone to its lineup, announcing the Galaxy Spica here at CES.
At the AT&T Developer Summit, Motorola CEO Sanjay Jha hinted at a new Android-based Motorola smartphone with "a unique form factor" will be coming.
Verizon Wireless will start selling improved versions of Palm's Pre and Pixi handsets later this month.