BlackBerry looked bruised Friday as the company reported $965 million in losses during its fiscal second quarter as demand for its smartphones keeps falling. The Canadian company generated $1.57…
Troubled smartphone maker BlackBerry announced that it has signed an agreement under which a consortium — to be led by Fairfax Financial Holdings — would buy the company for $4.7 billion and take it…
TV programmers frustrated that shows watched on tablets and smartphones have been invisible to Nielsen’s ratings may finally get a solution — next year. Next week, Nielsen will formally announce to…
It didn’t take long for the trash talking to begin. Rivals including Microsoft, Nokia, Samsung and Motorola were quick to promote the capabilities of their own recently updated smartphones after…
With the smartphone biz at a mature inflection point — some 61% of Americans have one now — Apple is being forced to focus on less-impressive features like phone-casing colors and lower prices than…
The next CEO of Microsoft will have one tough question to answer: What is Microsoft these days?
Tablet owners are turning into the kind of captive audience marketers have long been looking for. At a time when more TV watchers are skipping commercials than ever, tablet users are more likely to…
The lines between cameras and smartphones have long been blurring, but with the Lumia 1020, it's now harder than ever to see a difference between the two.
Japanese movie giant, Shochiku is to allow smartphones to pay for movie tickets. The move is aimed at attracting younger patrons.
The bulk of TV content watched on smartphones and tablets today is provided through Netflix and Hulu Plus — not networks or pay TV providers, according to a new study. About 64% of TV shows viewed on…