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​Symbian was once held ransom for several million euros, and Nokia paid it

Long before Nokia took up residence at Microsoft and became enamored with Windows Phone, the company had another mobile OS to care for: Symbian. For ...

WhatsApp voice messaging updated with one-press record-and-send feature

These days, you don't even have to ring someone, listen to their spiel and wait for a beep when you can just use apps to send voice snippets. WhatsApp, which recently reached 300 million users, has made its existing experience even easier with a n...

Nokia announces Asha 210: a colorful QWERTY with a social heart, we go hands-on (video)

The last time we saw new members of the Asha family they eschewed the usual QWERTY keyboard, opting instead for a full touchscreen. ...

Windows Phone sees big gains at the expense of BlackBerry and Symbian

Alright, so Microsoft is in no danger of toppling iOS or Android anytime soon. But the analytics firm Kantar has seen significant growth ...

Refresh Roundup: week of March 18th, 2013

Your smartphone and / or tablet is just begging for an update. From time to time, these mobile devices are blessed with maintenance ...

ComScore: Samsung rises as Android falls

This month’s ComScore results for Smartphone Platform Market Share and Smartphone OEM Market Share show first that Apple is rising while Android falls. That much ...

Kantar: Android back on top of US smartphone share in January with Sprint’s help

Most US smartphone market share estimates last fall saw Apple retake the lead as it rode a wave of iPhone 5 sales. While ...

IDC: Android surged to 69 percent smartphone share in 2012, dipped in Q4

Few would doubt that 2012 was Android's year given how rapidly it grew, but it's good to have some context. IDC is more ...

ComScore: iPhone up to 36 percent of US phone share in December, Android stayed put

There's been indications that Apple staged something of a comeback in the US during the fourth quarter, owing partly to an iPhone 5-related ...

Gresso unveils $2500 Cruiser Titanium phone

Gresso has a long history of offering up smartphones for wealthy people who care more about appearances than functionality. The company has unveiled a new ...

Strategy Analytics: Android claimed 70 percent of world smartphone share in Q4 2012

Maybe it's easier being green than we thought. We suspected Android would do well in smartphone market share when Strategy Analytics had Samsung ...

The Daily Roundup for 01.24.2013

You might say the day is never really done in consumer technology news. Your workday, however, hopefully draws to a close at some ...

See ya, Symbian: Nokia calls time on passé platform

Nokia has officially pulled down the shutters on Symbian, confirming that the Nokia 808 PureView would be the last device from the company to run the ...

Nokia 808 PureView: officially the last Symbian phone

So long, Symbian. Nestled away in the company's financial announcement this morning, Nokia confirmed that its pixel-punching 808 PureView phone will be the ...

ComScore: iPhone up to 35 percent of US smartphone share in November, Android steady

Smartphone launches sometimes have to build up steam before they can go full speed ahead. Apple might be learning this first-hand, based on ...

Skype officially ready for Symbian Belle FP1 and FP2 devices

Skype has been available through official channels for Belle-based Symbian devices for awhile, but not for those running FP1 or FP2. If you'd ...