New international statistics have shown that users of smartphones have low brand loyalty when it comes to getting a new handset, favouring exploring the newest technology over sticking with the tried-and-tested.
British mobile phone network, Vodafone, has slashed the cost to its customers of using its smartphones to send and receive internet data across Europe.
The iPhone is facing a real challenge to its supremacy in the smartphone spheres, after new figures showed that more people were looking online for smartphones by Taiwanese manufacturer, HTC.
The number of people registering as official developers for Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 operating system has risen by 80 per cent in less than two months, the company has revealed.
Bosses at Sony Ericsson have given further indications that a new Playstation Phone will be unveiled in the imminent future.
Recently released research has shown that more people than ever will use their mobile phones to access the internet this Christmas, as online shopping via a mobile phone becomes easier and easier.
Apple's iPhones are being used more and more as standard issue phones for businesses, encroaching on territory commonly held by RIM's popular BlackBerry handsets.
Dell, which makes smartphones and tablet devices, has announced that it is restructuring its mobile business, following the division’s head, Ron Garrigues, leaving his position.
Panasonic is making a comeback to the mobile phone market with its release of a new range of Android smartphones.
Google is currently developing new technology that could enable mobile phones to become mediums of payment that could replace credit cards.