Kit Eaton These days smartphone apps can manipulate photos in myriad ways.
Kyle Hightower and Rob Gillies BlackBerry has unveiled a lower-cost smartphone aimed at consumers in emerging markets.
Matt Warman Samsung says it has successfully tested super-fast 5G wireless technology which would eventually allow users to download an entire movie in one second.
Samsung has successfully tested super-fast 5G technology that could allow users to download a movie in seconds.
Samantha Murphy It may seem like everyone already has all the mobile devices they need, but global shipments for notebooks, tablets and smartphones reached 308.7 million in the first quarter of 2013, up more than 37 per cent in the same quarter from the year before.
David Pogue Samsung's new offering is buggy in spots but the basics are excellent.
Adam Turner It is possible to free yourself from the restrictions of the big three tech giants.
Adam Turner Not to be outdone by Samsung's popular 5.5-inch Galaxy Note II, Huawei has raised the stakes with its 6.1-inch Ascend Mate.
Will Oremus Snapchat, the app that sends and then automatically deletes pictures, doesn't actually delete them.
Devidutta Tripathy Nokia is betting low-priced smart feature phones will help it regain lost ground in crucial emerging markets.
Ritsuko Ando Nokia investors tell CEO they are running out of patience with his failing attempts to catch up with Apple and Samsung.
Emily Price A new budget version of the iPhone is set to launch this year, according to an ETrade Supply source.
Adam Satariano Jonathan Ive has embarked on a sweeping software overhaul that leaves Apple at risk of falling behind, insiders say.
Jenneth Orantia The reign of the all too fragile smartphone may be over.
Apple has gained ground in the US smartphone market, nibbling into the lead held by handsets powered by Google's Android software, Industry tracker comScore reports.
BEN GRUBB Telstra will send data usage alerts for every 20 megabytes customers use overseas in an effort to stamp out bill shock.
Katie Cincotta The Xperia Z is a bold, beautiful handset that puts the Sony pedigree on show.
Katie Cincotta Smartphones, tablets and all manner of electronic gadgets have become status symbols of affluence and discernment.
PETER CAI Telco adds 600,000 new 4G customers since announcing half-yearly profit in February.
BEN GRUBB Samsung's Galaxy S4 is an impressive smartphone with a multitude of features (some practical, others not so much) that put it ahead of many of its rivals.
Google's Android extended its dominance in smartphones in major markets in early 2013, while Windows Phone boosted its market share.
Hugo Miller and Nadja Brandt BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins says the popularity of tablets may wane, an indication the company may shelve a follow-up to its ill- fated PlayBook.
Samantha Murphy Chat apps have surpassed text messaging for the first time ever, according to new data.
BEN GRUBB Developers accuse NSW government of creating "anti-competitive" environment among transport app creators.
BEN GRUBB Google Now, the intelligent personal assistant on the latest Android phones and tablets, has arrived for Apple's iPhone and iPad.
More smartphones than "dumb" phones are being made this year and Samsung accounts for one third of global market.
Adam Turner A social media giant has reinvented the smartphone interface.
Andrea Petrie Vodafone is tightening its credit policy as it shifts away from servicing thousands of customers who live in regions with poor reception.
Diane Cardwell A range of solar technology companies are offering power on the go for mobile phone users.