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A leaked roadmap for U.S. carrier T-Mobile shows the Nokia Flame smartphone referenced again.
With tablets that want to be laptops and laptops that aspire to be tablets, hybrid form factors are the new rage for 2013 and a leaked video shows that Google is not one to be left behind with its Chromebook Pixel prototype.
A new report suggests that HTC may be suffering from shortages of critical components for its unannounced but highly anticipated HTC M7 smartphone launch.
Google is rumored to be working on a unified messaging client that would be used in Chrome OS and could potentially make its way to other platforms, including Android.
After much speculation about Nokia bringing its large 41-megapixel PureView sensor technology from the Symbian-powered Nokia 808 to the Windows Phone platform, it looks like that may be happening sooner than later.
Leaked benchmarks from GLBenchmark may have confirmed some of the specs behind Samsung's rumored and anticipated Galaxy Tab 3 Android tablets that are headed for a Mobile World Congress debut.
In a move that could bolster BlackBerry's (formerly RIM) new BlackBerry 10 operating system and the newly launched BlackBerry Z10 hardware, popular photo sharing service Instagram is said to be coming to the BlackBerry World app store.
When we first heard of rumors surrounding the HTC M7 smartphone, we had believed that the 'M7' moniker would be a codename for a phone product that would launch around the time of Mobile World Congress this year.
In an email to GottaBeMobile, Vertu has debunked some of the speculations and rumors surrounding the release of what may be the company's first Android handset.
In a few hours, Research in Motion will be showcasing its latest BlackBerry 10 operating system and the BlackBerry-maker is expected to make some hardware announcements as well.
Nokia had sent us a text-based save-the-date invitation to a Mobile World Congress press conference that the Finnish Lumia phone-maker will be hosting on the first day of the conference.
It looks like luxury brand Vertu, which was formerly wholely owned by Nokia, may make the jump from Symbian to Android with its next handset release.
It looks like Samsung is gearing up to launch the Galaxy Tab 3 series, which comprises of rumored 10.1- and 7-inch slates, as the tablet has been spotted in photos along with the packaging before the device's announcement at the end of February at MWC.
Rumors of what the next generation iPhone and iPad models may look like have already been swirling and the latest one may suggest that Apple is ready to upgrade the storage capacity of its highest end models with a 128 GB edition of either the iPhone 5S and/or the iPad.
After it was leaked and confirmed by a Samsung executive that the 8-inch Galaxy Note tablet would debut at Mobile World Congress, a newly leaked slide suggests that the iPad mini competitor will be available for consumers to purchase as early as March.
Motorola's much-rumored X Phone is expected to be available for consumer purchase this summer and at least one leak has it that the device will be available on July 8th on Verizon's 4G LTE network in the U.S. for the price of just under $300 with a two-year contract.
In addition to a rumored updated Nexus 10 for Google, Samsung is speculated to deliver its third generation of Galaxy Tab tablets at Mobile World Congress in an effort to compete more effectively against Apple's iPad tablet.
In lieu of a cheaper iPhone model for emerging markets like China, Apple is taking a more aggressive approach to try to gain some market share in the populous country by offering Chinese consumers financing options.
Google usually announces new Nexus hardware in collaboration with its hardware partners at its annual Google I/O developer conference every year, and this year, Google-owned Motorola is said to be debuting its X Phone at the same conference according to the latest leaks...
It looks like the leaked BlackBerry X10 model with a physical QWERTY keyboard may not launch on January 30th alongside the BlackBerry 10 operating system and the touchscreen-only BlackBerry Z10 model.
It appears that Sony is hoping to replicate the success and attention that the Xperia Z has been receiving with a rumored new Xperia Tablet Z Android tablet model.
Korean news agency Yonhap is speculating that LG will release its Optimus G2, successor to the flagship Optimus G, in the fall.
The 5.5-inch Optimus flagship smartphone that we had discussed yesterday may be coming to CES and be called the Optimus G2 according to Digitimes.
After having pre-announced the ZTE Nubia Z5 with a 5-inch full HD 1080p display and quad-core processing, ZTE is prepping an even larger phablet device with a 5.7-inch display.
With rumors that multiple smartphone-makers are releasing phablets with a 1080p HD display, LG may also be joining the game with its own Optimus flagship with a 5.5-inch 1080p full HD screen that could be released as early as next month.
After leaks earlier this week that detailed how Sony's Xperia Z and Xperia ZL handsets would look like, we now know some additional information about the two handsets, including basic pricing information and some of the differences between the two similar phablet models...
It looks like developers of some popular third-party iOS apps are now seeing new Apple hardware tested with their apps, notably a device with the iPhone 6.1 identifier running iOS 7.
Nokia may be working on yet another Microsoft-based product outside of its Windows Phone Lumia lineup.
Contrary to earlier statements, HTC may be headed back into the tablet game, only this time with Microsoft's Windows RT operating system rather than Google's Android OS.
ZTE will be the latest smartphone-maker to push the 5-inch barrier with rumors that the Chinese company will introduce a Grand S model at the Consumer Electronics Show in less than a month.
It looks like the Android-based digital and search assistant known as Google Now may be headed over to the web via Google's Chrome browser.
the latest rumor suggests that HTC may be edging out competitors to be the first out of the gate with partner NVIDIA's latest Tegra 4 chipset.
Samsung may have a few interesting devices on tap for 2013 and according to a leak, it looks like Samsung is aggressively planning to attack various form factors for mobile computing.
While Nokia executives have reiterated the company's commitment to Microsoft's Windows Phone platform since the debut of the Lumia 800, the smartphone manufacturer has been rumored to potentially consider developing devices running Google's Android operating system
While the Windows Phone 8X by HTC is the Microsoft Nexus-equivalent for Windows Phone, there are now rumors that HTC may be working on its own flagship Titan III smartphone with even better specs and a larger display.