BlackBerry and TCL will end their handset partnership in August 2020

Big changes are ahead for BlackBerry and TCL as the smartphone market continues to see slowing growth. The pair announced today that they would end their four-year brand licensing and tech support par

HTC Reports Lowest Sales Since Jan 2010, Worst Revenue Decline In 4 Months, As February Sales Fell 44% To $384M

The new <a href="https://techcrunch.com/2013/02/19/hands-on-with-htcs-would-be-savior-the-htc-one/">HTC One unveiled last month</a> is increasingly feeling like last-chance saloon for the troubled Tai

Competition Weighs Down HTC In Q2: Sales Drop 27% To $3B; Operating Profit, EPS Down By 57%; Lowers Q3 Outlook

HTC has <a target="_blank" href="http://www.htc.com/www/investor/">posted</a> its Q2 numbers and they're not pretty. While numbers were up on Q1, the Taiwanese Android/Windows Phone smartphone maker s

As Nokia Completes Scalado Buy, Another ex-Nokia Spinoff Emerges: Oulutalent

Today Nokia <a target="_blank" href="http://press.nokia.com/2012/07/24/nokia-completes-acquisition-of-developers-technologies-and-intellectual-property-for-imaging-from-scalado/">announced</a> that it

HTC To Sell 60 Million Handsets Next Year

<img src="http://www.mobilecrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/htc-p3300-mobilephone.jpeg" />HTC isn't messing around next year. After selling 20 million in 2010, the handset maker expects to sell 6

Vertu to sell 4 golden cell phones in Japan (price: $215,000 each)

<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/03/vertu_2-620x620.jpg" /> Nokia pulled out of Japan, one of the world's biggest mobile markets, <a href="http://www.crunchgear.com/2008/11

NTT Docomo floods Japan with 22 new cell phones

Japan’s biggest telco NTT DoCoMo today announced 4 new cell phone series (STYLE, PRIME, SMART and PRO ), which are part of the company’s fall/winter product line-up. Docomo will offer a to

Samsung brings the Beat with two new music phones

Samsung pushed out two new music phones this morning. Continuing the name-followed-by-superscript branding idea that began with the Soulb, they’ve dubbed the new handsets Beatb and Beats. Much o

Sprint's roadmap for the next 10 months leaked

Yikes. I’d imagine that heads are going to roll over at Sprint HQ over this one. BGR managed to get their hands on a presentation outlining everything Sprint’s currently got planned until

Three more Sony Ericsson Walkman cellphones heading your way

The Sony Ericsson Walkman cellphones turn 3-years-old this year, so SE is releasing three more such phones, the W902, W595 and W302. They’re all, let’s face it, essentially the same music

Openmoko Neo Freerunner to launch July 4th

Man, I loves me some Openmoko Neo Freerunner. Sure, it’s not the prettiest thing on the planet. Sure, a completely open source mobile device may be a bit ahead of the times for all but the most

Taiwan scores big with handsets this year

Mobile handset production in Taiwan is currently up 82 percent from last year and the first quarter of next year is forecast to see a 150 percent increase over the first quarter of 2007. This growth i

Motorola Sales Not RIZNG

Bad news for all you INVSTRS out there: Motorola sales are sinking and it’s not subtle. The telecom giant has posted a loss of a whopping $181 million for Q1 alone. Decreasing sales of mobile ha

Motorola To Make A Killing Off You Through Cost Cutting

We all should know by now that the way a business makes money is by manufacturing a product at a low cost, then inflating the price by 200% and selling it to consumers. But Motorola doesn’t just