AT&T Mobility stores will begin selling the BlackBerry Q10 on June 21. The QWERTY-enabled BB10 phone will cost $199.99 when purchased on a two-year agreement, and it will also be eligible for AT&T's trade-in program for customers who wish to exchange their existing phone for a discount of at least $100. MobileBurn.com has reviewed the BlackBerry Q10 and found that while users make compromises on the screen and app choices, physical keyboard enthusiasts will be pleased by the touch keyboard and strong battery life. Interested customers can read our review and then get purchasing information on the BlackBerry Q10 from AT&T.
Search engine Blekko has released new versions of Izik, a mobile-friendly search engine designed to introduce results that are more visual and built specifically for smartphones. Previously available tablets, Izik is now available for category-based search on Android and Apple iOS smartphones. More
Huawei is once again attempting to lay claim to having the world's thinnest smartphone with today's announcement of the Huawei Ascend P6, an Android 4.2 device that measures only 6.18mm and weighs 120g. More
The Sony Xperia Z debuted months ago in Europe and Asia, and the waterproof Android smartphone will finally arrive at a U.S. carrier in the coming weeks. T-Mobile today confirmed that it will support the Xperia Z, and the phone will be compatible with its upcoming 4G LTE network. More
Sprint has filed a lawsuit against DISH Network and Clearwire, seeking to prevent Clearwire from accepting an offer from DISH that would change the management structure of the company and end Sprint's hope of acquiring the struggling carrier. More
Most Windows Phone users probably haven't noticed, but Bing voice search and speech-to-text have become faster and more accurate in recent weeks thanks to an improved version of Microsoft's voice technology that is appearing on phones now. More
Since February, Skype has supported customers leaving video messages that contacts can view on their smartphone, tablet, or desktop. The beta period has ended and Skype Video Messages now supports Mac OS, Windows, and all major mobile platforms - except Windows Phone. More
While Sprint has been making headlines for its love rectangle with Clearwire, Dish, and SoftBank, the carrier is finally making news for something positive by announcing a new round of LTE expansion in various parts of the U.S. More
Instagram, the Android and Apple iOS photo sharing app owned by Facebok, will soon become Instagram, the photo and video sharing app, according to new reports. TechCrunch cites an unnamed source that says Facebook's June 20 event is to unveil a new video option for Instagram. The app would follow the path of Tout, Vine, and Viddy by uploading short videos ranging from 5 to 10 seconds. Though this is just an unconfirmed rumor with practically no details, one would assume that, if true, Instagram would support filters on the video. The addition of video would be a dramatic shift from the mobile photography niche that Instagram has cultivated.
Apple has issued a statement on its "Commitment to customer privacy" in light of recent reports that it and other companies like Facebook and Google have granted the NSA direct access to user data.
During Game 5 of the NBA Finals, a curious three-minute commercial announcing the upcoming release of rap artist Jay-Z's new album Magna Carta Holy Grail featured Samsung's "The Next Big Thing" tagline. So what's the connection between Jay-Z and Samsung? The Magna Carta Holy Grail. More
AT&T's prepaid GoPhone service will soon gain the ability to access the carrier's growing 4G LTE network on select devices. Though GoPhone has previously been limited to prepaid service using entry-level phones, smartphone customers will see faster speeds with the new options. More
Microsoft has long been rumored to release an Apple iOS client for its Office suite of applications. While the company hasn't quite made those rumors a reality as expected, it has released Office Mobile for Office 365, a companion app for Office 365 customers. More
Anyone tired of dismissing notifications on an Android phone only to have those same notifications appear on a tablet or desktop will be happy to know that Google has finally addressed this problem in the latest version of Google+ for Android. More