BlackBerry has announced the Z3 smartphone, a new all-touch BlackBerry 10 smartphone designed with Indonesian customers in mind, will come to SA soon.
Nokia has released five new low-cost phones, including three that can run both Android apps and Microsoft services.
Samsung's "Unpacked" event in Barcelona has delivered not only the new Galaxy S5 and Gear products, but also the promise of a new device ecosystem.
LG has entered the phone-tablet arena as it introduces its 5.5" G-Pro Lite, which combines a big screen and a stylus with slightly more modest specs.
Phone cameras cannot, by themselves, replace conventional SLR but add-on lenses are reinventing phone photography, writes Arthur Goldstuck.
As great images make their rounds on social networks such as Instagram, Heather Green reviews seven photo-editing apps for tablets and phones.
Sony Mobile has unveiled a large-screen 6" smartphone, the Xperia T2 Ultra, targeted at emerging markets, including Africa.
An appeals court has ruled that Apple did not use patented technology owned by Google unit Motorola Mobility in making its iPhones.
Garmin has unveiled a range of new products, including the first nüvi with wireless backup camera, and a head-up display with smartphone app.
Vodacom is looking into music and video content from Naspers on the back of a future reduction in data prices and faster connection speeds.
Samsung Electronics expects to supply half of the smartphones sold in Africa this year and hopes to double sales on the continent in 2014.
South African telecoms firm Seemahala is developing a smartphone that focuses on the need in Africa for internet access and long battery life.
Ill-conceived decisions by Blackberry's chief executives have plunged the cellphone company into dire straits, but can anything be done to save it?
A highly anticipated Apple event will look to extend the reach of the iPhone to new markets as the tech giant moves to regain momentum.
The once high-tech tool of world leaders and the financial elite has lost its cutting-edge reputation, aspirational appeal and its customers.
Chinese telecoms equipment group Huawei has presented a device it claims can download high definition films in minutes and songs in seconds.
On the eve of BlackBerry 10 launch in South Africa, waiting lists for the Apple iPhone 5 have vanished and all suppliers are fully stocked.
Kenya's Safaricom has announced the release of the Yolo smartphone, the first smartphone for Africa using the Intel smartphone platform.
The watchwords for consumer mobile phone technology in 2013 will be "thinner" and "bigger," writes Arthur Goldstuck.
Smartphones and tablets powered by Google's Android software are eating into Apple's turf by feeding appetites for innovation and low prices.