Profile of Eric Zeman
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Eric is a freelance writer for InformationWeek specializing in mobile technologies.
Articles by Eric Zeman
posted in January 2014
Google loses billions of dollars on the deal, but says it will help to improve Android and let Motorola become a major player in the wireless phone market.
AT&T fires the latest salvo in the carrier war for contracts: $100 credit for all new lines of service.
Smartphones accounted for 55.1% of worldwide mobile phone shipments last year; Samsung, Apple again led the pack.
Android, iOS, and Windows Phone continue to jockey for position as Samsung and Apple begin to show signs of weakness.
Sales of Samsung's smartphones fell slightly during the fourth quarter as the world's leading smartphone maker offers weak outlook moving into 2014.
Nokia's latest earnings report could signal more challenges ahead for the Windows Phone platform.
Apple sold about 25 million iPads during the holiday season, with iPad Air and iPad Mini with Retina Display making up the bulk of sales.
Phablets aren't a fad, Juniper Research says. Android and Windows Phone will lead the market -- at least until Apple jumps in.
US consumers prefer iPhones and Galaxies to other smartphones, iPhone sales help Apple widen its lead.
Samsung's latest Android tablet features stripped-down specs, targeting casual users more than mobile pros.
China Mobile secures more than 1 million iPhones as it prepares to offer the device to customers for the first time. Meanwhile, one study suggests sales of the 5s are killing the 5c.
Thieves nabbed more than 8,000 Apple products in NYC last year. Take these device and data safety steps.
Motorola follows up discounts on the smartphone with a free Google Chromecast for new buyers.
Samsung hints at big makeover for Galaxy S5 smartphone, expected to ship in April, along with improved Galaxy Gear smartwatch.
Top smartphone makers shied away from CES this year, and Chinese companies flooded show with budget models.
Samsung unveiled new workhorse Android tablets at CES, two of which feature monstrous 12.2-inch displays.
Move over geeky, and make way for elegant, Pebble urges with its stainless steel device debuting at CES 2014.
Acer's new low-cost Android and Windows tablets target budget-minded buyers seeking entry-level hardware.
Texting or dialing while driving is much riskier than just talking on your cellphone, according to a new study.