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 November 2014
Apple, Xiaomi, Lenovo, and LG all saw growth, while Samsung's share of the smartphone market dipped yet again.
Looking to score a smartphone bargain? Let's talk trade-ins and timing.
There's never been a better time to buy a big-screened phone. Here's how the Google Nexus 6 and the Apple iPhone 6 Plus stack up.
Samsung shipped 40% fewer GS5 smartphones than it expected to, leaving them piled up in warehouses.
Comcast tests a service that alerts customers when technicians are on the way.
Corning says its next-generation glass is twice as strong as anything now on the market.
Former Nokia employees turn to the Web for help funding their dream tablet.
Nokia returns to the mobile hardware game with the N1 tablet, which resembles an iPad Mini but runs Android 5.0 Lollipop.
McDonald's, Walgreens, and other retailers report more consumers are using mobile payments.
US marshals hunt for suspects by flying over cities with technology that tricks cellphones on the ground into giving up their identification codes.
Google is updating older Nexus devices to Android 5.0. Here's what you need to know about the new and improved OS.
Carriers begin selling Google's latest Nexus smartphone, but locating one takes work.
Having officially dropped the Nokia brand from its devices, apps, and services, Microsoft offers up a ho-hum handset for emerging markets.
Former iPhone users can deactivate their numbers to fix a bug that sent some texts via iMessage rather than SMS.
Amazon and Samsung trail Apple significantly in tablet use across the US and Canada.
WireLurker infects iPhones and iPads via USB cable when attached to Macs.
Nexus 6 smartphone is in short supply, but Google says it will make more available.
Having hit 84% of the smartphone market in Q3, Android likely has nowhere to go but down.
Google's new Nexus 9 tablet boasts some impressive hardware -- but the current state of the software is another story.