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Eric is a freelance writer for InformationWeek specializing in mobile technologies.
Articles by Eric Zeman
posted in December 2015
The new year starts with a bang thanks to CES, which gets underway Jan. 5. Here are some trends we expect to see at the show.
From the Samsung Galaxy S6 to the iPhone 6s, here are our picks for the best smartphones of 2015.
Apple may bring higher-quality music streaming to iPhone and iPad owners next year, according to reports. But details are still scant.
Three Silicon Valley tech giants, Apple, Facebook, and Google, account for the lion's share of app usage on smartphones and tablets in the US, according to Nielsen.
The last 12 months haven't produced radical change in the mobile tech space, but the needle has definitely moved forward. Here's a look at InformationWeek's Top 10 list of the best mobile tech of 2015.
Microsoft will not deliver Windows 10 Mobile to older smartphones this month as promised.
IDC expects consumers to adopt smartwatches in record numbers over the next year, with the Apple Watch leading the way.
Tablet owners can now add their iPad, Nexus, or Galaxy tablet to Google's Project Fi wireless service for 4G LTE Web surfing.
Google has added a number of new features to its mobile apps for Android and iOS devices.
Samsung's next-generation flagship, expected in March, will feature a pressure-sensitive screen similar to that of the Apple iPhone 6s, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Google engineers are aiming to improve Android's appeal as a work platform by bringing split-screen multitasking to its tablets.
Microsoft's wearable fitness tracker gained a host of new powers that make it a more well-rounded product. Pebble is also prepping a significant update for its original wearables.
Samsung's humongous tablet is best used as an alternative to small TVs, but even then it's a dubious purchase. Here is a hands-on review of the device.
Apple has pushed new versions of its core operating systems to the iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, Apple TV, and Mac computers.
Google plans to update its Nexus-branded handsets this week with a security patch. It's also adding tons of new emojis. This marks the first set of updates to its Android 6.0 Marshmallow mobile operating system.
Verizon Wireless is the last major carrier to offer customers WiFi calling. The company is starting with just two phones, the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge.
Microsoft will have a hard time selling Windows handsets while Apple and Google keep their shares at or near current levels, according to research firm IDC.
iPhone and iPad owners have updated to iOS 9 at a quicker pace than last year's iOS 8, according to Apple.
Microsoft may replace the Lumia brand next year with a Surface Phone running Windows 10 Mobile, according to reports.
The change in leadership reflects Samsung's loss of faith in J.K. Shin after sales of the Samsung Galaxy S6 fell far short of expectations.