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Eric is a freelance writer for InformationWeek specializing in mobile technologies.
Articles by Eric Zeman
posted in March 2013
HTC did such an incredible job piecing the One smartphone together that it is practically unrepairable, teardown outfit concludes.
Facebook has something significant to say about Android. Will the company finally introduce the long-rumored Facebook Phone?
49% of commuters send text messages or emails when behind the wheel, compared to 43% of teenagers, says new report from AT&T.
BlackBerry's Q4 earnings show the company eked out a slim profit as it shipped one million Z10 smartphones.
Drivers of newer BMW and Mini Cooper cars will be able to access their iPhone's music apps from the dashboard.
BlackBerry says BB10 platform is gaining traction with developers and now has 100,000 apps, with only 1 in 5 an Android port.
T-Mobile will at long last offer the Apple iPhone, but does the carrier's new math add up?
T-Mobile USA Tuesday officially launched its LTE 4G network and said it would drop device subsidies and finally offer the iPhone.
HTC delays U.S. launch of the One to late April, right when Samsung's Galaxy S 4 goes on sale. Can HTC's new marketing focus help the One stand out?
BlackBerry Z10's first weekend of sales in the U.S. was weak. The good news: The device is easy for owners to repair, says iFixit.
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop grabbed an interviewer's iPhone and threw it on the floor while pitching the company's newest Lumia smartphones.
BlackBerry Z10 can be purchased in the U.S. for the first time starting Friday. BlackBerry's road to success -- or failure -- begins anew.
A better picture of Apple's next iPhone is emerging from component orders. Third-quarter arrival predicted.
BlackBerry World app store reaches a major milestone on the eve of the U.S. launch of the BlackBerry Z10.
Samsung's latest smartphone costs more for the Korean company to make than last year's model, which might affect pricing.
The Z10 is about to debut in the U.S., but BlackBerry will struggle to reclaim as much as 5% of the smartphone market, analysts say.
Google made its Chromebook computers available in six more countries Tuesday; precise sales figures remain a mystery.
Samsung's wearable device will do many of the same things that a smartphone can.
Google acknowledges that its cloud software and file storage platform is experiencing problems.
BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins says rival Apple isn't innovating. Also, don't hold your breath for another BlackBerry tablet.
HTC shows up at Samsung's Galaxy S 4 launch party to pitch the One and do a little trash-talking.
Samsung packed the Galaxy S 4 with new features, but here's what we wanted and did not get.
Samsung's new flagship smartphone goes after Apple with software that takes cool pictures, responds to hand gestures and follows faces.
BlackBerry says a long-time partner placed the order, its largest-ever purchase.
Apple updates its maligned Maps app for the iPhone, includes 3-D flyovers for a handful of new cities.
AT&T is the first U.S. carrier to announce a firm launch date for the BlackBerry Z10.
With one day to go before the big reveal, speculation about the Samsung Galaxy S IV is running at an all-time high.
Influx of low-cost Android-based devices will tip the tablet market in Google's favor this year, says IDC.
Sprint, T-Mobile USA and Verizon Wireless can't touch AT&T's mobile broadband network speeds, says Root Metrics.
Samsung tweet reveals the Galaxy S IV's silhouette ahead of the device's big New York debut later this week.
Apple is on an upward trajectory in U.S., while Android, BlackBerry and Windows Phone devices all lost share, ComScore says.
We're learning more about the Galaxy S IV before its March 14 launch.
HTC saw another precipitous revenue decline in February, putting even more pressure on the One smartphone's success.
Is your BlackBerry Z10 battery running out of juice too quickly? Check out our advice on options and settings.
All versions of Android 4.0 and up for the first time account for a larger portion of the Android installed base than those running Android 2.3 Gingerbread.
App developers may start targeting Google's Android platform ahead of Apple's iOS platform, says ABI Research.
U.S. lawmakers pledge to change regulations that make it illegal to unlock cell phones. Is there an upside for the enterprise?
Sprint confirms it will only offer the BlackBerry Q10, which has a physical QWERTY keyboard.
Samsung unveils teaser for March 14 Unpacked event where the new Galaxy S IV smartphone will be launched.
BlackBerry Z10 owners who update their system software will see camera, messaging and battery performance gains.