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Eric is a freelance writer for InformationWeek specializing in mobile technologies.
Articles by Eric Zeman
posted in July 2013
Two Samsung smartphones beat Apple's in latest American Customer Satisfaction Index.
Starbucks kicks AT&T to the curb and chooses Google to provide free Wi-Fi at its 7,000 U.S. stores; Google promises speeds up to 10 times faster.
Inventory costs, market slowdown seen as factors in company's ongoing struggles.
BlackBerry's low-cost QWERTY smartphone reaches its home market of Canada on August 13.
Google's new tablet looks sharp, but software incompatibilities and system crashes plagued this test drive.
Microsoft needs to get more apps to Windows Phones faster, says Nokia VP.
Apple wins brand of the year from U.S. consumers in Harris Interactive poll's smartphone, tablet and PC categories.
Samsung reported record profits during its most recent quarter, thanks in part to strong sales of the Galaxy S4.
Google's Android chief says Samsung will make the next Nexus 10 tablet. Here's what it needs.
The latest version of Android may be an incremental update, but it brings some much-needed improvements to Google's mobile platform.
Google announced the second-generation Nexus 7 tablet Wednesday with a low price and high-definition 7-inch screen, raising the standard for small Android tablets.
Second-quarter sales results show Apple and Samsung leading a healthy smartphone market, while Blackberry struggles.
Verizon refreshes aging RAZR lineup with new Android smartphones from Google's Motorola division.
Lumia 625 has a 4.7-inch display, the largest of any Windows Phone.
As Motorola prepares to reveal the Moto X, its first smartphone developed under Google's ownership, here's what we expect.
Apple has asked suppliers for larger prototypes of its smartphone and tablet, reports The Wall Street Journal.
AT&T and Verizon rolled out ugly smartphone plans this week. Before you choose any new plan, consider this advice.
AT&T and Verizon debuted early device upgrade plans this week. Avoid them if you value your hard-earned dollars.
HTC is betting that consumers will like a smaller version of its flagship HTC One smartphone.
Google may reveal details of a new version of its Nexus 7 tablet and its Android mobile operating system next week.
Yahoo CEO Marissa Meyer has spent the last year revitalizing the Web giant, and nowhere have her efforts been more visible than with its smartphone apps.
Apple may push back the release of the next-gen iPhone due to a sudden change in its design.
AT&T unveils new plan that lets customers upgrade phones more frequently. T-Mobile's disruption strategy seems to be working.
BlackBerry A10 pictures and specs are all over the Internet. Is this BlackBerry's way to deflect attention from its financials?
Woman in China reportedly was electrocuted when she answered her iPhone while it was charging.
Apple's smartwatch may not arrive until late 2014, as the company scrambles to recruit staff to help solve its "hard engineering problems."
Chrome, Facebook, Vine and other popular apps for Android and iOS platforms got significant updates this week.
Path, Flipboard, Vine and other popular apps are on the way, but sorry, Instagram fans, still no Windows Phone app.
Nokia looks to convert photographers into customers with the Lumia 1020.
T-Mobile expands LTE network, lets customers upgrade to new devices twice a year.
Android tablets and the iPad are long overdue for dedicated mapping applications, and Google is finally delivering.
BlackBerry CEO Heins begs cranky investors for patience at annual shareholder meeting, as company struggles to regain lost footing.
Apple's App Store changed the smartphone landscape five years ago, but here are five things it still needs to do.
More than one-third of all Android devices are still running 2010-era software, but the newest versions are growing steadily.
Portable heads-up display, compatible with navigation apps, projects directions directly onto a car's windshield.
HTC and Samsung both saw their shares tumble after failing to wow investors with sales of high-end smartphones.