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 August 2014
Apple's latest iPhone could help bring mobile payments to the mainstream.
LG's G Watch R and Samsung's Gear S do little to shake up the wearable market. Perhaps Apple's upcoming device will.
iPad-maker will pitch the tablet to businesses as a potential laptop replacement.
Verizon says its new Voice over LTE service will offer 4G customers better voice quality and instant video chats.
The next few weeks will see a number of new smartphones and wearable devices from Samsung, LG, Sony, Apple, and others.
Last-minute changes to the display have manufacturers scampering to meet quotas. We've heard this story before.
Recent research suggests the fourth quarter could be big for tablet makers.
Web data suggests sales of Amazon's Fire Phone are lukewarm at best.
HTC One for Windows Phone uses the same hardware as the Android version.
Best Buy gave an early reveal of previously unknown data points about the device, including its price.
Current smartwatches don't offer enough useful features to catch on with consumers, says analyst. Will Apple change that?
Even Apple's iOS is a blip compared to Google's unstoppable, juggernaut mobile platform.
Samsung's latest smartphone sports new iPhone-like metallic design but falls short on some key features.
Law would force phone makers to add remote kill switches; Apple, Google, and Microsoft have already agreed to implement them.
Acer's latest Chromebook models deliver an Nvidia Tegra K1 processor, a 13.3-inch full HD display, and sub-$400 price tags.
Windows Phone momentum continues, with an OS update, more apps, and Skype improvements. But is it time for Microsoft to just give up?
Sprint has ditched its effort to acquire T-Mobile, hired a new CEO, and set a new course. This is all good news for consumers -- if it makes the right moves.
Apple will follow its annual release schedule and show off new iPhones in early September, reports say.
Xiaomi has usurped Samsung's smartphone lead in the world's largest market.
LG moves to stem smartwatch hardware problem, begins sales of 7-inch Android tablet with AT&T.
Amazon left out some important features in its splashy new Fire smartphone. Consider these five factors before you shop.