After Gazelle put a call out for the weirdest broken phone stories, the gems started rolling in. The top reasons for a broken phone include dropping it (30%) and water damage (13%), with "other"...
It's easy to assume that many iPhone users will profess their love for their smartphone when asked. These iPhone relationships are created out of the vigorous daily iPhone usage for everything from phone calls to e-mail and...
Gazelle recently did a study on the geographic location of broken cell phone shipments (mainly iPhones) they have received from their customers, then reported that data based on the top metropolitan areas that had the highest...
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The Samsung Z1, the first smartphone to run the new Tizen operating system (OS), debuted in India this week.
2014 was a great year for mobile devices, and 2015 promises to be just as big. Here are some of the highly anticipated devices hitting shelves next year.
New reports indicate that Samsung is aiming to release a low-end Windows phone that runs version 8.1 of the mobile operating system in Q3 of this year.
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WebOS has a new home. The Audi/LG webOS smartwatch is the latest landing point for the open-source operating system, as unveiled at last week's CES 2015.
Those who know Gazelle understand the big picture: we pay cash for your used or broken devices. But the journey of where your beloved gadget goes has remained a mystery – until now.
The Lenovo VIBE Band VB10 is the first wearable from Lenovo, and it's coming into the arena sporting a simple yet functional design and an E Ink display.
The idea of instantly printed photos may sound like a relic of a bygone era, but now Polaroid is launching the Polaroid Zip for instant smartphone photos.
Mobile trends are changing how people live and how brands conduct business. Here are three mobile trends expected to take place starting in 2015.
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