Despite its massive success, Apple relies heavily on the iPhone remaining dominant. If the company falters with the iPhone, it could face major problems quickly.
Apple is gaining market share in China, and things can get even better in 2014.
While Microsoft is showing it can claw its way into the smartphone market, BlackBerry is losing market share and nearing the end.
Mobile gaming is a finicky industry full of flappy futures. Does this soon-to-be public company have the solution to survival?
It's more than a coincidence that the two tech behemoths led the way last year in smartphone market share growth.
Can Samsung gain control over its biggest business?
... regardless of who emerges as the Visa or Mastercard of mobile payments.
Apple and Tesla sitting in a tree, S-P-E-C-U-L-A-T-I-N-G.
Apple's two biggest divisions are reporting better pricing, iTunes is growing by a significant amount, and the company is generating cash, hand over fist. It's also repurchasing shares and pays a decent dividend.
Blackberry is offering several reasons for investors to be hopeful ahead of Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next week. Can the company deliver?