The wireless industry is gathering in Orlando for CTIA 2011, a showcase of some of the latest and greatest tablets and phones as well as fur… Read more »
We’re beginning to see hints that mobile-device makers may be prepared to start weaning themselves off carriers handouts and pricing their p… Read more »
With little choice but to press ahead in what promises to be a weird year for the wireless industry, Sprint (NYSE: S) introduced two new Evo… Read more »
Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Tab devices are another sign that competitors to Apple’s iPad have learned from Motorola’s mistakes in rolling out… Read more »
Just days after AT&T’s stunning announcement of its intent to purchase T-Mobile, the men who would lead the three remaining dominant U.S. wi… Read more »
At some point, you’d think Microsoft (NSDQ: MSFT) will just have to sue Google (NSDQ: GOOG) directly. But its proxy campaign against Android… Read more »
Google (NSDQ: GOOG) is hooking up with a new friend in the wireless industry. Two announcements from Sprint (NYSE: S) and Google Monday woul… Read more »
The biggest story of the year in the wireless industry didn’t wait for the beginning of this week’s CTIA Wireless conference in Orlando, but… Read more »
How is AT&T’s blockbuster proposal to acquire T-Mobile USA being seen by the tech and wireless communities? A sampling of reactions to the h… Read more »
Just ask any upset-minded team this week during the NCAA Tournament: the games don’t end in the first half.
A week after Apple’s second-gen… Read more »
Luckily for Rovio, raising cash from the public markets might be easier than trying to make the bird with the long beak spin back onto the p… Read more »
Stalled negotiations over how best to implement the promising NFC (near-field communications) wireless payment technology in Research in Mot… Read more »
The iPhone’s Safari browser couldn’t win this week: it was either hopelessly outdated against the efforts of Google (NSDQ: GOOG) and Android… Read more »
Motorola (NYSE: MMI) announced plans Wednesday to release a much-cheaper version of its Xoom tablet without a cellular data connection.
The… Read more »
Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 is getting a vote of confidence from a company not usually counted among its allies. Read more »
Normally when you buy a next-generation product, you expect next-generation performance. Owners of AT&T’s new “4G” phones are finding out th… Read more »
It’s not just the line-standers: wait times for Apple’s iPad 2 are increasing as the company struggles to keep up with demand for the second… Read more »
Prolonged disruptions in supply chains and power networks in Japan could pose trouble for a host of consumer electronics companies, especial… Read more »
In the wake of the disaster unfolding in Japan, AT&T (NYSE: T) and Verizon have decided to make all voice calls to the country free, retroac… Read more »
There is no question that Apple (NSDQ: AAPL) loves the fact that thousands of people are willing to wait in lines for its new products. What… Read more »
After a major disaster like the 8.9 earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan last night, the first thing virtually everyone shaken by the event… Read more »
Apple (NSDQ: AAPL) has closed a loophole that let iOS application users make in-app purchases following downloads without having to enter a… Read more »
In just the latest round of turmoil to hit WiMax high-speed wireless provider Clearwire (NSDQ: CLWR), the company’s CEO and two prominent ex… Read more »
AT&T (NYSE: T) and Verizon are both set to carry Apple’s iPad 2 when it arrives tomorrow evening, and they’re offering similar pricing plans… Read more »
While Apple (NSDQ: AAPL) and Google (NSDQ: GOOG) are currently dominating most of the mobile development community’s time and effort, many p… Read more »
Two of America’s more downtrodden wireless carriers may be thinking about joining forces, despite the fact they speak different languages.… Read more »
Microsoft (NSDQ: MSFT) won a huge new partnership with Nokia (NYSE: NOK) that could light a fire under its mobile division, but it will come… Read more »
Keith Pardy, the chief marketing officer at BlackBerry maker Research in Motion (NSDQ: RIMM), has announced plans to leave the company just… Read more »
Google’s work on helping Android developers deal with fragmentation is getting some teeth.
Android applications designed for past versions,… Read more »
The company that practically invented the tablet is taking its sweet time getting back around to it now that people are actually interested.… Read more »
Research in Motion (NSDQ: RIMM) may be contemplating offering a version of one of its most popular applications–BlackBerry Messenger–for a… Read more »
Smartphones and tablets will take their toll on PC vendors in 2011, slowing growth rates as people choose lighter-weight mobile devices, acc… Read more »
On the occasion of the launch of the second generation of Apple’s iPad tablet, CEO Steve Jobs essentially declared the end of the two-decade… Read more »
Apple (NSDQ: AAPL) unveiled a new version of its iOS software, version 4.3, during its iPad 2 event Wednesday.
Scott Forstall, head of iOS… Read more »
The iPad 2 is official: as thought, it’s faster and thinner than the original version.
Apple (NSDQ: AAPL) CEO Steve Jobs unveiled the new d… Read more »
Apple (NSDQ: AAPL) CEO Steve Jobs made a surprise appearance at an event that’s expected to see the launch of the iPad 2, as he updated atte… Read more »
That didn’t last very long: Verizon Wireless (NYSE: VZ), with just one month of iPhone sales under its belt, plans to phase out unlimited da… Read more »
Updated: Apple (NSDQ: AAPL) today unveiled its iPad 2 and as predicted, it’s thinner and faster. Also announced: iOS 4.3 with FaceTime (NYSE… Read more »
Wireless carriers like AT&T (NYSE: T) are adding more new customers through tablet sales than smartphones, according to a new report.
Cheta… Read more »
Apple (NSDQ: AAPL) COO Tim Cook wants to make sure that Apple can reach the mass market with the iPhone.
Cook sat down with Bernstein Resea… Read more »