Obama wants to keep the internet open.
Wireless carriers have agreed to end "bill shock" by sending texts to customers warning of overages and possible fees.
Asus is launching a splash-resistant Android tablet over in Japan that's supposedly shock-resistant and dust-resistant too.
IP company LVL Patent Group has filed nine patent infringement suits against a total of 120 defendants primarily in the wireless and communications industry.
HP has canceled plans to sell its webOS-based Pre 3 in North America. Meanwhile, the phone is now selling in the UK and France for a meager $75.
Verizon Wireless Broadband LTE service is lightning fast, if we believe the commercials that currently are running on TV channels and promote the LG Revolution and Netflix streaming.
There's talk that the iPod Touch 5 will follow the iPad 2 and support 3G connectivity for downloading apps and media on the go.
Tiered pricing for Verizon Wireless customers is definitely kicking in this summer, but the Big Red Network may eventually offer a family plan to ease the blow.
Beginning with iOS 5, Apple may release smaller patches instead of full OS downloads to enable over-the-air updating for Verizon iPhones.
Already available on AT&T and Verizon, it seems the Apple iPhone could soon be making its way to T-Mobile.
Google may have simple been tired of lawsuits that are being filed against it. Fortunately, the company is sitting on a pile of cash to deal with this problem: It simply buys patents.
It hasn't been that long since Google and Samsung launched the Nexus S. However, the search giant this morning announced the second iteration of the Nexus S smartphone.
We know there are some people just refuse to buy an iPhone 4 until they can have the white version. Now it seems Samsung is trying to accommodate for those who don’t want the plain, black Samsung Nexus S.
It’s been years in the making but this morning at an event in New York City, Verizon finally confirmed it: The iPhone is coming to Verizon.
AT&T CEO Ralph de la Vega scored gave of the coveted keynote speeches for CES 2011’s press day and used the time to detail the company’s plans for its upcoming 4G LTE network.
You may not think much of SMS messages hitting your phone every day, but two researchers revealed earlier today at a hacking conference in Berlin, Germany, that SMS could be used to attack and shut down individual cell phones or an entire carrier network.
[Updated at end of post] Apple co-founder Steve 'the Woz' Wozniak speaks out about the Android versus iPhone debate.