The battle has begun to win the government's heart in the debate of AT&T and T-Mobile's merger.
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’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.
Despite the fact that all major carriers are moving toward 4G technology, Apple apparently won't be making use of it until 2012.
Verizon has said it will roll out its next generation LTE network in 38 cities in the first half of 2011. Not only that, but the network is promising six 4G phones to go along with the rollout.
Disappointing news for Verizon and Sprint users waiting for Windows Phone 7 to launch before they upgrade: Neither will actually have the phones when the new OS launches this fall.