Every marketing team at every carrier has now jumped on the "4G" bandwagon to such an extent that the term has no real meaning anymore.
It's the beginning of the end of unlimited data consumption on wired as well as wireless Internet services.
Android has a lot going for it, but as the last week has shown its approach to selling and distributing applications is going to need some improvement.
A big head start, a more mature app market and strong pricing for iPad 2 are among the reasons Apple remains on top.
Although his company specializes in designing device hardware, Motorola's CEO thinks the tablet market's future is largely out of his hands.
Verizon and Motorola are teaming up to give public safety agencies access to their own LTE networks that can be supplemented by Verizon coverage when needed.
Early users of the Motorola Xoom tablet have rendered their verdict of Google's tablet-centric operating system: Needs improvement.
We know that Apple's mobile application subscription scheme is unpopular with publishers, but now analyst firm Forrester's CEO is panning it too.
Apple Tuesday said that it has terminated business with a Chinese factory that it found had employed 42 underage workers.
The battle among mobile operating systems may garner a lot of headlines, but it seems network quality is still the most important factor for smartphone users.
Just months after dismissing the importance of mobile apps, Research in Motion could be jumping aboard the app bandwagon.
Brough Turner is building a network that can circumvent both incumbent carriers and the FCC.