Workers bringing their own devices to work was one of the biggest challenges IT pros faced in 2011, and the trend is on the rise for 2012.
In retrospect, it's not hard to see why AT&T thought its proposed $39 billion merger with T-Mobile would sail through with relatively no issues.
Verizon is working on a fix for a problem that some users say seems to slow down data access.
You get the feeling that executives in Research in Motion will especially relish singing "Should old acquaintance be forgot" this year.
Although technically inferior to the iPad, Amazon's tablet entry has a different aim and is "strategically misunderstood" but a sales success anyway, Morgan Stanley analyst reports.
Google has started pushing its Google+ social networking service further into Gmail with new features that let users add to their circles directly from their email accounts.
If the latest survey from Nielsen holds water, you can expect to see a lot of smartphones, tablets and other popular devices under the Christmas tree this year.
AT&T today notified customers that there had been an "organized and systematic" attempt to hack into their personal account information.
AT&T is accelerating its LTE deployments and will launch its LTE services in six cities next week.
Sprint may be axing its unlimited 4G plans for most devices but at least it's making sure you pay less for what you use.
Amazon holds the edge, but don't count Apple out.
Once Sprint gets its LTE network up and running, it will mean that all three major wireless carriers in the United States support LTE. Does that make WiMAX dead?
It's a two-horse race for now but competitors are revamping their wares.
Google is launching a new initiative called GoMo aimed at helping businesses build websites for the mobile age.
Freshmen in a Chicago-area school district now have a reason to be excited about coming to school: Free iPads.