German and the United Kingdom have teamed up to offer even faster mobile broadband.
Tablets will make up 50 percent of the PC market next year, according to a new report.
Another peek at HTC's One Max phone-tablet combo has been leaked, this time showing a fingerprint scanner on board.
BlackBerry has announced that it is has essentially put itself up for sale. So where did it all go wrong for Canadian firm which was once a leader in the mobile industry?
Google Android smartphones are dominating the market, according to the latest figures from Gartner.
There's also news on the possible processor for the Android smartphone. Qaulcomm's Snapdragon 600 chip may be used.
BlackBerry has started rolling out the first software update for its flagship Z10 smartphone.
HTC has posted a countdown timer to the introduction next week of its HTC One smartphone, also known as the M7.
The Windows Phone 7.8 updated has finally started to arrive for Nokia's Lumia smartphones.
Xperia S and other handsets will still get Ice Cream Sandwich upgrades while Sony evaluates Android 4.1 for use on its phones.
Supporters of the British Team can get a special edition of the newest Samsung smartphone emblazoned with UK colors and theme.
The beefier model will match the storage capacities available on Apple's iPhone.
Sony hints it is working on a Windows 8 tablet to join its Android-powered entries, with plans for release in time for holiday shopping.
Virgin Media has equipped 41 London underground stations with Wi-Fi Internet access, and plans to add more before the events begin.
Nokia says the Google Nexus 7 tablet infringes on its patents, even before it hits the marketplace.
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