A survey finds 48% percent of American households would drop their mobile data service to save money.
History is repeating itself: Apple's activation servers, primed for Wednesday's release of the iPhone 3.0 operating system to existing users strained to handle...
Software uses webOS multitasking to deliver current information about any North American flight.
Opera regained a slight lead over Apple to become the most-used mobile browser in May, according to data from StatCounter. Or maybe not.
An Illinois software developer is claiming prior use of the "Android" trademark.
More smartphones and mobile workers expect enterprise network access, but the devices challenge unprepared IT groups.
For a number of enterprise users and their application requirements, portability and price make netbooks a compelling option.
Will new iPhone firmware coming this summer bring better-performing models of the iPhone 3G and iPod Touch?
Apple is developing two new iPhones, designed for different markets, an analyst predicts.
Mozilla has posted the first beta release of Fennec, its mobile version of the Firefox Web browser.
Motorola has released the latest of its enterprise-class mobile computers, adding a more powerful processor.
The new generation of mobile Web browsers is going to introduce for enterprise IT departments a rash of security challenges.
A flock of new mobile devices unveiled this week at Mobile World Congress are part of the trend toward Linux-powered mobility.
Palm CEO Ed Colligan this week confirmed that "there will be no more Palm OS products," as the company focuses on the upcoming webOS.