Two Apple customers have filed a class-action suit, alleging that Apple violates federal law and enables stalking.
Documents revealed on the Web show a purported new Lenovo Android tablet for the enterprise market and a super-thin notebook with dramatically improved battery life.
Small and midsize companies can now manage their smartphone expenses with a Web portal and smartphone app from Anomalous Networks.
A prototype access point uses low frequency White Spaces spectrum to forge a reliable Internet connection in a Houston trial. "Super Wi-Fi" frequencies can penetrate buildings...
iPhone 4 customer satisfaction ratings are basically identical for Verizon and AT&T subscribers, according to a new survey by ChangeWave Research.
One year after the Windows Phone 7 developer tools were released, Microsoft cites numbers to show the popularity of the OS with developers.
Nokia fully expects, and plans, to do what Microsoft and its handset partners have so far been unable to do: make Windows Phone 7 a must-have mobile platform.
Two "new" Windows Phone 7 handsets, for AT&T and Sprint, are on display this week at the CTIA conference in Orlando.
AT&T's surprise $39 billion buyout of T-Mobile USA raises questions for subscribers, the U.S. cellular industry, and competitors.
What better way to celebrate the arrival of spring than by showing up in Orlando for CTIA Wireless 2011, which runs March 22-24. The buzz is all about LTE.