Microsoft showed off some WP7 apps that take full advantage of the WP7 operating system.
AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon: PCWorld’s exclusive performance tests reveal which 4G network delivers the fastest data speeds.
Here at South by Southwest the rumors are flying -- and Google's not denying -- that a major new social networking service is in the works. But after Buzz, should we care?
Microsoft has dramatically simplified the browser experience with IE9, which will launch here at SXSW Monday.
It’s my first day of the conference, and it seems clear that SXSW Interactive has arrived as a major meeting place for the tech world.
ZTE shoots for the low-budget Android market with its two new tablets.
The carrier’s spectrum holdings, problems with WiMAX partner Clearwire and the limitations of WiMAX coupled with increasing 4G competition may all be pushing Sprint toward a major strategic shift.
The new tablet uses a special version of HTC's Sense overlay software to create a unique user environment.
T-Mobile’s parent Deutsche Telekom is excited about mobile payments, but believes a power struggle between wireless carriers, credit card companies and banks may slow acceptance in the US.
The new phones, while unimpressive specs-wise, could cost only $50-$75 (with contract) when they become available this spring.
The phone doesn’t have the latest and greatest specs, but the fast HSPA+ technology inside it might make for some impressively speedy performance
The LG Optimus PAD will begin selling in April, the LG Optimus 3D in May.
Android 2.3-powered device isn’t the prettiest phone, but the gaming controls and graphics impress.
This dual-core phone is fast and boasts solid data speeds, but the Atrix-powered laptop accessory is a good idea poorly executed.