The Big Four wireless providers updated and expanded their 4th Generation wireless network plans. Each is taking a very different direction.
The CTIA wireless trade show is abuzz this week with hot new cell phones, accessories, and services.
T-Mobile upgraded its New York City network by the time PCWorld performance tested it in January--and it showed.
Does Sprint’s WiMAX service deliver the speeds promised by 4G? For the most part, yes.
The best apps I saw here are social, location-aware, useful and entertaining. And pretty geeky.
There was a line to get out of the room during Evan Williams’ talk here in Austin.
Those little black and while boxes are a physical bridge from the real world to the web world.
Perhaps the liveliest discussion I’ve seen here was about the popular social reviews site.
Augmented reality could produce the killer apps of tomorrow, but for now the concept is more talk than walk.
The marriage of geotagging and mobile social networking apps is the hot topic of conversation here in Austin.
The service promised to bring the cable TV experience to the PC and other small screens, but Comcast's content partners have not ponied up enough of the best movies and shows for online viewing.
After generating disappointing results in our tests last spring, AT&T’s 3G network is now the top performer in our 13-city tests, with download speeds 67 percent faster than its competitors'.