Matt HamblenSenior Editor, Computerworld

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Matt Hamblen covers mobile and wireless, smartphones and other handhelds, and wireless networking for Computerworld.

Carriers Desperately Seeking Windows Phone

AT&T and Verizon Wireless want Windows Phone smartphones to succeed in the U.S., partly to provide leverage against Apple.

Asus, Fifth and Rising in Tablet Market

Asus in 2011 became one of the top five tablet makers, and though it still lags somewhat behind the market leaders.

Tablets Will Be Most Users' Main Computing Device, Forrester Says

Tablets will become most users' primary computing device within the next four years, Forrester Research analyst Frank Gillett believes.

School System Tweaks Its Wi-Fi for Better Control

Rowan-Salisbury School System is looking to technology from Aerohive Networks for better management of its Wi-Fi network.

Verizon to Activate 27 More LTE Cities on Thursday

Verizon Wireless will expand its faster 4G LTE network to 27 new cities on Thursday, bringing the total to 230 metro areas nationwide.

Lumia 900 Materials Cost $209, Point to Low-Cost Approach by Nokia, Microsoft

Nokia and Microsoft seem willing to lower their profit margins to gain a foothold in the smartphone market.

Nokia Lumia 900 Expected to Shake Up Smartphone Market

The new Windows phone may be able to drive a wedge between the iPhone and Android, offering consumers more choices and pressuring its rivals.

Sprint Set to Offer Cure for Poor Wireless Voice Quality

Sprint this week said that its new HTC Evo 4G LTE smartphone, along with future phones, will support HD voice.

Lumia 900: Do-or-die for Nokia, Windows Phone in U.S.?

Nokia's Lumia 900 smartphone goes on sale April 8 in what many analysts see as a do-or-die moment for Nokia and Microsoft's Windows Phone OS.

What Will Google Gain From an Online Tablet Store?

Analysts are divided on the value of a reported plan by Google to sell its Android tablets in an online store.

Lenovo Debuts App Shop for Larger Businesses

Lenovo announced an enterprise-focused app storefront for tablets running Android 3.1 or higher.