AT&T and carrier equipment provide Sandvine released some interesting wireless and Internet usage figures from Sunday's Super Bowl victory for the New York Giants.
Federal regulations forbid making calls from cell phones while aboard U.S. commercial planes in-flight, but Wi-Fi services could eventually permit voice and video calls.
All of the U.S. presidential candidates say they're pro-tech, but their mobile campaign sites don't support that campaign promise.
Research in Motion's incipient BlackBerry 10 smartphone, code-named London, has a thin and long design, according a photo obtained by CrackBerry.com.
A new Facebook app might be perfect for the person who always wants to have the last word -- the really last word.
Microsoft's OS could power 17% of the smartphones shipped in 2015, edging out Apple's iPhone for the second-place ranking behind Android, analyst says.
Verizon's 4G service is now available in 195 markets, well ahead of other carriers.
The update gives U.S. users faster browsing and useful Data Manager tool, among other features.
The problem of using smartphone and tablet touchscreens has led to the creation specialized gloves that ease the task.
Today's mobile apps don't benefit from dual-core or quad-core processing power.
Look for NFC in more phones, including the iPhone, and don't count RIM out yet.
Data downloads and Web browsing on new LTE-ready smartphones were slightly faster on AT&T's new 4G LTE network, according to a study by Metrico Wireless.
More than 26 million transactions are logged in the biggest US mobile payment app, now expanding globally.
Verizon is the first -- but perhaps not the sole -- carrier to decline Google's service as the jockeying for mobile real estate accelerates.
Forget names, phone numbers, and e-mail addresses. The era of the Internet handle is emerging, when we'll have a single nickname for everything.