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.
Text-to-give efforts are expanding as charities make it easy to make contributions on the go.
RIM's tablet is selling for about half its original price, forcing the vendor to take a $485 million charge on its third-quarter books.
Digital shopping will go mobile in a big way this 2011 holiday season, market researchers predict.
US e-Commerce has so far been 14% higher than the same early holiday period last year, ComScore reports.
Given the FCC staff opposition to the proposed AT&T merger with T-Mobile USA, it's fair to ask: Is the $39 billion deal dead?
If you think iPhones are just for consumers, check out the latest bad news for BlackBerry maker RIM.
A survey reveals more than three times as many potential buyers are considering the $199 Amazon Kindle Fire over the bestselling iPad.
Research in Motion will continue to use Adobe Flash Player, at least for the BlackBerry Playbook tablet, even after Adobe announced it will discontinue Flash for the mobile web.
BlackBerry draws interest in emerging markets, though RIM takes a hit with recent outage.
More U.S. smartphone users turned to Android in the third quarter, accounting for nearly 44.8% of some 87 million users, ComScore reported Friday.
IBM has embraced the growing 'bring your own device' trend by allowing its employees to buy and use their own smartphones and tablets for work tasks.