Android users hit 43.7% of the U.S. market this summer, with iPhone use growing slightly and RIM slipping.
Research in Motion said Thursday that it remains committed to the PlayBook tablet and the tablet market.
Low price, Amazon Silk browser and promising ecosystem of movies, apps and books make the Fire stand out in a crowd.
Google is first-to-market with an NFC payment system in the U.S., and the company seems to understand that it will take a while for the technology to mature.
The rollout continues to Nexus S smartphones, but Google offers no time frame for its completion.
More workers use iPhone and Android smartphones combined than BlackBerry smartphones, says a survey.
The iPad will command 73.4 percent of global tablet sales in 2011 and will hold the majority of tablet sales until 2014, the research firm said.
The battle with Verizon heats up as AT&T brings its faster LTE wireless service to Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio.
Intel promises a smartphone based on its Atom processor will hit the market in 2012, while Google plans to make future Android releases work on Intel's mobile chips.
PayPal has unveiled a mobile payment initiative for shoppers that doesn't require near-field communication (NFC) technology inside smartphones.
How developers react in the coming weeks to Windows 8 preview technology is a key factor in how well Microsoft performs in its tablet future.
Microsoft developer conference may see a peek at the first Samsung tablet to run Windows, avoiding legal issues over Android.
Verizon Wireless Thursday began pushing the Android Gingerbread OS upgrade to users of the popular Droid 2 smartphone.