As major players sign on and the technology advances, mobile payments may become more common -- if the options don't confuse the buying public.
Smartphone and tablet users prefer using Wi-Fi over cellular connections, and consider Wi-Fi cheaper, faster, easier to use, more reliable and, even, slightly more secure than cellular.
Despite some online skirmishing and being dropped from Microsoft's partner list, Acer says it still expects to ship Windows RT devices.
Web usage by iPhone and iPad owners has grown by 35% in North American over the past year, while browsing with BlackBerry smartphones and the PlayBook tablet has dropped by 25%.
Some question whether Nokia, RIM, Motorola and others can grow, much less hold on.
Verizon Wireless Tuesday revealed that there are five additional data tiers over and above the six tiers announced with its Share Everything plans earlier.
Intel's former head of Ultra Mobility, hired Monday to become Qualcomm's chief marketing officer, shows that the San Diego-based chip maker is finally serious about marketing.
Full rollout to reach 38,000 scanners by end of 2013.
A teardown of the Nexus 7 tablet reveals Google is likely to break even on the $199, 8 GB version of its tablet while earning a modest profit on the 16 GB version, priced at $249.
Sprint has become the first U.S. wireless carrier to offer an Ultrabook, which is being sold with a 3G/4G mobile hotspot device at no added cost.
Smartphone will go on sale Thursday, with a two-year service plan.
49% of the smartphone owners said they'd vote for Obama, while 31% said they would vote for Romney.
More than half of tablet adopters are reading books and other media on their tablet screens instead of relying on paper.