The Google Fiber broadband project in the Kansas City area will cost local taxpayers significant monies -- possibly millions of dollars.
A September 5 announcement will reportedly be an Android-powered 4G LTE smartphone that supports NFC and boasts two cameras.
The Kindle Fire has been snuffed out -- in a good way.
Samsung said Tuesday it will "take all necessary measures" to keep its products on sale in the U.S.
The jury's decision Friday in the landmark Samsung-Apple patent battle doesn't relate to the core of the Android mobile operating system, Google said in a brief statement Monday.
Sprint extended BYOD Management to its professional services portfolio on Monday, giving businesses a way to manage security and costs for workers who use consumer smartphones and tablets for work.
A tear-down analysis reveals Samsung makes $56 more selling its Wi-Fi-only tablet than Apple gets by selling the iPad for the same price.
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.