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Sprint's Decision to Stop Using Carrier IQ a Win for Privacy Advocates

Critics worry the tool lets phones double as spying devices, while the software maker says it is intended to help wireless carriers improve the performance of their handsets by communicating metrics.


CTIA 2011 Preview: Hot Phones to Watch

At the show in San Diego starting Tuesday, we're expecting to see at least one new Windows Phone Mango phone, some awesome Android phones and maybe an inexpensive tablet.

Hold the Phone: Apple iPhone 4S Preorders a Hit, Pushing Delivery Dates Back

So many people have already ordered the new phone that Sprint, Verizon, AT&T, and Apple online stores are telling customers they'll have to wait a little longer.


AT&T's Samsung Galaxy S II Now Available Online

The smartphone, which has been a big hit in Europe and has surpassed 10 million in channel sales, is now available for purchase at AT&T's website for $200 with a two-year contract.


AT&T Leads the Way for Windows Phone 7.5 "Mango"

AT&T has revealed three new "Mango" smartphones coming soon, as well as plans to upgrade existing Windows Phone 7 models to "Mango".

Why Sprint Offering Unlimited Data for iPhone 5 Is No Big Deal

Rumors are circulating that Sprint will offer its unlimited data plan for the iPhone 5 when it launches, but do the math and don't fall for the lure of the "unlimited" marketing gimmick.

Justice Department Wants AT&T, T-Mobile Merger Blocked

Critics have said the merger would reduce the number of nationwide mobile carriers from four to three and could lead to higher mobile service prices.

In Pictures: Meet the Samsung Galaxy S II

Samsung's Galaxy S II is finally arriving in the United States. Here's a look at the AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile versions of the Android phone.

BlackBerry Torch 9810: Solid, Responsive, and Slightly Underwhelming

The BlackBerry Torch 9810 improves on where the original Torch left off, but in specs it remains far behind the competition.

AT&T Unveils New Mobile Security Strategy

AT&T is partnering with Juniper Networks to create a new mobile security solution for both consumer and business customers.