Struggling phone maker Sony Ericsson has delivered a surprise: it actually made $25 million last quarter.
Concerns over the strength of the iPad's wireless transmitters and receivers has Israel confiscating iPads, and barring their import into the country.
Opera says its Opera Mini browser for the iPhone saw a million downloads on its first day of availability.
John Brandon offers five reasons Windows Phone 7 might actually stand a fighting chance against the likes of the iPhone and Google Android.
The speed demon and the comfort wagon go head to head when we pit Opera Mini versus Safari on the iPhone.
Is Apple's iPad a good e-Reader? We compare it with traditional e-Readers like the Kindle and the Nook.
A apparent production slip-up has revealed Verizon Wireless plans to launch the HTC Droid Incredible on April 29.
Another App Store surprise: Apple has approved Opera Mini for iPhone, even though it duplicates the functionality of Apple's built-in Safari browser.
Twitter has announced it is acquiring the iPhone Twitter Client Tweetie...and renaming it Twitter for iPhone.
Bloomberg is reporting that Palm is on the verge of putting itself up for Sale...and that Dell has already passed on a deal.
Nokia is looking to boost location-based services by buying MetaCarta, while RIM is buying QNX to better plug BlackBerries into cars.
Changes to Apple's Phone Developer Program License Agreement are bad news for Adobe.
Small Canadian wireless company Wi-LAN says 19 companies - including Apple, Dell, Acer, and Hewlett-Packard - violate its Bluetooth patents.