After one weekend on the market, the ExpressMusic 5800 has already disappeared due to complaints that it won't connect to AT&T's 3G network.
LG and the Consumer Product Safety Commission are recalling 30,000 LG 830 Spyder phones because of poor voice quality on calls to 911 emergency services.
Navigon's new 7300GT, 4300GT, and 3300 max individualize navigation by offering three route choices factoring in speed limits, construction, traffic...and users' driving habits.
The new app offers shows like CSI, Late Night with David Letterman and MacGyver on the iPhone.
Owners of the $400 G1 developer phone will no longer be able to download paid applications from the Android Market, for fear they might disable copy protection.
Nokia is now offering its 5800 XpressMusic music handset in the United States...but the company's Comes With Music won't appear until later this year.
Dreaming of a Kindle? Maybe you don't need one: the new service Shortcovers puts magazines, chapters, and full books on the BlackBerries, Android devices, and the iPhone.
Nokia's CEO Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo says his company is actively looking at the market for notebook computers as smartphone and computing continue to converge.
The modular handset allows users to remove the QWERTY keyboard easily, slimming down the phone when it isn't needed.
After unsuccessfully prodding TomTom to license technologies it claims are its own, Microsoft has taken the Dutch company to court.
It might seem unlikely, but a new study shows that texting can actually improve the language skills of kids.
ABI Research finds that some 17 percent of smartphone users spent more than $100 on applications in 2008..and 16.5 percent spent between $100 and $499.
As part of its move to trim costs by £1 billion, Vodafone has given pink slips to 500 of its employees in the UK.
The Korean handset sounds an earsplitting alarm and notifies the authorities of your location when you a pull an emergency ring.
Mobile email provider Visto has made a deal to buy enterprise communications outfit Good Technology from a struggling Motorola...but no one is saying how much Visto paid.