T-Mobile says it lost 318,000 contract customers in the fourth quarter of 2010...and posted its lowest quarterly profit in four years.
Sprint's existing 4G services are based on WiMax from Clearwire...but reports have the company talking to LightSquared about LTE.
HTC has formally announced its Android-based Merge smartphone: 3.8-inch screen, 5 megapixel camera, a slide-out QWERTY keypad, and Android 2.2.
Microsoft will be running an Xbox Live-style sales event this spring for Windows Phone 7 platforms, bringing hit games like Plants Vs. Zombies and Xbox 360 tie-ins like Halo: Waypoint to the marketplace.
ChaCha Search is suing HTC over the HTC ChaCha, a new Facebook-enhanced phone the company unveiled in Barcelona last week.
Xoom Corp. is suing Motorola over the Xoom trademark, claiming it has been using the name to promote its financial services for eight years.
After only days on the market, the bird-based Tiny Wings has dethroned Angry Birds as the top game on iOS platforms. Learn about it here.
The Oxford Dictionary is getting with the times and will introduce various digital age terms, including "bloggable," "sexting," and some far less common slang.
MSI plans to launch three 10-inch "WindPad" tablets in June targeting business users: two will run Windows 7, and one will sport Android 3.0 "Honeycomb."
Microsoft says 90 percent of Windows Phone 7 users who've received an update notice have had no problems...and that means 10 percent did.
The Verizon 4G LTE network will launch in roughly three months, requiring a complimentary hardware upgrade for all Motorola users, according to a leak internal document from the wireless provider.
Rob Enderle goes hands on with Motorola’s new Android Honeycomb tablet, discovering a solid but unremarkable iPad competitor that fails to wow.
Sony may introduce the S2 dual-screen clamshell device in the coming year, a device we hesitate to call a tablet.
Cheaters beware: A new app, ePhone Tracker, enables people to monitor everything you do on your phone.
A new study by Flurry indicates that a majority of mobile social gamers may be well-educated women in their mid-to-late 20s, a marketer's and geek's dream come true.