China's Huawei is suing Motorola, claiming that selling its cell phone gear business to Nokia Siemens will hand over Huawei's proprietary technology.
We're due for the next iPhone model this summer, and it may feature an upgraded processor.
Reporters have begun to ask if the iPhone is bound for any other carriers, including Sprint, which would only benefit from the flagship phone.
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According to a new report, Apple is also striving to improve the iPad's screen to reduce smudging and glare.
According to a new report, Apple has increased its iPhone shipment goals and also plans to ready 5 to 6 million CDMA iPhones for launch during the first quarter of 2011.
A report indicates that Apple is ramping up production on the second generation iPad. Will holiday shoppers skip the current model because of it?
A blogger named Richy Rich has published supposed pictures of the CDMA Verizon iPhone, long rumored to be in development at Apple.
AT&T is mobile device central, with the iPhone, iPad, and three forthcoming Windows Phone 7 smartphones.
Reports of a massive order for CDMA chips from Apple and language about the end of exclusivity agreements in an AT&T SEC filing have Verizon iPhone hopefuls perkier than ever.
Nokia Siemens is buying Motorola's cell phone network gear business for $1.2 billion, giving Nokia Siemens an entry to U.S. mobile infrastructure.
Industry rumors once again have Apple's iPhone headed to Verizon - assuming AT&T loses its hold on iPhone exclusivity in the United States.
The world's largest mobile phone maker, Nokia, has announced it will stop making CDMA handsets, seeing it as a shrinking market.
Chip-maker Qualcomm has filed suit against Finland's Nokia for selling GSM technology in the U.S., which Qualcomm says infringes on its CDMA patents.