HTC rolls out a new version of the HTC J -- the J Butterfly. The handset will be exclusive to Japan, but comes with a screen that will make the world envious. It's 5-inch display comes packed to the brim with 440ppi resolution.
According to a recent study, Americans pay three times as much for their LTE network service than most Europeans -- and nearly ten times more than what Swedish citizens pay.
What's a political season without a complete inability to trust the candidates? With the amount of ads and information being flung at voters, it can be hard to sort through it all. These apps will help you keep politicians honest, even on the go.
It's confirmed. Rumors last week that hinted that Japanese telecom and Internet provider Softbank would purchase Sprint were true, mostly. Softbank and Sprint have announced that the company will soon own 70 percent of the third largest U.S. mobile carrier.
Apple may want to trademark the hashtag #iPhoneProblems, Microsoft is sitting pretty before the Windows Phone 8 launch, and Sprint's just happy someone might like them. That and more in this week's mobile wrap.
SoftBank of Japan could potentially have a new market to try to conquer. Reports say the Japanese provider is looking to take control of Sprint and enter the U.S. market.
According to reports, Microsoft and AT&T will be holding pre-order for Windows Phone 8 handsets starting October 21. An official launch is likely to follow in early November.
Sprint network out in Oregon, Minnesota, and Washington (Update: Outages in California, Sprint claims fixed)
A fiber cut somewhere in the U.S. has led to major outages in Sprint's network. The hardest hit customer has been Alaska Airlines, which had to delay its flights.
Consumers won't able to get their hands on Windows 8 for another three weeks, but Microsoft is insuring everything will be in place by rolling out updates to the OS's built-in apps.
If there's a hole in the mobile market, odds are good that a Kickstarter project will fill it sooner rather than later. Here's a collection of some of the best crowdsourced mobile products.
Smartphones get used in different ways, AT&T can't stop acquiring devices to sell, and MetroPCS enjoys the spotlight while it can in this week's mobile wrap.
Everyone loves Angry Birds. Everyone loves Star Wars. Would would happen if the two came together? From the looks of it, we're going to find out very soon.
It may have appeared like the T-Mobile and MetroPCS merger was imminent, but Sprint has started to prepare a counteroffer to outbid Deutsche Telekom for MetroPCS.
The old saying goes, "If you can't beat them, join them," but Deutsche Telekom may be going another way. It's looking to join T-Mobile with MetroPCS to compete with Verizon and AT&T.
The HTC One X was a darling of the mobile phone world. The newly announced One X+ aims to continue the tradition of its predecessor while providing modest improvements.