AT&T's terrestrial data plans have followed in the footsteps of its mobile plans by doing away with unlimited data and adopting monthly limits.
Amazon has apologized for last week's catastrophic AWS outage and says it will be compensating customers with a credit on their accounts.
Apple, with help from Verizon, keeps its iPhone at the top of the sales charts for the first quarter of 2011. Android, meanwhile, sees its sales fall for the first time since 2009.
With customers and heads of state demanding answers, Apple has issued a statement that explains why iPhones are recording location data.
Six years ago News. Corp paid over half a billion dollars for MySpace. Now the company is hoping to sell the social networking site for $100 million -- and that might not be a bargain.
Apple's iPhone 5 is still up in the air, but rumors are already looking ahead into 2012.
According to a recent survey, Android now owns the hearts and minds of the smartphone-buying public.
As South Korea begins an investigation, the Wall Street Journal has revealed that 3G-enabled iOS devices continue to track and record locations even after location services are disabled.
Although Apple has yet to officially announce a release date, a set of leaked screenshots lead us to believe that we could very well see the white iPhone 4 in stores by mid-week.
An ongoing outage in Amazon's cloud computing infrastructure has crippled several popular social media sites.
With new privacy concerns raised about iPhone and iPad location data, we bring you a quick fix to help keep your backups secure.