Are you thinking of ditching your cumbersome CrackBerry for the HTC Evo 4G or Motorola Droid X? Well, you probably aren't alone.
Research in Motion has released a video giving viewers a taste of what the new Blackberry OS will looks like, giving the crusty old interface a much-needed overhaul.
The rumored Blackberry tablet appears to be real, and it will apparently have a 7-inch screen, 1 GHz processor, and a 3G data connection.
Just like the Kindle and Nook, Borders' Kobo platform is now available on mobile devices as a special app, and also on PCs.
Want to check TSA wait times, product recalls, or hydrogen fuel locations? Thanks to our government, there are now apps for that.
There is a huge discrepancy in mobile data usage among smartphone owners, as millions of people use less than 1 MB per month while others gobble it up to no end.
The veil has been lifted (leaked) on yet another Motorola Android phone, and this one brings updates to its Motoblur skin and a Blackberry-style candybar form factor.
A specter is haunting the world — the specter of Apple. All the powers of the industry have entered into an unholy alliance to exorcise this specter: Google and Microsoft, Palm and HP, Blackberry radicals and corporate police-spies.
RIM's Blackberry smartphone has become synonymous with corporate America. But does the advent of Apple's iOS 4 herald the end of a Blackberry-dominated era?
Social networking sites such as Facebook have contributed to a staggering increase in the number of mobile app users.
Internet Explorer keeps declining, and Mozilla needs to keep a watch on the Google at its back.
As if there was ever any doubt! Yes, a recent survey published by Nielsen confirms what we already suspected: games are the most downloaded apps on mobile devices.
AT&T made a quick blurb today that year-to-date sales of the iPhone have been more heavily concentrated with business customers than has been typical with the consumer-oriented device.
We're tingling for a new app on iPhone, Android, Blackberry, and Symbian devices.
The suits and ties at Standard Chartered have jumped on the fast-moving Apple bandwagon by officially allowing bankers to replace their boring RIM Blackberries with shiny new iPhones.
Surely this is asking for trouble: RIM has announced plans to create a BlackBerry two storeys high, and wants the public to send it messages for display.
Google's Android has trounced Apple's iPhone OS by capturing the coveted number-two position among smartphone operating systems.
Dropbox has redefined mobile cloud computing with the latest iteration of Anywhere which allows users to seamlessly access and update files across a number of popular handheld devices.
Well, it was bound to happen sooner or later! Yes, women are blaming their lack of sexual satisfaction on seemingly innocent devices such as the Blackberry and iPhone.
Steve Jobs has penned a rather extensive open letter explaining why Apple does not support Flash on its mobile handheld devices.