Sprint has issued a memo to all employees to keep their lips shut about the potentiality of a Sprint-powered iPhone.
When Steve Jobs announced he was stepping down as the CEO of Apple, the industry's immediate reaction was one of genuine sadness mixed with speculation and concern about the company's future.
In addition to the new, updated iPhone sure to be announced any day now, there will be a smaller, cheaper model making headlines soon as well.
There's new fuel to the fire of speculation that Apple is working on a 4G version of its inimitable iPhone product line.
You might want to be a little more careful the next time you plunk down all your private information into a personal finance app.
Take it for what it's worth, but the latest speculation puts the iPhone 5 on store shelves beginning October 7.
A popular developer for Apple's iOS platform being smacked with a $50,000 fine over child privacy is just one example of the challenges facing independent developers.
Recently, reports surfaced of an Apple iPhone 5 miraculously emerging in China.
It may be time for Nintendo to finally branch away from its own proprietary hardware.
Blackberry's mobile messaging service has come in for a lot of attention in the last few days - not all of it positive. Undaunted, though, Facebook is launching its own version.
Since the launch of Microsoft's new mobile operating system, the market share of Windows-powered smartphones has fallen 38%.
Apple surprised the development community over the weekend by making a rare Saturday update to the beta version of its next iPhone/iPad software.
If you own an Android phone or iPhone, you're 2.5 more times likely to accidentally download malware today than you were in January.
Game publisher Zynga, which rose to rockstar status after it released the Facebook adventure Farmville, has just announced its latest social offering.
The next version of the iPhone is poised to gather a whole lot of attention.
A staggering survey has found that more than one-third of the US actually plans on buying Apple's next iPhone.
Stanford University scientist Yi Cui says he wants a see-through iPhone - and he's done his bit to help create one by developing a transparent battery.
Your iPhone might soon be able to recognize you just by your face.
Have you ever looked at people working their phones and wondered if they were tweeting about you or the people around you?
In an iOS update that may well be timed to correspond to the launch of the next iPhone, it looks like new voice features are on the way.