Nearly a quarter of iPhone users would switch from AT&T to Verizon if they could, when the carrier's exclusive relationship with Apple ends early next year.
After neglecting the "apps" scene for a while, Napster has finally launched an official app for Apple's iOS operating system, giving users a well-known alternative to the device's concentrated connection to iTunes.
Verizon has launched a potentially lucrative initiative to equip all of its Android devices with improved enterprise-grade security and management tools.
Shock! It seems as if Verizon is relatively unenthusiastic about Windows Phone 7. Indeed, the carrier has refused to sell devices based on Redmond's latest (crappy) mobile OS until at least 2011.
Carol Bartz, the CEO of Yahoo, has nothing but bad things to say about Apple's iAd mobile advertising platform. Yahoo!? Really?
When the United Nations Global Forum for Global Governance of the Internet meets this week, Consumers International will be there to combat the Intellectual Property barons in the crowd.
It seems as if iPhone fanbois just can't manage to keep up with dedicated Android enthusiasts.
Parallels has introduced a mobile version of its virtualization platform that allows iOS users to remotely access Windows apps on their Apple mobile devices.
At this point, Apple's attitude about the iPhone 4 is, "If you're worried about our faulty antenna, tough luck." The company's deal to give customers a free case to protect the antenna will end at the end of the month.
No, we are not making this up. Microsoft employees really did dance at a mock iPhone funeral held to commemorate the launch of Windows Phone 7. Click here to watch the shocking video. Warning: Really bad dancing alert.
In what is perhaps the most devastating move for Blackberry's dominance in the enterprise phone market, one of the biggest companies in the US is testing a new plan that would ditch its employees' Blackberries and give them iPhones instead.
Acer founder Stan Shih claims he respects Apple, but insists that popular devices such as the iPad and and iPhone are little more than over-hyped mutant viruses.
It's an app world after all. Mobile users are getting more app-hungry every day, and a new report from Nielsen shows just how important apps are to the mobile landscape.
Calmly rising up among a veritable swamp of Verizon iPhone discussion and rumors, a Tweet from Wired's editor in chief now suggests that T-Mobile will actually be the first outside of AT&T in the US to get its name on an Apple phone.
Apple has deployed its indigenously designed ARM-based A4 processor in a number of new devices, including the iPad, iPhone 4 and upgraded iPod touch.
Have you ever wondered what cool new bands your friends were listening to on iTunes?
Skyfire has submitted an iOS version of its popular mobile browser to Apple's App Store. The browser - which exploits Cloud-based technology - is designed to bypass Club Cupertino's rather heavy-handed mobile Flash ban.
A beta preview of the popular social networking tool gets road tested here. Some day all TweetDecks will be built this way.
Strung out Starcraft 2 junkies who just can't stop playing Blizzard's addictive strategy game can now breathe a collective sigh of relief.
Facebook developer Joe Hewitt wants you to know that he hates absolutely everything about Android. Why, you ask?