Can Google's Android strategy be compared to Microsoft's tactical offensive against Apple in the late 1980s?
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.
Fring has enabled free, two-way Internet video calling for Android-based devices.
A security researcher has claimed that Apple's iPhone fails to adequately protect user data from unauthorized access.
Mercedes-Benz is expanding its love for iDevices by outfitting its dealers with the Apple tablet and trying to prove that it can work in enterprise environments.
Hipsters in mass suicide pact upon realization that Apple products will be used by people wearing sweats and shopping at, uhm, Walmart.
The undisputed success of Apple and Google in the portable device market has apparently prompted Microsoft to plan "major organizational changes" in the division responsible for Windows Phone, Zune HD and the Xbox 360.
Nokia and Yahoo have formed a "strategic alliance" with the hopes of challenging Apple's wildly successful iPhone.
After Google’s successful I/O show last week new voices claim it as the new anti-Apple or a new Microsoft.
We're tingling for a new app on iPhone, Android, Blackberry, and Symbian devices.
Google today announced that its acquisition of leading mobile advertising firm Admob has been approved by the Federal Trade Commission, but some opponents of the deal disapprove of the FTC decision.
Are you tired of getting too many dropped calls on your iPhone? Well, you better just suck it up because soon, if you wanna cancel your wireless contract it's gonna set you back hundreds of dollars.
Steve Jobs can't innovate everything. Okay, maybe he can, but that would make him a deity. Only Oprah has that kind of power.
Adobe has taken a great leap forward into the mobile space with the release of Flash 10.1.
Media tablets may seem to be all the rage, but the nascent market still has a ways to go before catching up with traditional portable PC sector.
Budding iPhone developers who think it's too cumbersome to buy a Mac and learn a new variant of the C++ language to program for the iPhone, can finally create apps from the comfort of their Windows PC.
Twitter has been stepping up its presence in the mobile world. Until recently, it relied on third-party developers to create Tweeting apps and provide users with a variety of mobile Tweeting options.
Android's dominance of the US smartphone market hasn't yet spread to the rest of the world, says Gartner, but Google is narrowing the gap with Apple.
Foxconn, the Taiwanese manufacturer that is responsible for creating iPods, Xboxes, Kindles, and cell phones, has brought in an army of counselors and even an exorcist to figure out why dozens of people continue to attempt suicide, and more than a handful have succeeded.
iPhone users are an impulsive lot - they're nearly twice as likely to have regretted making a Facebook post as the population at large.