There will not be one moment of the Olympics that is left untouched.
Google is reportedly coding an iOS-specific version of its Chrome browser for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
Mastercard is hoping to define what it means to be a payment solutions provider in the 21st century.
It isn't the first research group to suggest this, but Nielsen now says if you don't own a smartphone in the US, you're a minority.
Apple never had the foresight to register the domain iphone5.com, and is now taking strong measures to wrest it away from its current ownership.
There was a time when BlackBerry maker RIM dominated the rather lucrative enterprise and government spaces.
Samsung has debuted its long-awaited Galaxy S III, a slick smartphone loaded with some truly sweet and stellar specs that is sure to make even the most diehard Apple iPhone fanboi slightly envious.
It seems like Verizon may be training its sales associates to convince customers to buy an LTE Android phone instead of an iPhone.
The days of waiting for your check are over.
Even people with connections are turning to Kickstarter.
The company that pioneered the idea of turning any smartphone into a credit card reader is continuing to grow.
Apple's profits almost doubled in the first quarter of this year compared with last, hitting $11.6 billion. Revenue increased 59 percent to reach $39.2 billion.
In another world, we might be talking about an Oracle-branded smartphone.
Despite a number of initial teething problems, Nokia's Lumia 900 may be the closest a Windows Phone 7 device has ever come to beating Apple's wildly popular iPhone.
Gone are the days of hassle-free smartphone upgrades.
Apple’s next-gen iPhone will reportedly feature a sleek new redesign in the form of a single unibody frame.
The gritty shooter game franchise is set to invade the mobile market.
If the lack of Windows Phone handsets on the market doesn't entice you to develop apps for Microsoft's platform, what about cold, hard cash?
A company called Atmel is pioneering what could be a revolution in mobile displays.
Google's mobile operating system is now on the majority of smartphones in the US.