The latest version of the smash casual gaming hit will eventually make its way to Microsoft's mobile platform.
Research in Motion's Blackberry brand is now struggling to be the leader in the company's home market of Canada.
The latest in everyone's favorite bird-slinging game franchise has arrived.
If you're one of the millions of Angry Birds fans in the US, head to Walmart.
PayPal's launched a new mobile payment service aimed at smaller vendors that allows customers to make several different types of payment using their mobile phone.
He was able to break crack the iPhone without consequence and survived a David-vs-Goliath battle with Sony, but now there's something that has defeated him.
A few happy iPhone users were able to get their hands on iTether last year when the app was briefly on Apple's App Store.
Mika Mobile, the company behind popular mobile games like Battleheart and Zombieville USA, will no longer be supporting Android.
People with an iPhone 4S who have downloaded the latest firmware update noticed a surprising change.
There are enough smartphones in the US to account for nearly one in every three Americans.
High-profile Senator Charles Schumer has called on the FTC to conduct a probe into privacy concerns on the iPhone and Android.
A new Apple patent application has been spied that outlines some really cool ideas Cupertino may be considering for future user interfaces.
Twitter has just rolled out updates to its official mobile apps, and as part of the process has released a Kindle Fire-optimized version of its Android app.
Somehow, an unofficial game managed to get approved in the Apple App Store and has made its way up to #2 in the list of top paid apps.
Apple is reportedly eyeing a September or October launch for its sixth-generation iPhone.
Google's been accused of 'tricking' Safari to bypass security settings and track iPhone and iPad users' locations through cookies.
Apple became the world's top smartphone vendor during the fourth quarter of 2011, with an impressive market share of 23.8%.
If you know someone who has a Twitter account, chances are your contact info is on the site's servers, even if you've never been to Twitter.com.
It's certainly not news that Apple is doing well in the US, or in the worldwide smartphone market, but now it's making a significant mark on the entire global handset industry.