The Facebook for Android app has just leapfrogged ahead of Facebook for iPhone in the number of daily active users.
If you love eating sushi, but worry about high mercury levels in fish, there is a new app that can help.
Nokia apparently believes kids are fed up with Apple's wildly popular iPhone. If you ask me, this controversial claim is incredibly reminiscent of Steve Ballmer insisting the iPhone would have no real chance of succeeding in the mobile market.
The Zite digital magazine platform that had been busy nestling a home in the iPad has now been updated to add iPhone support.
Did your favorite iPhone or iPad games make the list of this year's top sellers?
AT&T has reportedly begun throttling the top 5% of its data users to, yes, you guessed it, 2G speeds.
Cloud gaming company OnLive is launching a free app that brings instant play of console-class games to smartphones and tablets via Wifi and 4G LTE.
Flipboard has shrunk down and reengineered its iPad magazine-reading app to create an iPhone version.
After hearing about an iPhone that randomly caught fire on board an Australian flight earlier this week, it seems another iPhone owner got a case of combustion envy.
After years of trying to rediscover itself in a world that is no longer monopolized by packaged retail video games, the ESRB will now rate mobile apps.
Research in Motion is slowly beginning to adjust its mobile strategy to a motto of "if you can't beat 'em, join 'em."
An Australian airline has confirmed that an iPhone 4 became red-hot, shattered and started pouring out smoke on a flight from Lismore to Sydney on Friday.
iPhone users show the greatest brand loyalty - but partly, it seems, because changing phones is so difficult.
There are now more smartphones being shipped to China than any other country.
The number of Android devices that have been activated has doubled in just six months.
Here's something we don't get to say that often: AT&T has been ranked the best at something.
While the mobile phone industry saw only a tepid growth of 5.6% in the most recent quarter, the number of people buying smartphones is rapidly on the rise.
It's not easy to get a malicious app into Apple's heavily guarded and scrutinized App Store, but it is still possible.
Owning a smartphone is no longer something for the elite and tech junkie crowd.
Just a matter of days after Samsung was reported to be the top dog in smartphone shipments, another report shows HTC as the leader in the US.