If you want to pick up a Verizon 4G LTE phone, this weekend is the time to do it.
Launching on AT&T, the latest device to go under Samsung's "Galaxy" portfolio is called the Skyrocket HD.
Atlanta, Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio will be the first major markets to experience Sprint's new super-fast 4G network.
The latest version of the Google-optimized smartphone line may have Sprint in its future.
Verizon is blaming the numerous 4G outages - three of which happened this month - on "growing pains."
Yet again, for some reason, AT&T has the honor of being the first choice for a new mobile initiative.
Sprint has just launched Long Term Evolution (LTE) 4G service for the first time, though it has about two years before the rollout will be complete.
AT&T may have failed in its bid to take over T-Mobile, but it has at least gained regulatory approval for its purchase of wireless spectrum from Qualcomm.
For the second time this month, Verizon 4G LTE customers were struck with an outage that completely suspended their data service.
Verizon's super fast 4G LTE network is growing bigger every day, but there are still some bumps like the one many customers experienced over the past couple days.
The curtain has officially been lifted on the successor to Motorola's Android-powered Xoom tablet - the Droid Xyboard.
AT&T will be on par with the leader in wireless high-speed data next week when it fully flips the switch on its 4G LTE infrastructure.
Apple debuted its long-awaited, next-gen iPhone yesterday. But it wasn't the iPhone 5.
If you've been waiting months and months for the 4G upgrade you were promised when you bought your Xoom, the wait is finally over.
It sure looks like LTE is the way to go, as Sprint looks to firm up its plans to transition to the highest-speed 4G data standard over the next few months.
After somewhat muddled excitement with the Optimus 3D, it looks like the next phone to carry LG's new Optimus name will strive to gain more attention.
The next phone to run on Verizon's powerful 4G LTE network will be the most affordable one to date.
AT&T's rollout of its new high-speed mobile data network will officially begin on Sunday.
Qualcomm has outlined its plans for the next generation of RISC-based Snapdragon processors, which will boast significantly higher speeds and optimized graphics.
There's new fuel to the fire of speculation that Apple is working on a 4G version of its inimitable iPhone product line.