Are you displeased with AT&T's new smartphone plan? Well, don't try complaining to CEO Randall Stephenson - he apparently doesn't want to hear about it.
Motorola - which has been buoyed by the success of its popular Droid smartphone - appears to be putting the final touches on an Android-based tablet.
Acer has debuted an Android 2.1-based smartphone that is powered by a 1 Ghz Snapdragon processor, 512 MB of RAM and a 3.7″ WVGA AMOLED display.
Three hackers have managed to successfully root the HTC Evo 4G 11 days before the smartphone's official release date.
Adobe has taken a great leap forward into the mobile space with the release of Flash 10.1.
mSpot has debuted its great gig in the sky: a free, cloud-based service that allows users to access their entire music collections across smartphones, PCs and Macs.
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.
iPhone users are an impulsive lot - they're nearly twice as likely to have regretted making a Facebook post as the population at large.
Motorola is reportedly preparing to launch an Android-powered smartphone with a "flip-around" display in June 2010.
Google's Android has trounced Apple's iPhone OS by capturing the coveted number-two position among smartphone operating systems.
LG has revealed additional details about its Android-powered smartphone known as Ally. The device - which is expected hit the streets on May 20 - will feature a sliding QWERTY keyboard, 3.2-inch touchscreen and run Android OS 2.1.
This week Intel brought out a powerful new Atom processor that, according to them, could fit into an iPhone form, is vastly more powerful with similar battery life, and is priced competitively.
Poor Intel! LG has reportedly cancelled development of its nascent, Moorestown-powered GW990 smartphone.
Steve Jobs has penned a rather extensive open letter explaining why Apple does not support Flash on its mobile handheld devices.
HP has knocked some pretty wide-ranging speculation on the head and announced that it is to buy Palm for $5.70 per share, or around $1.2 billion.
Nokia, the company that produces more phones per year than any other company, has just revealed its latest device, one that carries its biggest price tag in over 3 years.
Motorola has debuted what it claims is the "world's first" push-to-talk Android-powered smartphone at CTIA 2010.
Dell and AT&T have teamed up to manufacture and market yet another Android-based smartphone in an already crowded marketplace.
Shares of Palm plummeted on Friday as the mobile phone manufacturer warned revenue for the current quarter would total far less than Wall Street had originally expected.
Google has announced an AT&T compatible version of its Nexus One smartphone.