Would you find a need for a tablet if your phone was almost as big as one?
The emerging market of text-to-pay isn't quite set up for presidential politics.
The T-Mobile version of Samsung's Galaxy S III will be the most expensive in the US.
The Galaxy S III will go against the traditional mobile mold and soon be available on every major carrier in the US.
The "Nextel" part of Sprint Nextel will officially be a thing of the past by around this time next year.
It's time for mobile payments to fully get underway.
A new coalition including mobile operators, trade associations and campaign groups has formed to try and stop Verizon Wireless from buying more mobile spectrum.
It's back to the drawing board for T-Mobile in the world of corporate acquisitions.
The new, higher-end version of Nokia's Lumia phone is now available for just $49 on Amazon.
After a long delay, Samsung's Galaxy S II line is getting the newest version of Android.
The giant phone that has been referred to as a "phablet" (phone + tablet) may soon have two homes.
The workforce of lagging mobile carrier T-Mobile is about to be slashed by around 5%.
AT&T is now telling its customers for the first time when their "unlimited" data will be slowed down.
In a mobile climate where smartphones are more about connecting to e-mail, instant messaging, and apps than it is about making calls, is there room for a slow mobile Internet infrastructure from the past?
The Nokia Lumia 710, powered by T-Mobile, launches today in the US.
Just hours after a report surfaced about AT&T coming to the realization that the T-Mobile buyout would likely never be approved, the carrier decided to announce it would no longer pursue the deal.
AT&T might finally realize it's time to wake up and smell the coffee - the carrier has reportedly been stepping down its efforts to push the T-Mobile buyout deal through.
T-Mobile is finally back in the spotlight again as the flagship carrier to offer a Windows Phone-powered Nokia handset in the US.
After gaining a good deal of traction in Europe, Nokia is now ready to unveil its flagship Windows Phone-powered product to the States.
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.