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.
Verizon only sees room for three smartphone platforms in this market and doesn't envision Blackberry as one of them.
AT&T has no interest in settling with the US Department of Justice.
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.
We're getting details on the latest Android phone from HTC, but this one is different than most - it's designed for women.
If you happen to own a Droid, Thunderbolt, or any other Android phone running on Verizon, your method of getting apps just grew a new wrinkle.
AT&T is putting a new argument on the table to dissuade federal authorities that its T-Mobile purchase won't make it a monopolistic company.
According to the latest Nieslen data, there are nearly 1.5 times as many Android users as iPhone owners in the US.
Sprint has scheduled an unspecified media event for October 7, a date that's eerily close to when the next iPhone is expected to be revealed.
Although Sprint still arguably offers the best value for mobile subscription services, it's about to lose that title for early termination fees.
Samsung's latest Android-powered smartphone models will be available next month, but as expected Verizon will not be carrying it.
Sprint has issued a memo to all employees to keep their lips shut about the potentiality of a Sprint-powered iPhone.
Samsung's powerful next-generation smartphone will be going to AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile, but not Verizon, and that's Verizon's decision.
Verizon is once again ranked as the most reliable mobile carrier in the US.
There's new fuel to the fire of speculation that Apple is working on a 4G version of its inimitable iPhone product line.
After championing its position to not charge overage fees for capped data customers, T-Mobile has made an about-face.
After months of unsuccessful negotiations, Verizon's unionized workers went on strike yesterday after their labor contract expired.
Slated as the "next big thing," mobile payments are hot on the radar for carriers, credit card operators, and even daily deal sites.
So much for the idea of getting to keep your unlimited data plan.