So, your iPhone doesn’t do 3G out of the box? A few weeks ago we told you how to get 3G through JoikuSpot and we recently discovered that this feature works on an iPod Touch as well.
A new software development kit is available for developers to work on Google's mobile "Android" platform.
Microsoft has acquired Danger, a mobile software and services company best known for its work with T-Mobile's Sidekick handsets.
AOL has unveiled its own mobile software package called the AOL Open Mobile Platform, including mobile versions of its online applications.
Barcelona (Spain) – Toshiba will begin shipping its first HSUPA phone in the second quarter of this year: The Portege G810 not only enables users to download data at up to 3.6 Mb/s, but also upload data at up to 2 Mb/s.
Google's mobile operating system Android is being shown for the first time in an industry trade show in Barcelona.
Barcelona (Spain) – Apple will be facing a new iPhone challenger from the Windows camp in the second half of this year. SonyEricsson’s new Xperia X1 copies not only has a similar size as the Apple phone, but also offers solutions for some of the iPhone’s weaknesses: It comes with 3G support and a slide-out QWERTY keyboard.
Nokia and UC Berkeley just finished a new research project that was able to provide real-time "direct from the street" traffic information using nothing but mobile phone GPS signals.
A recently uncovered patent from Research in Motion shows that the company has worked on a "handheld mobile communication device with movable display/cover member."
A German website has caught Nokia accidentally posting the specifications of the N96 phone, which apparently will be less bulky than the current N95, but much more capable.
Excessive cell phone usage could lower male sperm count and quality, according to researchers at the Cleveland Clinic. In a study published in the January 2008 issue of the Fertility and Sterility journal, researchers discovered that sperm counts were inversely proportional to cell phone usage.
Telecomm giant AT&T will be greatly expanding its 3G wireless network this year. The company plans on adding 3G capabilities to 80 additional cities which will bring the total network to 350 markets by the end of the year. 1500 additional cell sites will be added as part of the expansion.