The latest iPhone lawsuit involves Klausney Technologies, a largely unknown tech firm that claims it owns a patent used in the device's visual voicemail.
Nokia today announced the introduction of "Comes with Music," a new service that allows users to download an unlimited amount of music for free for 12 months.
OQO today added a new model to it product lineup, now offering HSDPA mobile broadband in addition to the already available EV-DO option. But don’t get too excited just yet: The new “world broadband” device will not be sold in the U.S.
World of Warcraft (WoW) players are now able to purchase an off-the-shelf performance notebook from Dell that comes packed with a boatload of goodies relating to the game.
AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson revealed today that a new version of the iPhone will come out next year and will be based on the advanced mobile 3G standard.
French mobile service provider Orange this week announced it would sell unlocked versions of the iPhone for around $1,100, beating the price set by its German counterpart.
An exploding mobile phone may have killed a South Korean man working at a quarry south of Seoul.
Round Rock (TX) – Just in time for the Christmas season, Dell is offering a its previously introduced XPS M1330 notebook in a 15” shell, closing the gap between its 13” and 17” mobile performance systems.
LG today launched its "Shine" cell phone, offered exclusively with service from AT&T.
T-Mobile announced today that it will begin offering the iPhone without a two-year service agreement in Germany, but the price will jump by nearly $1000 for customers who choose that option.
Nokia has begun shipping its N810 Internet tablet device, which the company announced a little over a month ago. The device carries a suggested retail price of $479 and acts as a portable entertainment companion as well as a communication device as long as there is a Wi-Fi hotspot or a Bluetooth-enabled cellphone in range. The N810 does not integrate a cellphone.
AT&T will soon begin offering Samsung’s SLM phone, a new device that is sure to raise some eyebrows with Apple and iPhone buyers.
Microsoft is set for its latest acquisition, a mobile music provider called Musiwave.