Every month when I get my wireless bill, I look at the number of unused minutes and texts and start ranting. "That's it, I've finally had it," I say. "I'm going prepaid."
Well, it’s final. I’m Googling my life, as well as my iPhone, and I’m not looking back. It’s taken me a while to get to this point. Changing my e mail and mobile number are seemingly monumental tasks. Just think
Looks like Steve Jobs gave his own version of a State of the Union address.
Despite the 24 percent drop in handset sales, Motorola is actually doing pretty well for itself.
Upon closer inspection of the iCall app rolled out today, the company’s claims that its service provides “unrestricted free local and long distance calling over 3G data networks” are far from the truth. While iCall truly is the first
Apple awards iPad 3G connectivity to AT&T.
Google Voice for the iPhone has finally arrived. As it turns out, Google used some of its own Internet homebrew and rolled out the new version of the popular app in a browser based HTML5 version. The move highlights
A decision is made on which Android phone to buy.
AT&T strikes back in price wars.
Sensing opportunity to take market share, Verizon Wireless pounces.
The implications of Google's Nexus One and retail model.
I don’t think CES was really about the gadgets this year but rather all that invisible stuff floating around the show floor, namely wireless connectivity. Pick you flavor – CDMA, GSM, Wi Fi, Bluetooth – if your gadget didn’t have
The latest reports about the Nexus One complicate the Android buying process.
Is Google getting ready to launch its own branded Android phone?