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?
Like a lot of folks, I’ve been wondering how companies in the LBS space will react now that Google is offering Google Maps Navigation as a free feature on Android devices. Over the Thanksgiving weekend, I got a little closer.
AT&T’s move for a temporary restraining order on Verizon Wireless’ latest television ads is rather laughable, at least to those of us out here in middle America. The bickering over whose network is the most dependable, the largest, the
Round One goes to … Verizon Wireless. A federal judge in Atlanta denied AT&T’s request to make Verizon Wireless stop running ads that compare the two carriers’ 3G coverage. But the legal skirmish isn’t over.
Observations of Samsung after spending three days on the company's home turf.
From Internet giants like Google and Yahoo! to the major carriers, there's a race to be the trusted host of all those pictures, messages and videos on your cell phone.
Ericsson sends CTO Håkan Eriksson to Silicon Valley.
We’ve been so preoccupied with the upcoming Droid, it’s hard to believe it’s here. Or, almost here. It’s just a week away, due to arrive in stores Nov. 6. Will it live up to the hype? Verizon Wireless has been
Like everyone else on the planet, I believed the hype when Google announced Google Voice.