An informal survey of what some students on one college campus think about the iPad.
The public safety community is not happy with the FCC.
Aside from the occasional booth demo at a trade show, I’d really only had one true 4G experience prior to testing out Clear’s 4G USB dongle at CTIA in Las Vegas. Back in January, I tested Sprint’s 4G Overdrive
A look back at last week's CTIA show.
Is wireless no longer a "growth" industry?
We’ve been told to expect it and it’s finally here: Rising data revenue is failing to offset declines in voice. During the fourth quarter, Verizon Wireless, Sprint and Canadian carriers Rogers Communications and Telus all reported declining ARPU despite rises in data sales.
A few observations from the industry’s biggest international trade show.
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