How cool is it that the President of the United States talks about firefighters downloading stuff to handhelds, students taking classes with a digital textbooks or patients having face to face video chats with doctors? President Barack Obama's address Tuesday
Growth in the wireless industry is slowing - but only under a narrow definition.
Nokia's decision to cancel smartphone launches with T-Mobile and AT&T could be a wise one.
There's new evidence in the AT&T iPad security breach case.
Everyone wants to know what's ailing Steve Jobs, but the CEO deserves his privacy.
Is it too simplistic to think Verizon is cleaning the clocks of every other carrier?
Motorola's Atrix sets the stage for true device convergence.
As the first week of the New Year comes to an end, it's time to assess that annual shindig known as CES.
The mobile television news at CES shows the industry's major players are moving in the right direction, but they still have a long way to go.
As long as we're making predictions, why not think big?
Ericsson's presence in Silicon Valley makes a lot of sense. But it's a long way from the Arctic Circle.
If you haven't heard, the value of a minute of voice time on AT&T's network just tanked, at least for iPhone users, with last week's release of Viber, a new free VoIP app just released on the iTunes App Store.
It's looking like FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski has enough support to pass his net neutrality rules.
The mind works in mysterious ways, and data seems to be on mine a lot these days.