If you think you're excited for HTC to launch its new "M7" flagship phone later this year, watch this video of CEO Peter Chou wildly leading his employees in a celebratory chant of the phone's name at the HTC Year End Party. Now that's excited. Further video of Chou taking a picture with the M7 is linked below.
Sprint CEO Dan Hesse reiterates his opinion that consolidation will be necessary to create a wireless carrier that can compete with the likes of AT&T Mobility and Verizon Wireless. Hesse told CNN Money in and interview that he's been saying for a long time...
A quick look at leaked video of how RIM's new BlackBerry Z10 stacks up to the iPhone 5. Granted, we won't know for sure whether this is a real unit until RIM unveils its new products at the end of the month but this does look legit.
Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam addresses an audience at the 2013 International Consumer Electronics Show. McAdam talked on a range of topics, including his company's tie up with the National Football League, as well as advancements in the connected car, among other topics.
Take a close look at how Sprint made its latest big-budget commercial, which actually posits that phones have an active dream life. While actually dream when we're skeptical on the nocturnal lives of smarpthones, it's an interesting process Sprint went through to suggest that to prospective customers.
Verizon takes time out with a Google+ Hangout to feature an unboxing of the Droid DNA. With a customer support representative online to help with any questions, this video offers everything you need to know about this top-of-the-line Android smartphone.
AT&T crews respond the in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. In its initial report on the effects of the storm, the FCC report 25 percent of cell towers were down across 10 states. Take a behind-the-scenes look at how a carrier maintains and repairs its network in an exceptional situation.
This video shown by Thorsten Heins during the BlackBerry World 2012 keynote general session shares a first look at some of the features of the BlackBerry 10 platform.
AT&T's multi-beam wireless technology delivers five times more data capacity, and can be used at large sporting events and concerts.