Verizon Wireless posted a whopping 2.2 million net customer additions, including acquisitions, in the fourth quarter to end the year with 91.2 million customers...
Apple got a good start out of the gates in 2010. The company announced its earnings yesterday for the first quarter of 2010.
LG Electronics Inc. booked a net profit in the fourth quarter of 2009 following a record loss the year before amid an increase in sales and better performance at affiliate LG Display Co.
Texas Instruments said Monday its fourth-quarter profit soared as factories that use its chips for a wide range of consumer gadgets and industrial products hummed straight through the typically slow December holidays.
Swedish infrastructure giant Ericsson says it will cut an additional 1,500 jobs as it struggles to compensate for an ongoing slump in sales.
Mobile e-mail and messaging solutions provider Seven reports today that it achieved a full year of profitability in 2009.
Sony Ericsson continued to post losses in its fourth quarter on plummeting sales of its handsets.
Shares in Dutch navigation device maker TomTom NV fell sharply Thursday after Nokia Corp. said it will offer free navigation services for users of its smartphones.
IBM posted slightly improved fourth-quarter results on an uptick in new service contracts, but sales to the communications industry fell slightly.
Global spending on mobile apps is expected to hit $6.2 billion in 2010, while ad sales will hit just $600 million, according to a forecast by Gartner.
Intel exceeded everyone's expectations yesterday when it reported a whopping $2.3 billion profit for its fourth quarter...
The $102.5 million buyout of Spinvox by speech-recognition company Nuance will leave shareholders virtually empty handed...
Big box electronics retailer Best Buy said smartphones and netbooks helped boost its December sales 13 percent, to $8.5 billion.
Samsung Electronics predicted Thursday an operating profit of up to $3.44 billion for the fourth quarter of 2009 as the world's top TV seller roars back after racking up its first ever loss a year earlier.
Unlike most wireless infrastructure vendors, Huawei says it is thriving. In unaudited financial results, Huawei claimed its sales hit $21.5 billion in 2009.
Lenovo says it is buying back its handset division for $200 million just one year after selling the unit to private equity group Legend Holdings.
Expectations are high for Cyber Monday, but the big questions are how much of that cyber shopping will be done either with mobile phones or for mobile phones?
Last year around this time, the country was awaiting a new administration and doling out bailouts. Economically, most bets were off.
Speech recognition company Nuance Communications seems to be weathering the economic storm.
In a document filed yesterday with the SEC, Clearwire reported it was able to raise just over $2 billion in funding from its investors.
As the government prepares to disburse $7.2 billion in broadband stimulus funds, reports differ as to how much impact the money will have.
Sony Ericsson will move its North American headquarters from North Carolina to Atlanta and close a half-dozen sites worldwide...
Sprint Nextel has paid off a $1 billion loan under its $4.5 billion revolving credit facility.
Satellite phone company Iridium Communications on Thursday posted a profit of $15 million for its latest quarter, down 11 percent from a year ago.