What if your phone could call out to you, letting you know it was about to be left behind?
The latest reports about the Nexus One complicate the Android buying process.
A Google company blog post over the weekend raised questions as to whether a new phone being tested by Google employees is just a way for employees to improve upon the Android operating system or is an actual prototype that will be released in 2010.
The Samsung Reclaim didn't exactly get the kind of hype associated with the June launch of the Palm Pre...
Samsung yesterday told Reuters that it will exceed its goal of selling 200 million cell phones 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.
The growth of cell phones with global-positioning technology is making life uncertain for the makers of personal navigational devices that help drivers figure out where they are and where to go.
Ariana Leonard's high school students shuffled in their seats, eagerly awaiting a cue from their Spanish teacher that the assignment would begin.
Android is beginning to feel its first growing pains in the form of fragmentation. But the platform is not alone and neither is it struggling for OEMs wanting to get on board.
By the end of 2009, the world’s mobile handset accessories market will have chalked up a value of nearly $55 billion . . . Operating Systems: Who aurvives? . . . Third quarter review.
Motorola and Research In Motion (RIM) have been added to a list of companies being sued by Klausner Technologies over visual voicemail patents.
The back and forth between Apple and Palm concerning the Palm Pre's ability to sync with iTunes finally may have come to end.
Mobile television provider FLO TV's first independent device hit store shelves today.
According to a report released today from Strategy Analytics, Apple has emerged from the third quarter as the world's most profitable handset vendor.
Google's Android platform is stealing (or sharing) some thunder from the iPhone of late, but Microsoft's Windows Mobile isn't going away.
While Verizon Wireless is busy preparing for the Motorola Droid release later this week, Sprint is getting into the holiday action with a bevy of devices.
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
The economy hasn't completely shaken the recession, but signs are abloom pretty much everywhere that things are indeed getting better.
Novatel Wireless, supplier of the MiFi hot spot device, reported a net income of $6.2 million in the third quarter compared with a loss of $1 million in the year-ago quarter.
Cell phone and services online retailer Wirefly came out with its picks for the Top 10 Most Anticipated Cell Phone Launches, and the Android phone category garners five of the 10 spots. Here’s the list. 1. Motorola Droid – Verizon Wireless
Long-struggling Motorola made a profit, its second-quarterly move into the black after months of losses and falling market share.
Nokia says it has developed its first device based on China's domestic 3G wireless standard, TD-SCDMA, and plans to launch more phones for that standard in the "near future."
The suspense over Verizon Wireless' release date of the Droid phone is building, with Droid devotees getting a teaser on a Web site referring to a date as early as next week.
Jitterbug has some new competition today in the form of Consumer Cellular, which is offering two new phones by Doro and service targeting active seniors.