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.
Nokia has tapped its current CFO, Rick Simonson, to head its mobile phone business and lead strategic sourcing for the entire devices unit.
An ABI Research survey of 1,000 adult mobile phone users in North America shows that about 7 percent would be willing to pay a premium for an environmentally-friendly handset.
SAN DIEGO—The incoming chairman of CTIA says he will work to reach out to the entire CTIA membership to align both big and small carriers.
Microsoft has announced a new line of Windows Mobile phones amid the launch of its app store, Windows Marketplace for Mobile.
Silicon Image and four of the biggest consumer electronics manufacturers in the world have come together to develop a new standard for connecting mobile devices directly to HDTVs.
With the holiday season just around the corner, Amazon.com appears to be clearing out its selection of AT&T phones.
Here's some bad news for the music ringtone market from research firm IBISWorld: Music ringtone sales are declining for the second consecutive year and it looks the market is on its way out.
NEC, Casio Computer and Hitachi will integrate their mobile terminal businesses into one joint venture...
Anticipation has been building around Motorola's Android announcements scheduled for today in San Francisco.
Hampus Jakobsson is vice president of Business Development and co-founder for The Astonishing Tribe (TAT) in Sweden. TAT is one of those mobile software companies that makes everything on handsets just a tad easier to use and a lot more hip... Hampus took time out to talk via e-mail about what exactly it is that make a user interface (UI) successful, and what's next for mobile devices.
Samsung Electronics says it has developed the first LTE modem that complies with the latest 3GPP standards that were released in March.
Verizon Wireless has quietly reduced the BlackBerry Storm to $49.99. The company’s Web site currently offers a $100 online discount off the original 2-year contract price of $149.99.
Reports surfaced on Friday that Japan’s NEC, Hitachi and Casio Computer are in talks to merge their cell phone operations, but the companies were not confirming those reports.
Nokia’s N900 is being released as a phone but it is being called a mobile Internet device (MID) by ABI Research.
Nokia is moving integrate its mobile Internet services and handset segment with the formation a new business unit.
GreatCall, creator of the Jitterbug phone, is now using Verizon Wireless’ network.
Pretty much any cell phone you'd buy today comes with a digital camera, but only a few are good enough to take the place of even a cheap point-and-shoot.
The results of a study on brain cancer and cell phone use are already in dispute even though a final draft of the results has yet to be released.
Sony Corp. plans to offer an e-book reader with the ability to wirelessly download books, injecting more competition in a small but fast-growing market by adopting a key feature of the rival Kindle from Amazon.com.
Three vendors are sampling chips that combine Bluetooth, GPS and FM.
Taiwan's High Tech Computer (HTC) signed a memorandum Monday with China Mobile, the world's largest mobile carrier, to jointly develop smartphones and tap the mainland's rapidly growing telecoms market.