According to Gartner, mobile handset sales grew an impressive 17 percent in the first quarter of 2010 over the first quarter 2010.
Smaato says Symbian users in the United States are nearly three times more likely to click on a mobile ad than on an iPhone...
The update includes free turn-by-turn navigation through Google Maps with Navigation, free Yahoo! e-mail and added support for Microsoft Office 2007.
ComScore says Samsung edged out Motorola by a fraction of a percent to take top place in the U.S. handset market.
Yahoo! has released a survey examining the demographics and behavior of the first iPad users on the Yahoo! network.
Microsoft and Verizon Wireless have announced that the newest Windows phones, the Kin One and Kin Two, will be available for purchase online...
Adobe employees will be encouraged to use Android as the company plans to give away phones around the time of Google's I/O conference.
BlackBerry maker Research In Motion beats Motorola out of a spot as one of the world's top five handset makers for the first quarter of 2010.
Smartphone shipments appear to be picking up steam as the economy mends.
LG Electronics says its handset sales fell almost 20 percent in the first quarter...
NTT DoCoMo announced earnings for its fourth quarter of 2009 that show the Japanese operator more than doubled year-over-year profits.
Following on the heels of a vicious economic environment, iSuppli is predicting another harsh year ahead for contract manufacturers.
Nokia has launched a free music service in China as part of its efforts to protect its dominant global market share.
"It's Time to Share." The event is slated for April 12.
Research In Motion (RIM) and Motorola remain on top in the U.S. mobile phone market. Based on data between November and February...
Prepaid carrier MetroPCS will launch Samsung's slick new 4G handset in the second half of this year.
Best Buy said handset sales remained strong in its fourth quarter, with a "low double-digit increase" in phone sales in its U.S. stores.
Sprint has deployed a device buyback program that gives customers an instant account credit for trading in eligible handsets...
AT&T announced several new messaging services designed to bring smartphone-like experiences to a wider range of lower-cost devices.
Sprint Nextel says its handset vendors must comply with its new environmental design specifications...
Sony Ericsson broke U.K. advertising rules when it depicted a Satio handset with a pre-installed Facebook app...
Motorola is once again considering a break-up of its handset and set-top divisions.
The Reading, U.K., company is supplying T-Mobile USA with technology to power a storefront for customers using the Nokia 7510.
It sounds an awful lot like attendees at this year's Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, which kicks off Feb. 15, will get a good look at Samsung's new bada operating system.