Yahoo! has released a survey examining the demographics and behavior of the first iPad users on the Yahoo! network.
With Apple's iPad rolling out this past weekend, developers are scrambling to create new applications.
Two out of three new subscribers are picking prepaid service over postpaid, reports Washington, D.C.-based think tank...
91 percent of mobile phone users going online to socialize... The world’s mobile worker population will pass the 1 billion mark this year... How hot is the eBook reader market?... 75% of consumers want to visit a retail store when buying communications-related products and services.
Percentage of drivers 16- to 24-years-old observed visibly manipulating handheld electronic devices while driving: 17...
comScore released a study that shows 30.8 percent of smartphone users accessed social networking sites via their mobile browser in January.
Network infrastructure vendors Huawei and ZTE are taking contracts from their higher-priced competitors.
Alvarion was given the highest ratings in an Infonetics Research survey of WiMAX equipment buyers at 21 global operators.
Accenture put out some interesting stats ahead of the CES show this week. The firm’s research shows consumers in emerging markets are twice as likely as those in developed markets to buy and use consumer technology in the next year
The ongoing debate about whether cell phones use causes brain cancer continues to rage. The Danish Cancer Institute today released what is perhaps the most extensive research to date.
AdMob today released its monthly Mobile Metrics Report, which showed that new devices operating on Research In Motion (RIM) and Android are driving traffic for their respective platforms.
The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) says laptops and notebooks remain tops on Santa's list...
Despite 2009's dire economic straits, mobile providers are actually in a great position these days to capitalize on new, emerging ideas for how to offer and charge for next-generation services.
Mobile Market View reveals a rapid rise in mobile device usage for non-voice communications – text messages, e-mail and Internet access – driven primarily by the proliferation of smartphones.
It looks like Qualcomm may be able to extend its monopolistic hold on CDMA patents to the 4G world.
ABI Research has slashed its previous estimates on femtocell shipments after sales came in much lower than expected.
Handsets with touch screens, Wi-Fi and app stores are not only prolific, they're primary traffic drivers, according to AdMob's September Mobile Metrics Report.
Sixty percent of teenagers admit to reading incoming text messages while driving, according to a study of teen driving habits conducted by Vlingo.
A study released today by CFI Group takes a look at smartphones and the carriers that support them.
CHICAGO—A presenter at the opening of 4G World this morning focused on the need for contextual awareness as a way of enriching the mobile experience.
Nokia’s N900 is being released as a phone but it is being called a mobile Internet device (MID) by ABI Research.
Historically, it has been harder for African-Americans to access the Internet.
Since landing support from carrier rivals AT&T and Verizon Wireless, LTE has tended to be a bit of a buzz hog.
Clearwire announced that Cisco Systems will provide the core infrastructure for Clearwire’s 4G WiMAX network.