China Mobile is still in talks with Apple about offering the iPhone in China, its CEO said Wednesday
Twitter may raise as much as $100 million soon in a deal that values it at $1 billion, The Wall Street Journal reports.
LG unveiled its first Google Android smartphone, the LG-GW620, on Monday.
HTC announced its fourth Android smartphone on Tuesday, the HTC Tattoo.
China Unicom and Telefonica agreed to jointly invest in each other and work on several initiatives, including network development.
Repeated outages of Google's Gmail online e-mail system could discourage enterprise customers from using it.
A worldwide Gmail outage was caused by a traffic jam on Google servers.
Ebay plans to sell Skype to a group of private investors in a deal to be announced Tuesday, the New York Times reported.
RealNetworks lost a key ruling in a case over its RealDVD software, which lets users copy DVD movies to their computer.
Sony announced two new e-readers, one with a 6-inch touchscreen and another with a 5-inch screen that costs $100 less than Kindle.
HTC said its 2009 revenue will fall short of previous guidance due partly to slower-than-expected sales of Android and Windows Mobile smartphones.
Worldwide mobile phone shipments dropped 11 percent in the second quarter despite continued strong sales of smartphones.
A 25-year-old Chinese employee of eletronics maker Foxconn reportedly committed suicide after losing a 4G iPhone prototype entrusted to him by his company.
Intel says it is on board with Google's Chrome OS project.
Google listed HP and Acer among the companies already developing devices for the Chrome OS.