If Apple is serious about making its FaceTime video-chat feature an open standard, the company has a lot of work ahead of it.
Barnes & Noble is offering in-store users of devices running its e-reader software a tall cup of coffee free of charge.
Apple is expected to announce its fourth-generation iPhone hardware on Monday that will include a forward-facing camera that can be used for video chat.
The iPhone came out on top in terms of customer satisfaction compared with other smartphones, according to a new ChangeWave Research survey of 1,009 consumers who bought phones in the last six months.
Months after admitting to excessive wireless congestion in Manhattan for its iPhone and other wireless customers, AT&T has launched a pilot Wi-Fi hot zone in bustling Times Square.
Google's decision to stop selling its Nexus One Android smartphone online might disappoint some customers hoping to limit the role of wireless carriers in the smartphone buying process.
Apple's iPad had a "tremendous" impact on Wi-Fi networks in airports, cafes and hotels in its first month, according to JiWire's measurements of network activity at 30,000 public hot spots in North America.
Gripe all you want about poor cellular service for the iPhone on AT&T, but the carrier says its wireless networks are improving.
Smartphones such as the iPhone are in "high-growth mode" globally, IDC said Friday, with shipments by manufacturers growing nearly 57 percent in the first quarter of 2010.
Analysts say an HP acquisition of Palm would face significant hurdles in competing with more established products for business and developers.
Articles by Matt Hamblen