A recent report from IDC projects that shipments of Windows Phone will displace Apple iOS to become the second most popular smartphone by 2016. Android will retain the top spot.
Even if the next iPhone has a mobile wallet app and a Near Field Communication chip inside, don't expect contactless payments to suddenly explode in the U.S...
Market research firm Gartner says adoption of Android tablets and smartphones in large businesses has been "severely limited" because of the complexities of managing the various Android models and versions.
Verizon Wireless will add 28 more cities to its nationwide LTE network on Thursday, bringing the total to 258 markets.
AT&T has added St. Louis, Mo., to its growing 4G LTE network, bringing the carrier's nationwide total to 32 cities.
The new Apple iPad, which sports a higher-resolution screen, a 1080p HD camera and LTE network capability, will likely entice millions of buyers—but it could bog down corporate networks and give IT managers headaches.
Mobile payment technologies may be slow to spread, at least in the U.S., as polls show Americans are suspicious of NFC technology for security reasons, analysts say.
In conjunction with this week's Mobile World Congress, Samsung began displaying outdoor billboards in Barcelona of a 10.1-in. Galaxy Note, featuring the digital pen seen in the smaller 5.3-in. version.
With the growth of smartphones and their use in U.S. presidential campaigns, could there come a day when Americans might vote wirelessly?
Google said it has temporarily disabled the provisioning of its prepaid Google Wallet cards used in some NFC-ready phones.
Pass the buffalo wings and the iPad.
Holiday sales of new tablets and e-readers have catapulted ebook borrowing at many of the nation's libraries, raising the question of how libraries can keep up with the demand.
Ford's first all-electric passenger vehicle, the Focus Electric, will feature a smartphone app that can help drivers keep track of when the car is being charged remotely.
AT&T dropped its $39 billion bid to buy T-Mobile USA in December, but the company demonstrated that it is still running on all cylinders at the AT&T Developer Summit.
A market-research firm projects that Amazon's Kindle Fire will become the clear second-place tablet behind the iPad this quarter.