Nokia and RIM, two of the pioneers in wireless communications, are now scrambling to adjust to newcomers such as Apple and Google
Cisco announced improvements to its video product line Thursday to make it easier for businesses to capture and share video, including a free iPhone and iPad app that should arrive next month.
Research firm Gartner says the iPad will command nearly 75 percent of the global tablet market in 2011, with Apple's dominance expected to continue through 2014.
Google officially launched its Google Wallet application late Monday for NFC-ready Sprint Nexus S 4G phone users.
HTC is considering buying WebOS from Hewlett Packard or another mobile operating system, according to a report based on comments made by HTC Chairwoman Cher Wang.
The nation's largest wireless carriers are preparing for Hurricane Irene as it moves up the East Coast.
With Steve Jobs stepping down as CEO, Computerworld looks at how his departure could impact Apple's position in the smartphone and tablet market.
Apple became the top smartphone maker globally for the first time in the second quarter, according to market researcher IDC.
Research from Nielsen finds that mobile games are growing more popular and more addictive for smartphone users, especially iPhone users who play games twice as many hours as the average user.
A Pew Research Institute survey finds that more American are using e-readers than tablets.
American Express and Foursquare have launched a mobile payment plan that offers users discounts at selected national retailers.
Glasses-free 3D smartphones are about to invade the U.S., with Sprint selling the HTC Evo 3D on Friday and AT&T confirming that the LG Thrill 4G will go on sale later this summer.
J.K. Rowling Thursday announced the creation of a new website where users can buy electronic versions of her Harry Potter books, and can network with each other and the author.
RIM has cut its sales target for PlayBook tablets in the second quarter to one-third of the original estimate, according to Taiwan-based suppliers.
Verizon Wireless announced 19 more cities that will get its faster LTE wireless network service starting Thursday, bringing the total to 74 metropolitan areas.