Sprint CEO Dan Hesse said Tuesday that the proposed $39 billion AT&T takeover of T-Mobile USA would "stifle innovation and put too much power in the hands of just two carriers."
T-Mobile maintained its business-as-usual by unveiling several products at CTIA in Orlando, even as AT&T is attempting to merge with its fellow wireless carrier.
IT executives expect their support requirements to increase significantly once workers begin using the iPad 2 on the job, Computerworld reports.
Smartphones and tablets have a bright future in the U.S. military, according to two Pentagon contractors working on mobile apps that troops can use with their iPads, iPhones and Android devices.
Apple disputes a claim by Blaze Software that the Android-based Nexus S smartphone browses the Web 52 percent faster than the iPhone 4.
The first LTE phone at Verizon Wireless, the ThunderBolt by HTC running Android 2.2, will be available Thursday for $250 with a two-year agreement.
The dual-screen Kyocera Echo, an Android smartphone, will sell for $200 with a two-year agreement starting April 17 exclusively from Sprint.
Verizon Wireless started pushing a Motorola Xoom software update that includes support for Flash Player 10.2.
Google's Android smartphones took the top spot in the U.S. for the first time, hitting 31.2 percent in the latest comScore survey of 30,000 subscribers.
The iPhone 4 on AT&T's network downloaded data twice as fast, on average, as the iPhone on Verizon Wireless, according to thousands of recent field tests in five U.S. cities conducted by Metrico Wireless, an independent mobile device performance evaluation company.
Verizon Wireless will join AT&T in adopting data caps soon, the company's CEO says.
AT&T will begin selling the new Kindle 3G e-reader on March 6 for $189 at its retail stores, the first time the carrier has sold a dedicated e-reader device.
Etiquette by users of mobile devices keeps getting worse as use of the technology proliferates, a survey by Ipsos has found.
A panel of executives from RIM and carriers Orange and KT told an MWC audience that use of smartphone-based NFC technology should take off this year.
Apple may have no use for Flash on its mobile devices, but Adobe predicts huge growth in the number of smartphones that will have the Flash Player installed in 2011.