Verizon said it will launch LTE networks in 38 cities by the end of this year.
Google is asking a court to dismiss all patent and copyright infringement allegations made by Oracle over the use of Java in Android.
T-Mobile plans to introduce a new version of the MyTouch, which will run on its HSPA+ network.
Microsoft filed a lawsuit against Motorola regarding its Android phones.
Microsoft's new Windows Phone 7 operating system won't allow tethering, the company said Friday.
Mozilla Labs is showing off a cutting-edge concept mobile phone developed by a designer in his free time.
Microsoft is launching a new program that rewards people for using Bing.
Research in Motion may introduce a tablet computer next week, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal.
Google is facing an antitrust review in Texas.
The FCC said it won't adopt a proposal that would auction spectrum and require the winner to offer free services.
Google bought its fifth company this month, acquiring game developer SocialDeck.
Continuing its push into social-networking capabilities, Google confirmed it acquired Angstro.
Microsoft's Bing is now powering Yahoo search results in the U.S. and Canada.
An Apple patent describes technology that would record audio and take pictures of iPhone thieves.
In a new report, the FCC criticized the use of "up to" speeds in advertising for broadband services since most people only get half that rate.