Motorola's co-CEO Sanjay Jha said he sees opportunity for his company when the iPhone becomes available from additional operators.
HP's CEO is stepping down after the company investigated a sexual harassment complaint against him.
Google confirmed that it bought Slide for an undisclosed sum.
Google will continue to sell its Nexus One phones, to developers.
Microsoft's CEO told analysts that the company is aggressively pursuing slates, although he gave few details.
The CTIA filed a lawsuit to block San Francisco's new cell phone ordinance.
AOL launched a redesigned mobile portal and an app for Android.
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Nokia is searching for a new CEO.
Google added a new feature to its redesigned News page following complaints from users.
A judge significantly reduced the amount a jury awarded to the record industry in a lawsuit against a file sharer.
A more complete fix is necessary for the iPhone iOS 4 Exchange synch problem, an expert said.
Congressman Dennis Kucinich plans to introduce a bill that would require warning labels on cell phones.
Google on Wednesday rolled out changes to its News page that give users more ways to customize the kinds of headlines they see and easier ways to share stories on social networks.
AdMob released what may be its last monthly report about smartphone users.
In a blog post, Google discusses the recent remote removal of two applications from Android phones.