Continuing efforts to bring more services into its online properties, Yahoo is now letting customers update their Facebook status from within Yahoo Mail.
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that a new model of the iPhone and one for Verizon are coming, potentially this year.
Nokia is still talking about trying to tackle the U.S. market, and hopes that its new Symbian phones will help.
T-Mobile said that additional markets including New Jersey and suburban Washington, D.C. are covered by HSPA+.
AT&T described the U.S. mobile leadership position, saying the nation needs to work hard to maintain its lead in the space.
AT&T is offering a new tool to enable secure mobile access to enterprise Web apps.
Motorola introduced the first Android phone to run on iDEN push-to-talk networks.
Palm released disappointing third-quarter results and said that inventories are piling up for operators.
RealNetworks has settled the long-running suit over its RealDVD product.
Google described the challenges involved with search rankings, the day after the European Commission announced an investigation into the company.
Wal-Mart said it acquired Vudu, following rumors about the acquisition.
Microsoft said that it would provide search results for Facebook around the world but that it would stop selling display ads for the site.
A Google job advertisement indicates that the search giant is planning to build a telephone customer support operation for Nexus One users.
FCC documents show an HTC phone that could be the Nexus One phone designed for AT&T's network.
The U.S. International Trade Commission said it will investigate Apple based on a complaint filed by Nokia.