Research In Motion says that users of its PlayBook tablet will be able to run Android and Java applications.
Microsoft on Wednesday rolled out some updates to its Bing for Mobile browser service including real-time public transportation updates for select cities and the inclusion of apps in results when searching on the iPhone.
Verizon on Wednesday said that it filed a lawsuit this week against a group of people and related companies that it alleges duped people into signing up and and getting charged for premium short message services.
Users will have to send their Motorola Xoom tablets away for a week in order to upgrade them to 4G, Verizon Wireless says.
Google CEO Eric Schmidt took to the stage at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona Tuesday to talk up the Android OS for tablets and phones.
Motorola appears to have firmly shut the door on the possibility of using Windows Phone software.
Motorola Mobility said on Monday that it has bought 3LM, a company that develops enterprise security and device management products for Android devices.
Ruckus Wireless has developed a gateway that offers a first step toward a time when smartphone users will automatically roam onto Wi-Fi networks to use data services.
Nokia on Sunday hinted that Microsoft essentially won a bidding war against Google to supply software to the world's largest handset maker and that the software giant agreed to pay "billions" of dollars for the privilege.
T-Mobile offered a few more details on Tuesday about two upcoming devices that will run on its HSPA+ network.
Apple has been hit with another lawsuit accusing it of privacy violations for the way it shares information collected from iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch users with advertisers.
An intellectual property expert has uncovered 43 instances where it appears that Google copied Java code without permission in the most recent versions of the Android operating system.
The Wall Street Journal says that Nokia has canceled the launch of a touchscreen phone that it planned to introduce exclusively with AT&T at the Mobile World Congress Show next month.
The U.S. Department of Justice indicted the president of Taiwanese display maker HannStar, making him the 22nd executive to be charged in an ongoing investigation into price fixing in the LCD industry.
As mobile operators stepping up their efforts to promote their improved data networks, smartphone users could struggle to make sense of it all.