Sprint Nextel pushed falling Android smartphone prices even lower on Wednesday, introducing the LG Optimus S for $49.99.
Motorola introduced the Droid Pro, an Android smartphone aimed at the BlackBerry market, on Tuesday in San Francisco.
U.S. pay-in-advance carrier Cricket will sell the Ascend smartphone from Huawei, based on Android 2.1, for $149.
Qualcomm has suspended sales of devices for its mobile TV service, FLO TV, as it considers options for its national network.
Sprint has begun offering a 3G EV-DO femtocell and Verizon plans to follow in the coming months.
AT&T and Verizon are making the most of their new data connections on non-phone devices and machine-to-machine systems.
AT&T is patching software in its network to fix a bug that kept iPhone 4 users from getting the full upstream speed on their handsets.
AT&T subscribers are piling on to the carrier's public Wi-Fi hotspots, racking up more than 68 million connections in the second quarter, AT&T says.
Google said it has received its last shipment of Nexus One smartphones for sale on its website.
Facebook now has 150 million mobile users and plans to migrate all features found on PCs to phone platforms.
Google's AdMob business could not deliver ads on iAd if Apple enforced its rules, the AdMob chief said.
The ideal mobile ecosystem is still one that's partly closed, such as the iPhone App Store, AT&T CTO John Donovan said Monday.
Android is gaining on all the top smartphone platforms in the U.S., nearly beating Microsoft, according to comScore.
AT&T and lawyers representing class-action plaintiffs have reached a proposed settlement of lawsuits over billing by AT&T Wireless before 2004.
HP finished its acquisition of Palm and confirmed it will use the company's WebOS in future tablets and netbooks.