AT&T's Zero phone charger, coming in May, will only draw power when the phone is plugged into it.
Comcast will bundle online storage capacity from EMC's Mozy division with its broadband service, though Mac support for this feature will not be available until later this year.
Southwest Airlines has ordered equipment for an in-flight Wi-Fi service and will start deploying it on planes in the second quarter.
A consumer complained to the FTC that Apple is falsely advertising that the iPad supports Adobe Flash.
AT&T is disputing a financial analyst's criticism of its wireless capital spending, saying it overlooked some investments.
AT&T would need to spend about $5 billion on its wireless network to catch up with the coverage offered by Verizon, a research firm said Tuesday.
T-Mobile USA has completed its deployment of a faster 3G technology across its national network, reaching more than 200 million U.S. residents with the high-speed data and voice system while getting ready to upgrade some areas to even higher speeds later this year.
The BuildAnApp online service helps novices create mobile applications for several platforms and submits them to the iPhone App Store.
Hewlett-Packard has agreed to buy 3Com for about $2.7 billion.
AT&T's CTO said the carrier is improving coverage using specific calling models for each city, and moving toward IPv6.
ATSC, which oversees TV standards for the U.S., has approved a standard for mobile digital broadcasts.
AT&T's CTO defended the carrier's network performance and detailed its planned rollout of HSPA 7.2.
The board of CTIA voted to support broad adoption of two interfaces for connecting peripherals to mobile phones: Micro-USB and the 3.5mm headphone jack.
FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski outlined a four-part strategy for U.S. wireless communications on Wednesday at CTIA.
Appearances by U.S. FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski at a conference this week should prove interesting as the US government looks into wireless regulation.