Appearances by U.S. FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski at a conference this week should prove interesting as the US government looks into wireless regulation.
IBM's Lotus Domino 8.5.1 will natively support the iPhone with automatic e-mail, contact and calendar synchronization.
AT&T has acquired mobile-application development company Plusmo and plans to use its technology to build applications and widgets for mobile phones.
Akamai is extending its content delivery network to the Apple iPhone as it introduces the Akamai HD Network, a system for streaming high-definition video.
AT&T on Friday accused Google of violating the FCC's net neutrality rules by blocking Google Voice calls to some rural areas.
The launch of MMS for AT&T iPhones is expected to boost traffic, but MMS hasn't been a big hit on other phones.
City Sourced, a startup, will provide mobile applications for reporting on local problems and selling the report data to city governments.
Motorola on Thursday announced its first Android smartphone, which will ship in the fourth quarter with T-Mobile USA under the name Cliq.
A licensing company claims Apple and other vendors are in violation of patents on flash technology.
Nearly half of U.S. consumers are interested in cellular modems, but only at half the price that service providers are charging for service.
Verizon Wireless is offering BlackBerry buyers any phone or data device free if it costs the same or less than the smartphone.
The FCC has written to Apple, AT&T and Google questioning the rejection of Google Voice and related applications from the iPhone App Store.
The head of Google's search group said the search deal between Microsoft and Yahoo looked likely to be negative for competition and consumers.
The Wi-Fi Alliance will not change the basic requirements of its IEEE 802.11n certification process when the standard is finished later this year.
Clearwire next month will finally introduce client software for linking Mac laptops directly to its WiMax service.