Insurance company Safeware is now offering insurance for the iPhone.
Comcast and Time Warner are teaming up on an initiative to make more video programming available online, free of charge, for subscribers to pay TV services.
Yahoo is adding two features to its SearchMonkey development platform to help site owners enrich the results their pages generate on Yahoo Search.
The U.S. switch from analog to digital television broadcasts on Friday caused no "widespread" disruptions of over-the-air service, the Federal Communications Commission said.
AT&T needs more wireless data pricing plans, including per-session and per-day pricing, according to the head of the carrier's new-devices business.
Amazon now lets customers ship drives full of data and pay to have them loaded on the S3 cloud storage system.
iPass introduced an iPhone client and plans someday to offer a platform for third-party applications.
CTIA, the main industry association for U.S. mobile operators, has put its weight behind an initiative calling for a universal cell-phone charger.
Alaska Airlines will deploy in-flight Wi-Fi systems on more planes and test prices after what it called a successful trial run.
Mobile operators are pondering VoIP's dangers and opportunities as they move toward all-IP networks.
IDG News Service's Stephen Lawson was using his iPhone constantly. So he decided to give it a rest.
If RIM opens its App World this week as rumored, it will face challenges matching the popularity of Apple's App Store.
Amazon.com will let copyright holders opt out of having their books read aloud on the company's Kindle 2 book reader.
Alaska Airlines has begun a trial of in-flight Wi-Fi.
A proposed U.S. law would require ISPs and possibly Wi-Fi router owners to store information about every user on their networks for two years.