Mobile executives at a Silicon Valley roundtable discussion challenged Symbian, Android and other software platforms to match the impact of the iPhone.
Google may use a user-driven rating system to help keep bad or harmful Android applications off mobile phones.
iPhone 3G activation woes were easing late in the day in the U.S.
The San Francisco area BART subway system is in talks with a startup for a systemwide public Wi-Fi network.
Mobile Web surfers in the U.S. spend more time on classifed-ad site Craigslist than on any other Web site.
EarthLink said it will shut down its Philadelphia Wi-Fi network on June 12 and then dismantle it.
SugarCRM is bridging the distance between mobile phones and PCs with a new version of its Web-based customer relationship management software now available for beta testing.
A prototyping template for iPhone applications was introduced Tuesday at Software 2008.
Sony is paying $260 million for the company whose software identifies digital music files and whose customers include iTunes.
The U.S. FCC heard a variety of views on network neutrality at a public hearing at Stanford University.
Comcast and Pando Networks have kicked off a drive to create a "P2P Bill of Rights and Responsibilities."
Samsung and other vendors are demonstrating a pending mobile TV broadcasting standard that had been forecast for completion last year.
The head of Adobe's Platform Division, which oversees Flash Player, PDF (Portable Document Format) and other technologies, has left to join a Silicon Valley private equity firm.
Two-and-a-half years after eBay bought Skype, the online auction giant has moved away from trying to create new, merged capabilities through the acquisition and is letting Skype be what it is.
Microblogging site Twitter had its busiest day ever Tuesday and needs more than 30 servers to help its thousands of users keep each other posted about their lives, founder Blaine Cook said Wednesday.