Speaking at the VentureBeat conference in San Francisco this week, Google Ventures partner Rich Miner said he used to tell mobile app makers funded by his company to start out by developing for the iOS platform rather than Google's Android. But that's changing as the Android platform gains more share.
U.S. and Canadian courts have approved the sale of thousands of patents from bankrupt Nortel Networks to a consortium including Apple and Microsoft for about $4.5 billion.
Research In Motion's board of directors has agreed to form an independent committee to study aspects of the company's management structure, including clarifying the roles of its two CEOs.
Research In Motion missed analysts' lowered revenue forecasts for its fiscal first quarter and said its outlook for the second quarter was lower than expected.
On Wednesday, World IPv6 Day will turn the new protocol on at hundreds of companies, agencies and universities for testing. Here are the answers to a few questions about the numbers that make the Internet work.
One administrative law judge of the U.S. International Trade Commission has ruled that Kodak did not infringe Apple patents in its cameras, possibly setting the stage for a dismissal of Apple's complaint.
Verizon still hasn't disclosed the cause of the network outage that plagued LTE users this week, but at least one effect is clear -- embarrassment for the carrier.
Apple has sued Samsung for allegedly copying the iPad, iPod and iPhone with its Galaxy Tab and Galaxy handsets.
As Research In Motion launched its PlayBook on Thursday evening, Cisco Systems was already accepting orders for its Cius enterprise tablet and shipping it to some customers.
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission may regulate cellular signal boosters, which are designed to solve voice and data coverage gaps by picking up signals from carrier base stations and amplifying them in homes or vehicles.
Tablets are the culmination of what Steve Jobs wanted to create at Apple from the beginning, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak said Monday.
The state of New York will investigate AT&T's proposed acquisition of T-Mobile USA for anti-competitive effects.
Twitter Co-Founder Biz Stone thinks his company eventually will have to deal with China despite disagreements over censorship, but it has no plans to do so immediately.
AT&T's proposed acquisition of T-Mobile USA was driven in large part by the quest for radio spectrum, a commodity that rarely crosses the minds of mobile consumers but plays a big role in carriers' decision-making.
AT&T says its planned acquisition of T-Mobile USA will advance U.S. leadership in mobile data and improve consumers' wireless experience.