Don't-Miss Mobile Stories
A Sprint spokeswoman called the results "surprising" and defended the carrier's initial LTE launches in a handful of cities over the summer.
It's already October. That means that it's just a few weeks to Halloween, and then a few more to Thanksgiving, and then it's time to start feeling holly and jolly, whoa nelly, let's pause and take a break with another edition of the The Weekly Wrap.
The complimentary storage extension for old MobileMe customers, which was supposed to end in September, has been extended by one year.
Wonder where your smartphone's glass screen comes from? Wonder no longer. Wired writer Bryan Gardiner details the evolution of Corning glass in this profile.
Whether you scored an iPhone 5 on launch day or are eagerly awaiting its arrival from your local postman, you can learn about your new device with Macworld's iPhone 5 Starter Guide -- now available.
Consumer Reports compares Apple and Google's mapping programs (from iOS 6 and Android 4.0, respectively) while in New York City.
Apple has received rare praise from a leading rights advocacy group for incorporating important new privacy enhancing features in its recently released iOS 6 operating system.
Apple late Sunday released a carrier update for the Verizon iPhone 5 that corrects an issue where the phone could erroneously use cellular data while connected to a Wi-Fi network. Customers won't be responsible for unintended cellular data overages incurred because of the now-fixed flaw.
Princeton University's EDGE Lab has released a free iPhone app that enables smartphone users to avoid big wireless bills by better tracking their actual data usage and predicting future usage.
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission needs to be a "cop on the beat" to ensure mobile and broadband competition across the country, the agency's chairman said Tuesday.
iFixit and Chipworks team up to tear down Apple's A6 processor. Chip geeks, read on.
As the latest iPhone went on sale Friday, with T-Mobile USA once again left out of the party, the fourth-place U.S. carrier started turning on a network that is designed to offer high data rates on unlocked iPhones.
A California jury may have awarded Apple more than US$1 billion in damages in late August when it triumphed over Samsung in a hard-fought case over smartphone and tablet patents, but the iPhone maker is coming back for more: late on Friday it asked for additional damages of $707 million.