Sprint Nabs Touch Pro 2
The business-centric smartphone runs Windows Mobile 6.1 and has a large resistive touchscreen and a slide-out five-row QWERTY keyboard.
Review: T-Mobile myTouch 3G
HTC's touchscreen Google Android smartphone brings better hardware and a more refined user experience over the G1.
China Mobile Intros 'Ophones'
The provider hopes smartphones from Dell, HTC, Lenovo, and others will help drive mobile data adoption in the world's biggest mobile market.
Apple Taking iPhone To China
China Unicom will be selling the iPhone in the fourth quarter, but it will lack Wi-Fi in order to comply with government regulations.
Sirius XM Launches iPhone Dock
The XM SkyDock uses the iPhone OS 3 hardware control capabilities to turn a motorist's Apple iPhone or iPod Touch into a satellite radio.
Nokia Dials Up Mobile Payments
Consumers will be able to use their cell phones to send money to other people, pay for products, recharge prepaid SIM cards, and pay utility bills.
Apple's Jobs Focused On Tablet
The tech icon is involved in the smallest details of the Apple tablet PC, aiming to make it the company's next market-redefining product.
Sony Adds 3G Wireless To E-reader
The Sony Reader Daily Edition is taking on Amazon's market-leading Kindle with a built-in wireless connection and support for the open E-Pub standard.
AT&T Expands Wi-Fi Locations
The company's Wi-Fi footprint has grown by 30% this year to more than 125,000 hotspots in the United States, Europe, and China.
Nokia Joins the NetBook Fray
With employees bounding from place to place, small handheld devices have become all the rage. Nokia, the world's leading cell phone supplier, understands that its foes are no longer limited to Apple and Samsung. Consequently, the Finnish supplier has moved into the burgeoning netbook market, one where it faces significant competition.
AT&T Mandates Data Plans For Smartphones
Palm, Windows Mobile, and Symbian smartphone users will have to sign up for the monthly data plan iPhone and BlackBerry users carry, instead of a lower-cost option.
RIM Acquires Torch Mobile
To get the BlackBerry's browser on par with the iPhone and Android, RIM has acquired the maker of the Iris mobile browser for an undisclosed amount.
Rhapsody Music May Come To iPhone
RealNetworks has submitted its music service for approval in the App Store, but it's unclear if Apple will OK the competing service.
Nokia Unveils 5800 'Car' Phone
The 5800 Navigation Edition is made for people who drive: it offers GPS, audible turn-by-turn directions, and real-time traffic alerts.
China Mobile Profits Dip 1.6%
The carrier will be relying on the continued rollout of its 3G network and Android-based devices to help it boost profitability.
AT&T Improves 3G Reception
The enhanced network quality may help the mobile operator reduce its churn rate after it loses exclusivity of Apple's popular iPhone.
MySpace Acquires iLike
In buying the popular social music service, MySpace will gain a connection to users of rival social networks Facebook, Bebo, and Hi5.
Qualcomm Takes Stake In Pantech
The tech company will be acquiring about 15% of the handset maker after agreeing to a debt-to-equity conversion agreement worth about $76 million.
EU Invests In 4G Tech
The Long-Term Evolution networks could provide up to 100 times the mobile connectivity speeds of 3G networks.
Dell Exec: Linux Netbook Returns A "Non-Issue"
Lately, Dell has stuck a fork in some "facts" regarding Linux netbook return rates. Now, the company is considering whether to sell a new type of netbook where Windows won't even be an option.