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Articles by Ed Hansberry
posted in June 2011
Fighting a losing battle against Long Term Evolution, Sprint pushes WiMax as quick way to provide broadband to branch offices.
The platform has to compare well to Android and iOS on base features, but that alone won't cut it. Is Microsoft creating enough app momentum?
Vendors throw around the term 4G around in the same way that some snack companies abused "low fat." One lawmaker wants the carriers to clearly spell out what 4G means.
Microsoft sent out devices loaded with the next version of Windows Phone and the reviews are starting to appear. But the company needs to do more to ensure the launch is successful.
With Verizon set to roll out tiered mobile data plans, comparisons with other carriers' pricing schemes are in order.
The Finnish phone maker is expected to unveil one of its only Meego-powered phones Tuesday, as it puts all its future eggs in the Microsoft basket.
After dismal quarterly results, can it reverse the perception by many that the BlackBerry is old school and manage to rekindle buzz about the platform and company?
Big data plans just waste money for most people, reports a Vadilas study. Here's how to cut your bill down to the right size.
An unlocked phone offers incredible flexibility on where you use it and what carrier you use it with, but unless you travel internationally, you should probably pass.
1234 is not a strong password, iPhone users: But it's the top choice, new data reveals.
Microsoft is offering a tool and new documentation to help developers move existing Android apps to the WP7 mobile platform.
Some iOS 5 features take their cue from Windows Phone 7, prompting a Microsoft VP to tweet that he was flattered by the imitation.
An era ends as Microsoft says goodnight to the Windows Mobile 6 application Web store and backup service in order to focus on Windows Phone 7.
Apple's mobile operating system does a better job of protecting users than any other platform on a tablet, smartphone, or even a laptop.
To ensure the Windows Mobile Marketplace is populated with a higher percentage of quality apps, the site will restrict the number of apps a developer can submit each day to 20.
Shared minute plans have been around for a while, but data has always been on a per-device basis. That may be changing soon.
The wireless carrier filed a petition to deny the deal with the FCC, arguing that the merger is bad for consumers.
A report says there is significant evidence that cellphone users are at higher risk for a malignant type of brain cancer.