Google's mobile OS Android dethroned Research In Motion's BlackBerry platform to lead the market for the first time in a comScore survey.
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The Internet giant moves beyond removal of infected Android apps to fix malware outbreak at the Android Market.
The Korean electronics giant is re-evaluating the price and features of the new Galaxy Tab in the wake of the iPad 2 debut.
iTunes users may be granted unlimited downloads of purchased music to their family of Apple mobile devices, according to reports.
Analyst says Apple missed an opportunity to push out would-be tablet competitors in the enterprise.
We break down why the iPad 2 will help Apple retain its vaunted spot in the tablet market as well as update where the competition stands.
Google moves quickly to remove the offending mobile apps. What should users concerned about smartphone security watch out for?
Jobs presents faster, slimmer iPad 2 and calls 2011 "year of the copycats" as Apple's second tablet debuts before most competitors are out of the gate.
Tablets and e-readers are poised to be big money-makers for wireless data carriers -- if they move to multiple-device data plans, according to one analyst.
A developer says the process for creating apps for the PlayBook are costly and cumbersome -- RIM responds.
Apple is pushing further into the enterprise with a tech support plan called Joint Venture that's aimed at small businesses using iPads and Macs, according to reports.
We outline 25 hot tips for smartphone users running the Windows Phone 7 mobile operating system.
The new BlackBerry edition of RIM's Windows-based messaging and wireless server offers synchronization, security, IT policy management and control features for small businesses. Plus, an update to Twitter for BlackBerry.
Is Motorola's Android 3.0 tablet the first true iPad challenger? Read our consensus review of the Xoom for the details on performance -- how it runs Android apps, conducts video chat and more.
Internet security firm expands scope of service to include smartphones running the Android and BlackBerry mobile OSes.
Microsoft gives more info on bricked Windows Phones, while an enthusiasts' site claims to have a workaround for some crashed devices -- but use at your own risk.
After Microsoft quietly sent out an innocuous-seeming update to its new smartphone operating system earlier this week, some users' phones were bricked.
Invitations to a media event in San Francisco March 2 point to an updated iPad release. Also, Apple shareholders vote on CEO succession plans.
Virginia Democrat offers legislation to authorize the Federal Communications Commission to conduct so-called incentive auctions to reallocate spectrum from TV broadcasters to wireless broadband providers.
An website dedicated to the Android OS published what it says is Dell's secret mobile roadmap.
The Verizon iPhone is better at call performance while AT&T's has faster transfers, and details of a new budget iPhone reportedly in the works.
Motorola's Sanjay Jha suggests that when the Xoom ships with Android 3.0 it will include a digital music offering backed by Google.
Apple surges to the top spot in DisplaySearch rankings of mobile PC shipments in Q4, beating out HP and Acer.
Google rolls out publisher-friendly payment plan for online content, one day after Apple's new -- and controversial -- digital content payment system is trotted out.
Mobile management firm Good Technology and Sprint are partnering up to provide mobile security and messaging tools for Android devices.
A small band of disaffected Nokia shareholders that want to rescind the pact with Microsoft appears to have given up the fight.
Although Apple is simplifying access to content, it is also strictly enforcing revenue sharing terms.
The Android pioneer enters the tablet PC race with 4G Flyer and revamps its Android smartphone line with something for everyone.
Put the white iPhone 4 and iPad 2 rumors on the back burner: today it's all about the iPhone 5's screen size and keyboard -- yes, keyboard.
The companys execs outlined an upcoming major update to Windows Phone 7 aimed at making it more attractive to buyers. Meanwhile, Nokia CEO Stephen Elop said during his keynote that the Microsoft deal will pay it "billions."
The made-to-order PC maker continues its transformation from vendor to IT services company with a portfolio of six mobile management services.
As RIM announces two new PlayBook models -- an LTE and an HSPA+ version --we highlight the key pros and cons of the original PlayBook and consider the rumor of Android compatibility.
The electronics giant unveils the specs for the follow-up to the Samsung Galaxy Tab as the Android tablet sector continues to surge.
Microsoft and Nokia announce a deal that may give the software maker's mobile operating system the boost it needs to remain a contender in the smartphone race.
Apple is reportedly working on a a lower cost model of the iPhone and a few other surprises.
The day before Nokia's new CEO holds a strategy briefing, informed sources say part of the event will likely be the announcement of a deal between the two ailing giants.
The rollout of a CDMA edition of the iPhone is good news for Verizon, Apple and both of their customers. There may even be some bright spots in it for AT&T, which loses its three-and-a-half year iPhone exclusivity today, while Google's Android may take a hit.
Ahead of president's trip to stump for National Wireless Initiative, White House details funding breakdown, promising deficit reduction while delivering mobile broadband to 98 percent of population.
Leaked memo to the troops portends a major restructuring of the ailing Finnish phone titan, possible link up with Windows Phone 7.
We highlight all the key specs -- carriers, price, screen size and display type, connectivity and camera functionality -- of the iPad, the expected iPad 2, Xoom, PlayBook and Galaxy Tab.
Zenprise introduces new mobile management tools that bring automatic provisioning of apps, presentations and video to Android devices.
How do you deliver more 2G/3G/4G connectivity to increasingly demanding mobile users without more invasive cell towers?
Rumors abound about the iPad 2 release date, the launch of iOS 4.3 and the sale date for the white iPhone 4.
A European stock analyst publishes an "open letter" to the heads of Nokia and Microsoft. His message: use Windows Phone 7 on Nokia smartphones and maybe strike gold.
uSamp survey finds that iPhone fanatics are more than willing to switch wireless carriers as Verizon Wireless announces record-breaking pre-order volume.
We outline the tools, apps and services that companies need to use the iPad to show videos -- to customers one-on-one, to larger audiences, and to employees everywhere.
Revamped mobile app store now includes support for in-app payments, an improvement that will be particularly appreciated by gaming app developers.
Google unveils media rich update to the Android operating system designed for tablets as well as key improvements to Android Market.
Mobile cloud computing is a hot new trend that's still in its infancy -- but it's not too early for mobile management get up to speed on the pertinent issues impacting this development.
According to new Cisco study, global mobile traffic grew by 159 percent in 2010 -- what's going on and what does it mean for both fixed and wireless networking?
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