Smartphones and tablets will be about 500 times faster, thanks to new wireless standards
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Apple's Siri may eat into your data plan
BGR: Some users on Apples discussion forums seem to think Verizon's 3G version of the iPad 2 has connection problems.
The Register: Microsoft checking into reports that Windows Phone 7 may be inadvertently transmitting large chunks of data over carrier networks.
Mobile Burn: New Novatel Wireless MiFi portable hotspot device features both 3G and 4G data connectivity.
Carrier promises a fix and says capping wasn't to blame for reports of upload speeds at a fraction of what users expected for the mobile device.
Early arrivals mean some bloggers get to do tests, benchmarks, and in one case, a tear-down. Maybe they'll make a phone call with the thing, too.
Jobs takes the wraps off a phone that still had a few surprises despite multiple leaks on the next-generation iPhone.
In a mirror of previous years' steps, the current iPhone 3GS shifts to "its-days-are-numbered" status.
The iPad is off to a faster start than the iPhone, but users are noticing a strange inconsistency between Wi-Fi and 3G mobile apps.
Turns out some of the problems with the iPhone were related to how it interacted with the AT&T network, according to a report, so engineers have set about fixing the issue.
The nation's largest wireless carrier continues its aggressive push to deploy 4G by pushing up the release date of its next-generation handsets.
It's only good if you are an existing T-Mobile customer, but for some, it could be a cheaper route to one of the hot smartphones of the moment.
It's the latest problem to affect the current crop of high-speed smartphones.
iPhone user resolves problem pairing first-gen model with Bluetooth peripherals after firmware upgrade.