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With its upcoming Windows Phone release -- codenamed Mango -- Microsoft attempts to show it's not neglecting business users with WP7.
uSamp survey finds that iPhone fanatics are more than willing to switch wireless carriers as Verizon Wireless announces record-breaking pre-order volume.
The Ace, Fit, Gio and Mini are the latest editions to Samsung's growing Galaxy line but they'll initially only be available in Russia and Europe.
Powered by the Android 2.2 mobile operating system, the Galaxy S 4G will be the fastest smartphone operating on T-Mobile's 4G network.
Dell's betting that its latest Android-powered mobile devices will be particularly attractive to younger, social media-addicted consumers.
CEO Steve Ballmer's opening keynote address included accolades for the new Windows Phone 7 OS and related hardware, as well as some new Xbox and Kinect developments.
Venerable telecom firm finalizes long-planned separation, aiming to deliver shareholder value with stand-alone mobile devices, equipment businesses.
Symantec report finds that most enterprise employees become much more casual about the data they share and access via smartphones over the holidays.
GfK Group survey finds that 56 percent of smartphone owners are open to switching to another brand, citing flexibility and access to mobile apps as their chief motivators. See how the mobile operating systems -- iOS 4.2, Android, Windows Phone 7 and BlackBerry 6 -- rate with smartphone shoppers.
A Taiwanese newspaper this week is reporting that Apple will begin production of the iPad 2 in December and bring the updated tablet to consumers by the first quarter of next year.
Expansion brings company's mobile broadband service to Los Angeles, Miami and throughout much of Ohio.
CEO Steve Jobs says updated mobile OS makes its popular iPad tablet a "completely new product" just in time for the holiday shopping season.
Search giant adds new editing capabilities for Android and Apple mobile devices as it continues to expand its buffet of services tailored for wireless devices.