Engadget has photos of what the tech Web site says is a prototype of a new BlackBerry 3G smartphone, called Onyx.
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Seventeen chip makers, consumer electronics companies and one software vendor, Microsoft, have banded together to create a standard for multi-gigabit, short-range wireless networking.
Zenprise is adding a BlackBerry device management option to its flagship MobileManager application.
A flurry of new, much more specific, details are emerging on the Web about the rumored second webOS phone from Palm.
The owner of an obscure US software development company is suing Google and everyone else in the Open Handset Alliance over their use of the word "Android."
Citing "one of our better sources," TechCrunch's Michael Arrington says Palm is preparing a second webOS-based mobile device, which the technology blog has dubbed the "Mini Pre."
Underneath the sleek exterior, the multi-touch display and the sliding keyboard of the upcoming Palm Pre smartphone is the real innovation: a new kind of operating system designed with the mobile Web in mind.
Companies expect to support a growing range of smartphones and mobile employees -- but their mobile infrastructure lacks key elements to do so efficiently and cost-effectively, new research finds.
RFID infrastructure vendor Reva Systems has raised US$5 million in a new round of venture funding.
Firetide is beta-testing its first wireless mesh node that uses the same technology foundation as 802.11n Wi-Fi products.
Apple seems to be laying the groundwork to introduce high-capacity, low-power 802.11n Wi-Fi to the iPod Touch, and presumably to its 3G-enabled companion, the iPhone.
Research In Motion is going strong despite an economy in recession, for the first time surpassing US$10 billion in revenue for the fiscal year just ended.
The open internet advocacy group Free Press last week asked the Federal Communications Commission to decide whether wireless carriers are violating US federal rules by blocking such applications as the low-cost Skype VoIP service.
An equity research firm is predicting that Apple will shortly introduce two new iPhone models, tailored for different geographic markets.
LG Electronics plans to protect its future Long Term Evolution (LTE) 4G chipsets and phones with an embedded security system from Israel-based Discretix.