Angry Birds Space isn’t the only iPhone/iPad game in town!
Stories by Brad Reed
The big cable companies know that if they want to stay relevant in the wireless market, they can't do it on their own.
If the numbers at StatCounter are accurate then the world has a new Web browser champion: Google Chrome.
If you're a Verizon customer upset that your next smartphone contract won't include unlimited data, Sprint would like to remind you that you have an alternative.
Comcast is trying out more flexible ways to implement its bandwidth caps by experimenting with tiered service options.
Google has unwrapped the first of its long-promised semantic search capabilities, dubbed Knowledge Graph.
Samsung has become the clear leader in sales of Android smartphones as Gartner today reported that it accounted for 40% of worldwide Android sales in the first quarter of 2012.
After a brief dip in late 2011, the Apple iPad has firmly reasserted its position as the dominant player in the tablet market.
If you've ever wanted to build a mobile app for your small business but have been intimidated by the cost of hiring developers, Appsbar has a proposition for you.
It seems that your boss doesn't want you to launch digital birds at evil green pigs during office hours.
The latest American Customer Satisfaction Index has found, not surprisingly, that people really like their iPhones.
If you're looking for a last-minute gift for Mother's Day, don't bother sending her a Facebook invite - chances are, she's probably already on it.
NEW ORLEANS - No one will ever say that America's wireless carriers are too proud to beg.
NEW ORLEANS - CTIA is normally a show where you hear about the dazzling future that the wireless industry will bring about. Sprint CEO Dan Hesse, however, thinks carriers might be getting a bit ahead of themselves.
NEW ORLEANS -- Verizon may be heavily promoting LTE for data, but that doesn't mean it's going to start pushing it for voice services anytime soon.