April 21, 2010
Healthcare costs drive down AT&T's earnings, and revenue is flat. At EMC, the data storage firm beats Street expectations.
Updated April 20, 2010
For the first time, the communications giant will break out subscriber figures for non-phone devices like e-readers and GPS units with wireless service. That category is expected to grow explosively.
April 19, 2010
Apple announces quarterly earnings on Tuesday, but buzz centers on another question: Will Apple add Verizon as an iPhone carrier?
Updated April 6, 2010
Global plan calls for upgraded and expanded services with an emphasis on mobility, cloud computing and small businesses. Company also says it will increase download speeds for Internet services in many of its markets across 22 states.
Updated March 30, 2010
Report in Wall Street Journal says Apple is planning to offer iPhones to other carriers, other networks than AT&T
Updated March 24, 2010
The Carolinas have been trial markets since September. The so-called “femtocell” devices developed with Cisco can be purchased at AT&T stores.
March 24, 2010
At CTIA Wireless trade show, Sprint’s CEO unveils a video-equipped phone for its faster 4G network. Meanwhile, network executives call on government to increase availability of wireless spectrum.
Sprint CEO introduces 4G phone.
Updated February 15, 2010
Mobile World Congress 2010: Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, others join forces for application development. Plus: 'MeeGo' unites Intel, Nokia mobile software; Samsung unveils smart phone software.
Updated February 10, 2010
The fourth-generation of wireless technology offers 10 times the speed of current 3G networks.
February 5, 2010
This is the second time in recent months that AT&T has revised its policy on the kind of iPhone programs that can operate over its 3G network. The company recently changed its mind about Internet phone applications (VoIP) after the FCC began looking into Apple's decision to not approve a Google calling program last year.
Updated January 28, 2010
Communications giant reports big surges in growth for wireless customers and iPhone sales. However, criticism of its network is triggering changes.
January 17, 2010
The latest moves in a long-running pricing competition between the nation's wireless carriers is not just leading to lower prices for some customers: It also shows that data use is becoming an increasingly important service for mobile carriers as they look to new sources of revenue from customers dependent on mobile access to e-mail and the Web.