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.
January 5, 2010
Sprint and Skiff tout the device as the thinnest to date at just over a quarter of an inch thick. The reader's entire page will be a touch screen, unlike Amazon’s Kindle, which uses physical buttons for navigation, or Barnes & Noble’s Nook, which has a small built-in touch screen separate from the book page.
The Skiff reader
October 26, 2009
N.C. will be a battleground for emerging mobile broadband services. Time Warner and AT&T also are targeting Tar Heel state markets.
Updated September 22, 2009
The proposals uphold a pledge Barack Obama made during the presidential campaign to support Internet neutrality and would bar companies like Verizon, Comcast or AT&T from slowing or blocking certain services or content flowing through their vast networks.
Updated September 3, 2009
Sales of smart phones are growing while the general phone market has contracted, and Android is getting some momentum as the leading open source software choice. It's free to use for manufacturers.