AT&T Wants To Offer Palm Pre
CEO Randall Stephenson says he wants to offer Palm's highly anticipated handset after the exclusive deal with Sprint runs out.
HP Expands Low-Priced Mini-Laptop Family
The consumer-centric Mini 110 is available with Windows XP or Linux, while the business-focused Mini 1101 gives buyers the choice of Windows XP Home, XP Pro, or Vista, each for less than $350.
AT&T Boosts 3G Networks
The carrier will be spending nearly $18 billion to double the speed of its mobile data networks up to 7.2 Mbps.
Good Technology Buys Intercasting
The acquisition will enable Good to offer a smartphone-like experience, with access to social networks, IM, and e-mail, for feature phones.
Mobile Browser Skyfire Hits 1.0
The release version of the mobile browser enables Windows Mobile and Symbian users to have a desktop-like experience while on the go.
Ericsson Lights Up LTE Site
The company deploys the first commercial 4G cell site using Long Term Evolution technology, and the data network is capable of high-speed mobile services.
BlackBerry Curve 8900 Hits AT&T
Some may be disappointed that the handset lacks a 3G connection, but users can get their e-mails and surf the Web via the EDGE network or with the integrated Wi-Fi.
Apple's Tablet: Open Or Closed?
Developers may catch a glimpse of Apple's stance on future software rights and controls next month when Apple discusses its development plans for Snow Leopard.
Capcom Plans Gaming Blitz For iPhone
Support from the maker of Street Fighter and Resident Evil is a strong indicator that Apple's iPhone and iPod Touch platform is a force in the mobile gaming market.
Yahoo Gives iPhone Voice Search
The mobile app enables iPhone users to speak their Yahoo queries, as well as stay connected with e-mail, social networks, and news feeds.
Acer Android Phone Coming This Year
The PC maker is looking to capture up to 5% of the smartphone market in the next five years by offering feature-rich handsets at a low price.
Take Credit Card Payments On Your Phone With Intuit GoPayment
For today's mobile businesses, accepting payment from any location at any time is crucial to maintaining cash flow and increasing business -- cash only doesn't cut it anymore. A new offering from Intuit offers businesses another option for taking payment via mobile phones (and not just smartphones).
Apple Doubles iPhone Market Share
Smartphones continued to gain market share in the first quarter, and Apple and Research In Motion were the big winners, according to data from Gartner.
Microsoft Opens My Phone For All
Similar to Apple's MobileMe, the free wireless data backup service lets Windows Mobile users store contacts, photos, videos, and text messages on a password-protected Web account.